On Wed, 2005-10-05 at 12:41 +1000, Shayne O'Connor wrote:
> Jon Phillips wrote:
> > On Mon, 2005-10-03 at 07:51 +1000, Shayne O'Connor wrote:
> >>Brett Gaylor wrote:
> >>>Hi all. I've been attempting to start a site using CC Host called Open
> >>>Source Cinema. I want to create a documentary on the free culture
> >>>movement, and share the footage I've shot online, and offer it up for
> >>>remix. I've gone through several versions of the beta, and the biggest
> >>>problem for me that keeps coming up is using http to submit footage.
> >>>large movie files just seem to crap CChost out, and I've gotten too
> >>>many weird error messages with this to list them all. Lately, its been
> >>>just nuking the site and I have to re- install. I've been using the pre
> >>>1.0 releases, because I can't seem to get the 1.0 to install on my
> >>>machine. When I submit a file, it just sends me to a blank screen.
> >>>nada. Now, I'm thinking this could be because I haven't been able to
> >>>up the memory limit in PHP like the install wants. I currently have
> >>>this set to 12, and CChost is asking for 25, but when I set this to 25,
> >>>I get network timeout errors untill I set my .htaccess to what I had it
> >>how are you trying to change the php settings? i had about the same
> >>(12Mb), but managed to change it by creating a php.ini file in the
> >>ccHost top-level folder containing the suggested parameters.
> >>if you need, i can send you my php.ini file for reference.
> > Yes, please attach it! Or, if you feel it is a bug, then please file it
> > as a bug for ccHost and attach your php.ini and lets look into it
> > proper.
> here it is ... i was having problems with larger file uploads until i
> used this ... i'm using the latest release of ccHost, however ...
Thanks for this Shayne.
Ideally, ccHost needs some other type of upload system for larger files.
This is on my todo list and *really* should be added to the ccHost list