merlinpa1969

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any idea why fantastico wont do anything,
If you go to fantastico in whm and hit any link it just hangs,

Our current configuration

WHM 11.20.0 cPanel 11.22.3-C23899
REDHAT Enterprise 4 i686 on standard - WHM X v3.1.0
 

SageBrian

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Might want to bring this up at the Netenberg forums to see if they can assist. Just checked here and its working fine for me on my end. Might have been server issues on their end for a short while or something.
They know of the issue. It has to do with cPanel turning off Register_Globals in the backend --- supposedly without letting 3rd party devs know.

There is a quick temp fix posted on their forums.

HOW TO: Temporarily Fix Issues with Fantastico and REGISTER_GLOBALS
 
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carluk

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Oh dear, Fantastico still requires register globals. :eek:
 

freedog96150

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Nothing wrong with using register_globals as long as the code is written correctly....
...and I might add that it is all back-end webs, NOT the general public web space.
 

Fernis

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Has Fantastico corrected this issue with their script yet so we don't have to change the backend php settings to allow register_globals?
 

freedog96150

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This from the Netenberg forums:


http://www.netenberg.com/forum/index.php?topic=6583.0

Fantastico De Luxe 2.10.4 r16 (LATEST and STABLE releases)

Updates:
- Drupal: 6.1 -> 6.2
- phpBB: 3.0.0 -> 3.0.1
- WordPress: 2.5 -> 2.5.1

Fixes:
- Fixed: "register_globals" Bug (http://www.netenberg.com/forum/index.php?topic=6569.0)
Fantastico will add to or create /scripts/postupcp if it doesn't exist. We are adding code which will re-enable register_globals only on the backend copy of PHP that is used solely for cPanel and WHM. An upcoming release of Fantastico will remove this code and turn off register_globals.

Subscribe to our mailing list to always stay up-to-date about new releases: https://netenberg.com/newsletter/?p=subscribe&id=2
I have auto updates on for Fantastico, so when the final fix comes out, I know that it will be installed and register_globals will be returned to its new off state. As long as my installation works, I am not too concerned about when the final fix releases.