[Owncloud] Problem after upgrade to 4.5.3
mark.ziegler at rakekniven.de
Sat Dec 1 06:45:56 UTC 2012
if you read github issue in detail you come to https://github.com/owncloud/core/pull/635
This should be included in further releases.
Am 30.11.2012 um 23:12 schrieb Colin <owncloud at lanternhosting.co.uk>:
> So ob_end_clean() is basically cleaning up the headers that need to be passed to sabredav.
> What are the implications of commenting that out though, is there a reason it is there?
> All the best,
> On 30/11/2012 19:40, Mark Ziegler wrote:
>> Hi Colin,
>> had the same issue.
>> Please see forum thread incl. solution:
>> Am 30.11.12 20:29, schrieb Colin:
>>> Hi folks,
>>> I've been watching things for a while seeing all the improvements which have been great.
>>> I have a cPanel server that uses a third party application installer called Installatron and one of the apps they bundle is ownCloud. They updated to 4.5.3 and the update has installed on the server in question.
>>> Unfortunately the Windows sync client no longer works. It connects fine but when the sync runs it displays the red error "CSync failed to reach the host. Either the host or proxy settings are not valid".
>>> This was with client 1.1.2 and persists after upgrading the client to 1.1.3. This happens on existing folders and also new folders if I create them - even with nothing in.
>>> My Apache logs look fine:
>>> 22.214.171.124 - - [30/Nov/2012:19:21:27 +0000] "PROPFIND /cloud/remote.php/webdav/FOLDER HTTP/1.1" 200 517 "-" "csyncoC/0.60.3 neon/0.29.6"
>>> If I attempt to access the webdav URL directly (after logging in) I get:
>>> *Notice*: ob_end_clean() [ref.outcontrol <https://www.lanternhosting.co.uk/cloud/remote.php/webdav/ref.outcontrol>]: failed to delete buffer. No buffer to delete in*/path/to/owncloud/apps/files/appinfo/remote.php*on line*29*
>>> Sabre_DAV_Exception_NotAuthenticatedNo basic authentication headers were found1.6.4
>>> I found a post from earlier in the year about FastCGI which is enabled in Apache but there doesn't seem to be much resolution. The relevant .htaccess lines are there and mod_rewrite is supported. It was fine with 4.5.2..
>>> Any suggestions?
>>> All the best,
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