Stream Errors: Warning: main(/index.php): failed to open str

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Stream Errors: Warning: main(/index.php): failed to open str

Postby hr-ethadmin » Wed Oct 02, 2013 11:43 am

Stream Errors

Warning: failed to open stream…

Warning: main(/index.php): failed to open stream: No such file or directory in…

This is usually because either the specified file is missing, or a file declared in a require() or include() function is missing. The easiest way to fix this is by re-installing the PHP program from a freshly-uploaded copy, or restoring the original config.php and just changing the db information. The include path may also be incorrect, but either way your script is looking for a file that isn’t there, or it is looking in the wrong place.

Warning: fopen(…): failed to open stream: Permission denied in…

This is a permissions and/or ownership issue. Try first setting the permissions to 777 just to see if the script will run. If so, you should narrow down the permissions to 775. If not, set the user/group to user:nobody.

Warning: <…> is not a valid stream resource…

Warning: fread(): supplied argument is not a valid stream resource in…

This is an error seen when trying to use functions like fopen(), fread(), feof(), etc. and are usually caused by an invalid or unavailable resource that is being called in the line specified. For instance, if the fread() function is returning this error, it could be that the file it is trying to access does not have the correct permissions or does not exist.

Warning: Failed opening….

Warning: Failed opening ‘…’ for inclusion (include_path=’.:/usr/local/lib/php’) in Unknown on line 0

Make the sure that the file mentioned (and its holding directorie) has read + execute permissions, and that the path to the file is correct. If not, you’ll need to add the path into the PHP code: (or .htaccess)

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