This problem occurs after I select which files to upload. Additionally...not sure if this is related, but if I want to put up images separately on a page (the customer wants to do this) Extra code gets thrown in between the Am I missing mime types or what? I have no idea whats is wrong. his comment is here
This is how I keep the Flash version free and the HTML5 version low cost. It turns out that there seems to be a problem when users use Firefox and SWFUpload to upload images to secure site. What to do? My files are actually uploading, but I get this error at the end of the upload: Processing...HTTP Error: status code 500. http://www.uploadify.com/forums/discussion/556/another-one-on-io-error-2038/p1
Last post 1 2 > >> Wed, 09/28/2011 - 17:12 #1 biblop Joined: 28/09/2011 Posts: 2 Error #2038 when uploading Hi,With Firefox 6.0.2 and Chrome 14.0.835.186, on windows 7 64bits, I've Please report back either way. The specific Adobe reference is http://bugs.adobe.com/jira/browse/FP-201. I had the overall system proxy settings set to use a proxy, and Firefox configured to NOT use a proxy.
I'm trying to use this with the Image module to give our content creators the ability to upload multiple images in one shot. I'm having the same problem on my Mac, although I can upload to Facebook, and wetpaint (another wiki site) just fine. The Flash runtime goes kablooey and then I can't upload anything, but then I restart my browser, upgrade Flash or reboot and it works again :-/ Stupid flash. --- Problems? It seems that the secure connection throws it for a loop.
Apache is able to process them but they are rejected by lighttpd which uses more strict parsing. this is what i have experienced: operating on windows xp sp3, installed apache 2.2, php 5.2, mysql 5.1 on local machine; installed drupal 6.17 and a couple of modules: cck, views, To fix S3 Flash os X uploads, check out http://docs.amazonwebservices.com/AmazonS3/2006-03-01/HTTPPOSTFlash.html. over here I don't remember the exact details, but it has to do with the way Flash interacts with Firefox to handle the uploads.
I've tested this in Firefox 3.0.4 on both a Mac and PC, and I get the same error each time. Password Register FAQ Search » WordPress Themes » Atahualpa 3 Wordpress theme » Plugins & Atahualpa » [SOLVED] IO error message when uploading from computer Contribution SystemHelp DonateContribution ListContribution StatsContribution AwardsDonation tellyworth Staff Apr 7, 2008, 12:27 PM Thank you. Am tempted to remove the .NET built in usermanagement stuff as it is bloated and convoluted for my needs.Oh I also added HttpContext.Current.Request.UserAgent == "Shockwave Flash" to the CheckAuthentication().
Top Tue, 10/04/2011 - 10:54 #7 j.swiderski Joined: 10/05/2011 Posts: 175 Re: Error #2038 when uploading @biblop - what about one of links I have provided above? We can only suspect that this has something to do with your server/application configuration. Google will be your friend here. Log in or register to post comments Comment #8 sabalaskey CreditAttribution: sabalaskey commented February 3, 2009 at 10:58pm Thanks, that worked!
I had incorrect directory specified. I definitely see a small fill-in box with a button beside it when I hit the Add Media button, but that instantly turns into the "Choose image to upload" button, which To this moment I can't reproduce, but I am still searching .EDIT:@florinn Please send me your phpinfo() results. http://auctusdev.com/io-error/io-error-upload.html I didn't see the link.
Turns out to be a slightly different issue and a nicer solution.Basically as it is a Flash upload it creates it's own environment of cookies, and all browsers except IE (annoyingly) tellyworth Staff Apr 7, 2008, 12:35 PM Are there any spaces or unusual characters in the filename? raincoaster Member Apr 7, 2008, 12:37 PM I don't suppose you have any info for people who can't even get that far?
Wrong settings on the server or mistake in the CKfinder code? Have you tried any of those solutions?I have only asked to switch of flash plugin to check if this is the source of the problem. Where as the non-flash useragent gets full session filters.Flash in my case, was incapable of recognizing my session data causing #2038 errors. himbeertoni Member Apr 7, 2008, 10:39 AM yes.
Top Sun, 10/16/2011 - 18:38 #20 colinwiseman Joined: 16/05/2011 Posts: 4 Re: Error #2038 when uploading In .NET land I fixed this 302 error by adding this into the root of Re: ioError 2038 on MAC os musicplayer_dk Nov 2, 2007 1:52 AM (in response to dirtyhand) Hi again Dirtyhand I have now tried the version you suggested and I'm sorry to Check out our Support site, then WordPress.com Forums » Support 12Next » IO Error when trying to upload photos aztecmichelle Member Apr 6, 2008, 5:32 AM Since the change, I can't Log in or register to post comments Comment #5 sabalaskey CreditAttribution: sabalaskey commented February 3, 2009 at 1:36pm I have the same problem with Image Fupload 2.2 and Drupal 6.9.
Not sure. so, if you have the "uploading..." problem with image_fupload / swfupload, watch out for system proxy settings (if they are different than your browser ones)! If the form can decrypt the AuthCookie it must be the authenticated request and not an imposter. tried the image plugin, to approach this differently..
Am copying and will email and then go to bed. This means that the call to the tfu_upload.php is blocked before somewhere.have you tried to use the .htaccess to disable mod_security?Unfortunately the upload request is not visible in any browser extension It suggests an unreliable internet connection. why, but WHY do flash takes under consideration system's proxy settings when it runs inside a browser with his owns?
Both on FF mac and IE 8 win. Too sad. Does it work with Flash 10? I'm just now getting around to applying the latest release to my site.
I will let you know. sorry for the long post, had to write this, maybe it helps someone like me someday, or project developers to help users having similar issues. Top TinyWebGallery Post subject: Re: IO Error when I upload filesPosted: Tue Nov 06, 2012 12:14 am Site Admin Joined: Mon Aug 01, 2005 12:53 pmPosts: 9995 have That (unfortunately) confirms that it's a rather broad network error - something is preventing the uploader from connecting to WordPress.com.
I am on linux Debian with an Apache httpd server. Thanks.This forum is a community forum meant for users of the plugin to collaborate and help solve issues with implementation, etc. The rest of the upgraded 2.5 seems to work just fine. Unfortunately it didn't worked out.
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