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resizer gives an error

Thread began 2/18/2011 10:38 am by WhiteJC | Last modified 2/18/2011 4:49 pm by Jason Byrnes | 1216 views | 4 replies |

WhiteJC

resizer gives an error

I've had resizer working, suddenly it gives this error...

Fatal error: Call to undefined function: scandir() in D:\Domains\mccarthy-design.com\wwwroot\beaverswood\webassist\caching\CachedResize_Image.php on line 262

any ideas?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

What version of PHP is your host running? It needs to be PHP 5 or greater.

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WhiteJC

Originally Said By: Jason Byrnes
  What version of PHP is your host running? It needs to be PHP 5 or greater.  



as far as I can see its PHP 5

it was working yesterday

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WhiteJC

I've changed the image resize 'type' from "proportioned to box" to "crop from centre" and it now works?

changing it back to "proportioned to box" makes the page fail

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

the scandir function is defined by php 5:
function.scandir.php


create a new blank php file and add the following code to it:
<?php phpinfo(); ?>

this will tell you about your php installation if it is not php 5, you will need to have the host update your php version.

if it running php 5 and you are getting this message, you should contact the host to determine why the scandir function has been disabled.

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