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Old 11-21-2011, 01:30 AM
Carlos Sura
 
Default I'm getting this error when I log into PHPMYADMIN (/htdocs/phpmyadmin/libraries/Error.class.php on line 179)

Hello mates,
I'm having this problem: I'm trying to access to phpmyadmin: http://localhost/phpmyadmin and the ONLY thing I can see is the following error:
Notice: Array to string conversion in /var/www/localhost/htdocs/phpmyadmin/libraries/Error.class.php on line 179

I don't know why is this happening, since I've just updated PHP, but also, I'm using both version of PHP 5.3.9 and 5.4.0

Any help?
I tried re-emerging (does not work)I tried:*/usr/sbin/webapp-config -C -h localhost -u root -d /phpmyadmin phpmyadmin 3.4.7 (does not work)

I'm using Gentoo ~AMD64 here is my information file:*http://tinypaste.com/78c37811

Regards--
Carlos Sura.-
www.carlossura.com
 
Old 11-21-2011, 01:53 AM
Michael Mol
 
Default I'm getting this error when I log into PHPMYADMIN (/htdocs/phpmyadmin/libraries/Error.class.php on line 179)

Check php.net for docs around error handling, specifically where to send errors (you want it going to a log file, not the web browser), and what severity of error to stop the script at; normally, "NOTICE" and "WARNING" grade errors still leave most apps functioning...but that's tunable in php.ini.



It's also very likely that there's something else wrong, but I don't have any good first guesses.


ZZ

On Nov 20, 2011 9:32 PM, "Carlos Sura" <carlos.sura1@googlemail.com> wrote:
Hello mates,
I'm having this problem: I'm trying to access to phpmyadmin: http://localhost/phpmyadmin and the ONLY thing I can see is the following error:

Notice: Array to string conversion in /var/www/localhost/htdocs/phpmyadmin/libraries/Error.class.php on line 179

I don't know why is this happening, since I've just updated PHP, but also, I'm using both version of PHP 5.3.9 and 5.4.0


Any help?
I tried re-emerging (does not work)I tried:*/usr/sbin/webapp-config -C -h localhost -u root -d /phpmyadmin phpmyadmin 3.4.7 (does not work)


I'm using Gentoo ~AMD64 here is my information file:*http://tinypaste.com/78c37811

Regards
--
Carlos Sura.-
www.carlossura.com
 
Old 11-21-2011, 05:49 AM
Mick
 
Default I'm getting this error when I log into PHPMYADMIN (/htdocs/phpmyadmin/libraries/Error.class.php on line 179)

On Monday 21 Nov 2011 02:53:20 Michael Mol wrote:
> Check php.net for docs around error handling, specifically where to send
> errors (you want it going to a log file, not the web browser), and what
> severity of error to stop the script at; normally, "NOTICE" and "WARNING"
> grade errors still leave most apps functioning...but that's tunable in
> php.ini.
>
> It's also very likely that there's something else wrong, but I don't have
> any good first guesses.
>
> ZZ

Also go to line 179 (referred to in the error you get) and look for any
obvious missing files, links, etc. that may be causing this.

--
Regards,
Mick
 
Old 11-21-2011, 10:28 PM
Carlos Sura
 
Default I'm getting this error when I log into PHPMYADMIN (/htdocs/phpmyadmin/libraries/Error.class.php on line 179)

On 21 November 2011 00:49, Mick <michaelkintzios@gmail.com> wrote:

On Monday 21 Nov 2011 02:53:20 Michael Mol wrote:

> Check php.net for docs around error handling, specifically where to send

> errors (you want it going to a log file, not the web browser), and what

> severity of error to stop the script at; normally, "NOTICE" and "WARNING"

> grade errors still leave most apps functioning...but that's tunable in

> php.ini.

>

> It's also very likely that there's something else wrong, but I don't have

> any good first guesses.

>

> ZZ



Also go to line 179 (referred to in the error you get) and look for any

obvious missing files, links, etc. that may be causing this.



--

Regards,

Mick


Hello,
Thank you for your answers!
Well, what I did: I just downgrade PHP to:*5.3.9_rc1 and re-emerged PHP with PHPMYADMIN.

And everything seems to be working fine.. (at least for now)
Maybe later I will try to upgrade again to see what's wrong.
Regards--

Carlos Sura.-www.carlossura.com
 

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