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  • Resolved august


    I can’t access my blog site & wp-admin page, once I activated my ‘automata’ plugin.
    I’ve got the following error & can’t show my blog.

    What can I do to fix it? HELP….

    Warning: require_once(C:\Clients\august\\www\blog\wp-content\plugins\autometa/stoplist/en.php) [function.require-once]: failed to open stream: No such file or directory in C:\Clients\august\\www\blog\wp-content\plugins\autometa\autometa.php on line 470

    Fatal error: require_once() [function.require]: Failed opening required ‘C:\Clients\august\\www\blog\wp-content\plugins\autometa/stoplist/en.php’ (include_path=’.;C:\php5\pear’) in C:\Clients\august\\www\blog\wp-content\plugins\autometa\autometa.php on line 470

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  • Moderator Samuel Wood (Otto)

    (@otto42) Admin

    When you put the plugin there, did you have a subdirectory called “stoplist” that came with the plugin? Perhaps you unzipped it without retaining the directory structure?

    That error is telling you that autometa has a subdirectory underneath it called “stoplist”, and a file in there called “en.php”. It’s not finding those files.

    In the ‘automata” plugin that I unzipped and activated, the unzipped file only contain 3 files. 1) automata.php 2) en.php 3) fr.php.
    I’ve put the whole folder inside the “plugin” folder.

    IF somehow I can “de-activate” this automata plugin, I think I can get my blog site running again.

    So far, I have no idea how to do that.
    I’ll be very thankful if I can get my site running again.

    Moderator Samuel Wood (Otto)

    (@otto42) Admin

    Make a subdirectory called “stoplist” under the automata directory. Move en.php and fr.php to that subdirectory. Your problem should then be solved.

    And make sure you unzip with folders enabled next time. Yes, it has happened to us all, at some point. 🙂

    BTW, if you *really* want to deactivate the plugin, then simply delete it. Instant deactivation. Not recommended except in emergencies, but it does work.

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