Changes between Version 34 and Version 35 of FAQ


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    11= Frequently asked questions =
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    23== General ==
    34=== What are the minimal !FireStats requirements? ===
     
    2223If I change my mind, GPL is one of the preferred licenses for FireStats.[[BR]]
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    24 === When I try to configure the database, I get the error '''Cannot write configuration file (read only file or directory)''' ===
    25 FireStats database configuration tab need write access to the file fs-config.php under the php directory.[[BR]]
    26 Please make sure that the apache user have write access to that file at when you are configuring the file.[[BR]]
     25=== Cannot write configuration file (read only file or directory) ===
     26FireStats need write access to the file '''php/fs-config.php''' when you are configuring the database.[[BR]]
     27Please make sure that the apache user have write access to that file[[BR]]
    2728a quick fix for the those with low unix-fu:[[BR]]
    2829 * '''cd firestats/php'''    (Change to the php directory)
     
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    3435=== FireStats does not work and I get a blank page or my browser tries to download some weird file ===
    35 This is most likely caused by your PHP process running out of memory, by default PHP gets around 8MB of ram, which should be enough for !FireStats, but if you run it from within another environment like a Wordpress blog with a lot of plugins, it may not suffice.[[BR]]
    36 You can find instructions on how to increase the PHP memory limit [http://codex.gallery2.org/index.php/Gallery1:FAQ#Why_do_I_get_the_error_Allowed_memory_size_of_Xxx_bytes_exhausted.3F here].
     36This is most probably caused by a PHP memory issue.[[BR]]
     37More information is available [wiki:PHPMemory here].
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    3839=== How can I prevent unauthorized access to my standalone FireStats installation? ===
     
    4041
    4142== WordPress specific ==
    42 
    4343=== I installed and activated FireStats in WordPress, but it does not track the visits to my blog! ===
    4444Make sure you have a call to wp_head() in your theme header.php file. look in the default theme for an example of how it should be.