I manually upgraded 3.0 through Filezilla. Website works fine but I can’t get to Dashboard.
Here’s the message: Fatal error: Cannot redeclare wp_load_image() (previously declared in /homepages/38/d262327624/htdocs/wp-includes/media.php:241) in /homepages/38/d262327624/htdocs/wp-admin/includes/image.php on line 150
I tried reloading 3.0, renaming plugins.hold b/c I didn’t disable them before upgrading. Still can’t get to Dashboard.
Is this a file from a 2.9 version that’s missing?
In 3.0, we moved wp_load_image() from wp-admin/includes/image.php to wp-includes/media.php. Thus, it looks like you’re running 3.0’s wp-includes/media.php, but 2.9’s wp-admin/includes/image.php.
I would re-upload wp-admin and wp-includes entirely.
So delete wp-admin and wp-includes from 3.0 and reload? God, I’m nervous my site will go down now….
Thanks–I’ll try it!
I uploaded the entire 3.0 after a failed attempt at re-uploading wp-admin & wp-includes. Still the same message & can’t get into Dashboard.
Are there old files I need to delete or are they automatically overwritten?
I get the following error after trying to upgrade to 3.0:
Fatal error: Cannot redeclare pclziputilpathreduction() (previously declared in /hermes/bosweb/web064/b644/ipw.homelandsecuritygroup/public_html/site/hsgblog/wp-content/plugins/wordpress-automatic-upgrade/lib/pclzip.lib.php:5421) in /hermes/bosweb/web064/b644/ipw.homelandsecuritygroup/public_html/site/hsgblog/wp-admin/includes/class-pclzip.php on line 5452
Nacin–looks like I’m running 3.0 wp-admin/includes/image.php (74,237 PHP File). Is that the correct one?
Any other ideas? I’m still getting the same message when I log in–and no Dashboard.
I reloaded 3.0 and tested every wp-admin/includes/image.php. I could find. Nothing works.
Still the same message after I log in:
Fatal error: Cannot redeclare wp_load_image() (previously declared in /homepages/38/d262327624/htdocs/wp-includes/media.php:241) in /homepages/38/d262327624/htdocs/wp-admin/includes/image.php on line 150
I’m at a complete loss–
This just happened to me.
It was my first time logging in (site was put together by someone else) and I updated the theme (oops), so lost all the customization. I had made a backup copy of all the files last week, so I just uploaded those files to replace the new ones…and now I’m getting the same message.
Any luck yet?
I’m getting a very similar message:
Fatal error: Cannot redeclare wp_load_image() (previously declared in /home/gdjames/public_html/WESTERNDIGITALEXTERNALHARDDRIVES.NET/wp-includes/media.php:241) in /home/gdjames/public_html/WESTERNDIGITALEXTERNALHARDDRIVES.NET/wp-admin/includes/image.php on line 168
So, if I’m reading this thread correctly, the current solution is to manually re-install wp-admin and wp-includes? I followed a guide (on this forum, I believe) to create a .sql backup with phpMyAdmin before I auto-upgraded. Would it be better to restore my blog with WP v2.9.2 and then disable plug-ins and try to auto-upgrade again? I don’t even know how to restore my site using a .sql file at this point. I’m sorry, I’m still very new at this.
No – re-upload the wp-admin and wp-includes folders from a fresh download of WordPress 3.0
Holy jebus, that was scary. But I got it working.
First I had to set up a FTP account for my server, download an FTP client, and sync them both up (which is a good thing, I should’ve done that already). Then, when I tried to replace the files, I was only able to successfully replace 67% of them. When I checked it out in the wp-admin folder on the server I realized I had to change the permissions for almost half of the files just to allow my FTP client to overwrite them. So I did, and changed all the permissions back afterwards just to make sure I didn’t screw anything up. When I logged into my WordPress admin account again, the Fatal Error was gone and I just saw a wordpress page asking me to upgrade. Now it works fine.
I don’t know if it was my server or WordPress that set the 411 permissions on those files, but I’m pretty sure that’s what caused the Fatal Error originally (so I’m assuming it the server). Anyway, THANK YOU to all the Mods and Devs that help out here and for everyone’s work launching v3.0
You guys are awesome.
I get this error Fatal error: Cannot redeclare wp_load_image() (previously declared in /home/a2021697/public_html/wp-includes/media.php:241) in /home/a2021697/public_html/wp-admin/includes/image.php on line 168
I can’t get my site running! I hope that I can fix it!
Do what I did, create an FTP account on your server, if one hasn’t already been created automatically, download an FTP client (I heard CuteFTP was pretty good, so I got that), and sync them up so you can play with files on the server through your FTP application.
Then, do what esmi told me, download a fresh version of WordPress v3.0, (Top right, big “DOWNLOAD” button) and use your FTP app to re-upload the
You may run into the same problem I did, where your server has permissions set to
411, meaning it won’t allow anyone to overwrite them. In that case, you’ll have to use your server’s file manager to change permissions to something that’s at least
611, of all the files that were not overwritten. Then try to re-upload through FTP. Remember to change each file you modified permissions on back to
411. I’m not completely sure on this, but it’s been my experience that having the wrong permissions set on the wrong files could not only screw up your site again, but allow hackers access to it.
e-mail me with any more questions: firstname.lastname@example.org
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hellogoodbye2124, esmi was already trying to help you in your original thread. I hope you aren’t intentionally ignoring her.
All you need to do is FTP to your /wp-content/ folder. Then rename your plugins folder to something like “pluginsold” or “pluginsx” THEN create a new folder called “plugins”
POOF No more errors or White screens!
The problem is you’ll have to re-upload your plugins. (No big deal if you backed em up!)
Upload all your plugins but only activate a few at a time.
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