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TAV1702    908

I am kind of curious as well. As stated I am a phpBB person by nature and have been on a dev team of a very major phpBB project since 2004, but really, I hate dual logins. I would rather sign up once and have ll my info right then and there for the pilots. Life would be much easier. I just need to figure out how to set permissions in SMF. I tried a couple times and quickly ditched it.

I can run my server anything from php 5.3 all the way up to php7. I would rather it not fall below 5.4 if at all possible just because. My phpVMS version is Dave's 5.5.2 I believe.

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Cor    20

Hiya,

I think that the dffrence is that I did not do the upgrade. Why, I do not need the problems when everything is working fine

for me :)

Regards,

Cor

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TAV1702    908

I was going to give this a try tonight but looked at my hosting package and I only have 23 mb left of space. time to upgrade I think.

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Adel    0

Hello all, I can't get it to work, giving me this error

( Deprecated: Non-static method SMFRegisterData::forum_register() should not be called statically, assuming $this from incompatible context in /storage/ssd3/480/2773480/public_html/core/modules/SMFRegister/SMFRegister.php on line 24).

Please help

 

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servetas    2300

Open your core/common/SMFRegisterData.class.php file and where "public function" replace with "public static function".

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Adel    0
4 hours ago, servetas said:

Open your core/common/SMFRegisterData.class.php file and where "public function" replace with "public static function".

Problem solved, Thank you very much

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