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Pn avec ATOS et Web Affaires
 
Laetitiava
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Total Posts:  1
Joined:  2010-07-12
 

Bonjour,

J’ai installé ATOS/SIP via magento connect.

J’ai transféré les fichiers fournis par ma banque dans le dossier lib/atos + response et request en binary.

Je suis sur un serveur linux en 2.6. Le serveur est en 32 bits.
Glibc : 2.3.6
Safe_mode est à OFF en local et en master.
Register_globals c’est à ON en local et en master.

Le dossier est 777 sauf les request et response en 755.

Le chemin absolu fait 48 caractères.
Le pathfile.XXX s’est bien généré au bon endroit.

Magento check :
Congratulations! Your server meets the requirements for Magento.

You have PHP 5.2.0 (or greater)
Safe Mode is off
You have MySQL 4.1.20 (or greater)
You have the curl extension
You have the dom extension
You have the gd extension
You have the hash extension
You have the iconv extension
You have the mcrypt extension
You have the pcre extension
You have the pdo extension
You have the pdo_mysql extension
You have the simplexml extension

Je rencontre toujours le message d’erreur suivant :
a:5:{i:0;s:708:"Impossible to launch binary file - Path to binary file seem to be not correct (/homez.xxx/identifiantftp/www/magento/lib/atos/request)

Quelqu’un peut-il m’aider ?

Cordialement,

Laetitia.

 
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bloggento
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Total Posts:  850
Joined:  2009-09-23
 

Bonjour,
Essaye de transférer les fichier sur le serveur en mode binaire ( voir option dans fezilla)

 
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