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Thanks for all your help! :-) History Link existing bug Create bug report Link to a FAQ Create a new FAQ To post a message you must log in. Nathan (nbutler-o) said on 2014-08-21: #8 @Alex - sorry for late reply. its on the advanced menu. Thank you cslaugthter XiboServer_Vista_espacio_discos_2016_04_03.png1024x768 126 KB cslaughter 2016-04-03 17:56:32 UTC #7 I am not sure what the problem would be then. have a peek here

Ask a question Edit question Subscribers Subscribe Subscribe someone else • Take the tour • Read the guide © 2004-2016 CanonicalLtd. • Terms of use • Contact Launchpad Support • I've attached the following picture just to show what exactly it is that I am looking at and the highlighted stuff are the exact files I have been looking in. My Xibo server instance is 1.6.2, running on WAMP currently. It is good to know that it will play on a screen just a bit annoying that I can't confirm it from my test screen. https://community.xibo.org.uk/t/cant-upload-videos/401

if it helps anyone the settings are in request filtering and then edit feature setting Dan Garner (dangarner) said on 2014-07-19: #9 Added to the FAQ - thank you. DuckmanAU 2015-06-10 03:14:58 UTC #2 I had exactly the same issue - there is a setting in IIS that you need to change to allow the larger files to be loaded, I do not understand what they mean these errors, but occur frequently.In Addition this error does not always occur, if not (when I have more urgency jaja) during the daytime. Peter 2015-09-15 11:46:42 UTC #4 When you are at log in screen of your CMS, a bit under it, there should be Version number, or when you are logged in there

New replies are no longer allowed. Ask a question Edit question Subscribers Subscribe Subscribe someone else • Take the tour • Read the guide © 2004-2016 CanonicalLtd. • Terms of use • Contact Launchpad Support • rrorge (salambassi) said on 2014-07-17: #2 hey Dan, I'm probably being really thick but I cant see where I can upload the report fault. the upload popup stay always on "loading" and in the xibo-llib file is not present.

About the /tmp and Xibo Library folder and subdirectory permissions are set to 777. The Value is 128M on the Post_Max_size The server is a Linux Server with Apache. Thank you in advance, Thanasis Athanasios Politis (a-politis) said on 2014-08-03: #6 Also now, If I try to upload a 63Mb file I get a message: "Error True" Does anyone know https://community.xibo.org.uk/t/upload-video-600mb/4432 In Any case, I'd recommend upgrade to 1.7.7, then make sure you have fully qualified path to the CMS library in CMS settings - 'Library location' section - https://community.xibo.org.uk/t/xibo-cms-post-installation-setup-guide/522/3 If the

The same message will apply with multiple images and with video uploads. I can successfully upload a 600KB video, but I can't upload a 200MB video. AlphaQ 2015-09-21 07:52:18 UTC #6 alex: ideo should however play OK on your Pla Hi Guys,Sorry for the late reply. The usual green progress bar for the file upload doesn't appear at all, just goes straight to the error.

History Link existing bug Create bug report Link to a FAQ Create a new FAQ To post a message you must log in. https://community.xibo.org.uk/t/xibo-server-i-cant-upload-videos-error-true/5544 If not could you please try to upgrade it to 1.7.7? It says the video has loaded up but doesnt physically show anything.HELP!! alex 2015-09-21 08:08:53 UTC #7 If you can persuade Chrome or Firefox etc to play back WMV videos then it will!

Alex Alex Harrington (alexharrington) said on 2010-05-07: #2 Also make sure you adjusted your PHP max post size variables too - just editing max upload size is not sufficient: https://answers.launchpad.net/xibo/+faq/510 Alex http://homeshareware.com/cannot-upload/cannot-upload-pictures-to-email.html For clarification, I have ensured that the following values are still set, as they were before I upgraded from 1.4: file_uploads = On upload_max_filesize = 750M memory_limit = 1000M post_max_size = Also are you using IIS by any chance? Alex Alex Harrington (alexharrington) said on 2010-05-07: #7 Your post maximum size in PHP is set to 8MB: [post_max_size] => 8M As I said before, simply ammending the maximum upload size

Thanks all for the help and suggestions. rrorge (salambassi) said on 2014-07-17: #7 Hi Dan checked my PHP.ini file upload_max_filesize and post_max_size are both set to 128MB so I don't think that is the problem thanks rrorge (salambassi) Are you 100% sure that the layout is valid?Could youa) Show us a screenshot from your layout designer with this layout openb) Export your layoutc) Schedule this layout on your device Check This Out Then open your form and select a file for upload.

The preview will just show a black region where the video should be. I get an error that says "Error Forbidden". For most browsers, that limits you to MP4 or WebM.

Peter 2015-12-11 16:24:14 UTC #6 Well you might be looking in a wrong directory, yes.

The attached picture shows what I see when I try to upload an image. mheiszler 2015-12-11 18:57:00 UTC #8 Here is all the core php settings which are from the form detailed in Microsoft's article here: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh994592.aspx. Would there be any more settings or anything that I have missed? As for report fault page process, you'dclick the 'enable debugging' recreate the issue - ie try to upload a new filecollect and save data - it will generate and download troubleshooting.txt

XiboServer_Error_Ture_2016_03_29.png1920x1080 225 KB What happen?, where will I find the log file? Or you can email

And if not can you follow the instructions on that page and see if we get any additional Xibo Logging which might help diagnose the problem? Failing that filesystem permissions would be my next suspect. Alternatively, would there be any way to see what the actual error text is by changing the page code (so instead of showing "true", it would say something like "File too flash and other files are ok, i see them loaded in the xibo-lib is there an answer about it Thanks Roberto.

Thanks, Nathan Alex Harrington (alexharrington) said on 2014-08-19: #4 Both seem low to me, and I think should have s on the end (ie 300s). cesarluisg 2016-03-30 13:35:17 UTC #4 Hi cslaughter, not depend of the filename, I can upload files whit the same types of characters and work fine. No, now only one user have a cuote, but is not the user that have the problem, but could... When I try to upload the file, I get the the error "net:ERR_CONNECTION_ABORTED" Nathan (nbutler-o) said on 2014-08-25: #9 Hi all.

If it's still not working then take a look in the log (set the time back say 300 seconds) and see if there's anything logged at the point you upload the https://www.dropbox.com/s/n6scjxnfvv6ckqj/upload%20errors.png Thank you, Thanasis Alex Harrington (alexharrington) said on 2014-08-03: #11 The only thing it can be is the server setup. I went looking after reading your message and I think I found the correct location and everything but I only see a setting to change max upload size via "upload_max_filesize = What is in your php error log?

You can click on it to skip to the next media item if there's something that follows it. https://www.dropbox.com/s/g4n2fb9jic6ovwo/error%20true.png Alex Harrington (alexharrington) said on 2014-08-03: #7 Post max size has no units, so that will limit you to 128 bytes upload. http://signage.f1computers.gr/phpinfo.php Thanasis Alex Harrington (alexharrington) said on 2014-08-03: #9 Check something like apparmor or selinux aren't preventing the file upload, and that your webserver user has permission to write to /tmp

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