Installing Blue Twilight Setup Files
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Warning: file_get_contents(): https:// wrapper is disabled in the server configuration by allow_url_fopen=0 in /public/install.php on line 140
Warning: file_get_contents(https://composer.github.io/installer.sig): failed to open stream: no suitable wrapper could be found in /public/install.php on line 140
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Unable to set allow_url_fopen on shared hosting
Thanks for reporting this. Do you have shell/CLI access on your host?
The only way around this I can see is to ship a copy of the Composer installer with Blue Twilight - which is directly against the Composer project’s recommendations, however I can’t see another alternative.
No, my host is quite restrictive and i don’t have ssh access.
Would using curl instead of file_get_contents() be a solution?
Yep, that may work. Let me have a look tomorrow, I’ll get you a replacement install.php file to try out.
Actually, just reading around - it seems Composer requires allow_url_fopen turned on due to its own use of file_get_contents.
I’ve zipped up the dependencies (which Composer installs) at the below URL. Download and unzip this on your own machine, then upload into the root folder of your Blue Twilight install - so you have:
I’ve noticed you’re accessing your system using “http://your-url/public/” - ideally your web hosting root (sometimes called www-root) should be pointed to the public folder, so you just access “http://your-url/”.
However if you cannot do this, you’ll need to amend your public/.htaccess file to have RewriteBase /public/ instead of RewriteBase /
Then you should be able to access “http://your-url/public/” and it will run the BT installer (hopefully!)
root is pointed to public folder
After adding the folder i get 404 on
If your www-root is pointed to the public folder (within Blue Twilight’s install directory), you don’t need /public in the URL. Blue Twilight is a Laravel 5 application, which are designed to be at the root of a domain or subdomain (e.g. http://photos.mydomain or just http://mydomain -> which would be rooted at, e.g. /file/system/path/blue-twilight/public.)
Based on your URL, it looks like your www-root isn’t pointing to Blue Twilight’s public folder.
To get your current URL working, you will need to modify your public/.htaccess to have a RewriteBase of /photo/public/ - i.e.
Yes, i had the subdomain pointing wrong, changed it to correct location.
System Requirements page is displayed with a warning
and when i click Continue i get
Whoops, looks like something went wrong.
I enabled debug and this is the actual error:
(1/1) FatalErrorException Call to undefined method Illuminate\Session\Store::set()
in InstallController.php (line 58)
What version of Blue Twilight are you using?
LE: i just tried with Version 2.0.2 and got the same result.
So it worked after i edited InstallController.php and changed two instances of set() to put().
(found some details here: https://laracasts.com/discuss/channels/laravel/a-session-error-after-updating-to-laravel-54 )
It installed successfully and it’s working now.
Brilliant thanks - I must have missed this in the Laravel 5.3 -> 5.4 upgrade.
I’ll raise a separate issue for it and close this one.
Migrated from https://github.com/andysh-uk/blue-twilight/issues/48
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