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thekids

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Error: this file was unspecified - 2012/03/27 07:42 Dear all,

Need your help.

I am use Remository 3.40 and Joomla! 1.0.15 Stable , when i upload file from backend or front end show this error : Error: this file was unspecified , and i have try install remocheck,

this the result of remocheck :

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The results of the file upload are:

Error message: 1
Real file name: Prakom Ahli Muda.pdf
File size (bytes): 0
Temporary file path:
Is it an uploaded file?:

PHP file_uploads: 1
PHP upload_tmp_dir: /home/mmfekon/tmp
PHP upload_max_filesize: 100Mb
PHP post_max_size: 10M


Points to watch out for are:

There should be no error message (typically, zero will be displayed)
The real file name should correspond with the name of the file you sent
The file size should be the correct size for the file you sent
Temporary file path should look like a genuine specification for a file on the host system. Its precise character will vary across different systems. It should be a valid path including the name of the temporary file. If it is not overriden by the PHP config (see below) the temporary path will be the system temporary directory with file name added. The file name is generated by the system.
If PHP is permitting file uploads, the file_uploads setting will be non zero.
There may be no temporary upload directory specified in the PHP config. In this case, the system temporary directory will be used. For a Unix style system, this defaults to /tmp but can be configured to be anything. If the file path is specified, you would expect it to form part of the temporary file path shown above, followed by the temporary name. A temporary upload directory specified to PHP will override the system temporary directory.
PHP will have a setting for the maximum permitted uploaded file size.
PHP also has a setting for the maximmum POST size, and the file upload is a POST so the setting must be at least a little larger than the maximum permitted upload size, or it will be a constraint on uploads.


Note that the PHP settings cannot be overriden by a program like Remository. If they are too restrictive, you need to talk to your hosting provider, or consider altering your PHP configuration if it is under your own control.



After that what is the sollution to fix this error, and i can upload file normally,

best regards
rahmat

Post edited by: thekids, at: 2012/03/27 07:43
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admin

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Re:Error: this file was unspecified - 2012/04/10 10:13 What do you mean by "upgrade a file normally"?

You should upgrade to Remository 3.47.
Martin Brampton aka Counterpoint
http://aliro.org
http://black-sheep-research.com
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thekids

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Re:Error: this file was unspecified - 2012/05/22 07:39 how to upgrade Remository 3.40 into Remository 3.47

regard
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abguedes

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Re:Error: this file was unspecified - 2014/07/28 18:25 I am using Remository 3.55 and php.ini configuration


file_uploads = On
upload_tmp_dir = / tmp
upload_max_filesize = 5M
allow_url_fopen = On
default_socket_timeout = 60



Error message: Unknown upload error
Real file name:
File size (bytes): 0
Temporary file path: /tmp/php2XMrDN
Is it an uploaded file?: SIM

PHP file_uploads: SIM
PHP upload_tmp_dir: /tmp
PHP upload_max_filesize: 5M
PHP post_max_size: 5M

Points to watch out for are:
There should be no error message (typically, zero will be displayed)
The real file name should correspond with the name of the file you sent
The file size should be the correct size for the file you sent
Temporary file path should look like a genuine specification for a file on the host system. Its precise character will vary across different systems. It should be a valid path including the name of the temporary file. If it is not overriden by the PHP config (see below) the temporary path will be the system temporary directory with file name added. The file name is generated by the system.
If PHP is permitting file uploads, the file_uploads setting will be non zero.
There may be no temporary upload directory specified in the PHP config. In this case, the system temporary directory will be used. For a Unix style system, this defaults to /tmp but can be configured to be anything. If the file path is specified, you would expect it to form part of the temporary file path shown above, followed by the temporary name. A temporary upload directory specified to PHP will override the system temporary directory.
PHP will have a setting for the maximum permitted uploaded file size.
PHP also has a setting for the maximmum POST size, and the file upload is a POST so the setting must be at least a little larger than the maximum permitted upload size, or it will be a constraint on uploads.

Note that the PHP settings cannot be overriden by a program like Remository. If they are too restrictive, you need to talk to your hosting provider, or consider altering your PHP configuration if it is under your own control.
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admin

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Re:Error: this file was unspecified - 2014/07/29 20:22 There looks to be a problem with the upload mechanism provided by Apache/PHP. Martin Brampton aka Counterpoint
http://aliro.org
http://black-sheep-research.com
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