User login


Unsupported operand types in messaging module (fatal error on admin page)

On going to any edit a content type page

Fatal error: Unsupported operand types in /var/www/vhosts/ on line 982

Which is the second-to-last line of this function of the messaging.module:

Cannot use string offset as an array problem caused by not using curly brace brackets around variable

Why this weirdness?

cannot use string offset as array
Fatal error: Cannot use string offset as an array in /sites/jonassoftware/www/sites/all/modules/field_placement/field_placement.module on line 706

.htaccess workaround for local development, files not in web root

Another reason for setting up your local dev environment with "domain names" on localhost.

(I think this was the error)
Not Found

The requested URL /index.php was not found on this server.

(anyhow, this is the solution)

(did not work-- home page did though?)

(Not the problem)

Error caused by misplaced parenthesis in drupal_set_message() function with error option.

An error with installing the databases (not visible here, the problematic database failed silently. The duplicate key error below has to do with a database not being deleted on uninstall.)

Temporary Local Problem 451 and Rejected E-mail

Update: Apparently all caused by the server name listed as sending, that domain name not resolving.

That domain name is sort of represented as in the dumps below.

Getting identical messages, in one e-mail, regarding two totally separate servers...


This is the mail system at host

Number 2 and nothing else on some pages at some links in Drupal

Page contains only a numeric representation of 'two'

Menus missing, user login page not found

content won't display on the administer page, except for the number "2"

The Number 2

This is very embarrassing. I took all these notes and then never recorded the answer, which I know I found.

Salesforce uncaught exception: always more to hate about the dark side of the force

Fatal error: Uncaught SoapFault exception: [soapenv:Client] The reference to entity "ie" must end with the ';' delimiter.

With XAMPP, permission denied for MySQL user with % (all) host access but works for localhost

For reasons not known to man nor beast, on XAMPP on Mac OS X (and not XAMP but another all in one WAMP stack, but not that name either) will not work with the wildcard availability host name (%). It will work (or anyhow may work for you, it worked for Agaric!) with the @localhost for host name.


Getting out of the local permissions / server login catch 22

The first step to getting out of the local permissions / server login catch-22 is to know you're in it.

Perhaps you found this page searching for "Permission denied on publickey even though I can log into the server with a public key it doesn't make any sense grrr argh how dare it deny me i created it why won't it work permissions are correct this isn't right" or something like that.

Your problem is that when you run the command without sudo, you don't have the proper permissions locally, and your computer doesn't even try to connect to the server:

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