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  • I’ve run into this too. It conflicts with the Random Redirect 2 plugin. Disabling that plugin made the error go away.

    Jetpack appears to have duplicated the (very simple) functionality of the Random Redirect and Random Redirect 2 plugins, because I find that the “random post” links that I had put in the navigation menus of three different blogs all still work, with only Jetpack 2.4 enabled.

    I solve, thanks! …I’ve removed “Random Redirect 2” plugin 😉

    I came up with a fix for the Random Redirect 2 plugin. You’ll need to edit the plugin itself which is only one file: random-redirect.php. Look for the two instances of matt_random_redirect and change it to a different name. I changed mine to matt_randomy_redirect (with the “y” at the end of random). This solves the conflict with Jetpack and appears to be working just fine on my website.

    Brilliant. Thanks! I did have one site in which, for whatever reason, the latest version of Jetpack does not take over the random button fucntion (but still conflicts).

    Jetpack 2.4.2 appears to fix this. From the Changelog:

    Bug Fix: Random Redirect: Add random-redirect to the plugins overriden list, in case someone is using Matt’s Random Redirect plugin.

    thank you bfoot. looks like the jetpack version of the random redirect only allows for “random page” and not all of the other modifiers this one (and even Matt’s original version) provides.

    Plugin Author Jeremy Herve

    (@jeherve)

    Jetpack Mechanic

    Looks like the jetpack version of the random redirect only allows for “random page” and not all of the other modifiers this one (and even Matt’s original version) provides.

    In the next Jetpack release, we’ll consider adding random_cat_id and random_post_type to Jetpack’s Random Redirect module. You can follow our progress here:
    http://plugins.trac.wordpress.org/ticket/2008

    I got the blank white page too and this error:
    wp-admin/includes/plugin.php): failed to open stream: No such file or directory in xxx/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/theme-tools/random-redirect.php on line 14

    I deactivate jetpack and site is up again. How can I get it back and going? I tried the rename suggestion but it didn’t work. Can you help? Thanks!

    Plugin Author Jeremy Herve

    (@jeherve)

    Jetpack Mechanic

    Could you try to reinstall Jetpack scratch, by deleting the Jetpack plugin and reinstalling it?

    Thanks!

    Thanks Jeremy! If I reinstall from scratch, what will happen to the email addresses from people who subscribed to posts notification via email? Where are the email addresses stored?

    Plugin Author Jeremy Herve

    (@jeherve)

    Jetpack Mechanic

    The emails are stored on WordPress.com, and they’ll be back under your account as soon as you reconnect Jetpack to your WordPress.com account. No worries there!

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