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[Resolved] Fatal error: Call to undefined function wp_get

  • This occurred after I installed Multisite Plugin Manager 3.1.

    The install went ok, but when I clicked on “Network Activate” the message appeared on a new tab:


    Fatal error: Call to undefined function wp_get_current_user() in /home/example/public_html/mainsite.com/wp-includes/capabilities.php on line 1357

    I now cannot get into the “Installed Plugins Menu” on the main site!

    Prior to this I installed Proper Network Activation. Could there be a conflict?
    Any other ideas on what could cause this? Quite urgent really as I am absolutely stuck.

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  • It’s possible. Go in via FTP to delete the plugin to see if you can get back in.

    Thanks. I should have thought of doing that myself but reasonably new to this and didn’t want to break anything.

    I deleted both Proper Network Activation (Which is just a php file in the Plugins folder) and then deleted the Multisite Plugin Manager.

    I then reinstalled the Multisite Plugin Manager and tried to activate.

    Again, I ended up with the fatal error as noted above. Might have to do without this useful looking plugin until I find a solution.

    Thanks for the suggestion. Just a small item. Where the heck do I find the superadmin / options menu. Under Network there is no Options

    “Choose which plugins users can activate and deactivate through Manage->Plugins, for this to make sense you need to disable the built-in plugins menu (through Site Admin->Options->Menus)”

    Should be Dasboard -> Network -> Settings

    I have Network Admin / Dashboard / Network Settings (nothing relevant here:::
    or at “Network Setup”

    The full picture is: Mysites/Network admin
    Dashboard – Sites – USers – Themes – plugins – Settings – Updates
    Sites
    Users
    Visit Network

    I am on WP 3.3.1 and Multisite and seem to be having ongoing issues. Host is Vodahost which I have been using for about 7 years.

    1. Instructions from others often seem to refer to different setups.
    2. Am getting persistent cannnot access Database errors. Sometimes takes two or three tries to get it through but always does in the end.
    3. Persistent “You do not have sufficient permissions” error when trying to access the Admin or Setup for particular plugins.

    I am working my way through each of these, but just giving you some context.

    Multisite is still ‘working out the kinks’ for where things are.

    Where the heck do I find the superadmin / options menu.

    Who/what is telling you to look there?

    (also, having an issue with Multisite could be a lot of things. Different setups are because the UI has been a little more fluid that we’d want for a while. DB errors may be because you have too much traffic going on, and permissions errors are always because plugins aren’t written well for Multisite)

    This was from the Plugin Commander instructions.

    Plugin Commander

    Plugin Commander is a plugin management plugin for WPMU, released under GPL.
    It allow you to do the following things:

    Mark any plugin in the plugins directory to be automatically activated for new blogs.
    Mass activate or deactivate a plugin for all existing blogs
    Choose which plugins users can activate and deactivate through Manage->Plugins, for this to make sense you need to disable the built-in plugins menu (through Site Admin->Options->Menus)
    Activate and deactivate plugins for specific blogs, even if the blog owner is not allowed to control those plugins.

    for this to make sense you need to disable the built-in plugins menu (through Site Admin->Options->Menus)

    Oh that’s in Network Settings

    Scroll to the bottom of the page.

    See “Enable administration menus”? Uncheck that.

    I’m having the same problem.

    http://screencast.com/t/l73iw5O69L8

    Any help?

    Hello i’ve the same problem.
    I’ve got WP 3.3.2

    And i had this problem after activating Digg-digg plugin.

    I tried ti delete the plugin but the error still there.

    Thx for your help

    i solved my problem

    look at my post : http://wordpress.org/support/topic/plugin-digg-digg-new-plugin-doesnt-work?replies=5

    maybe it will help

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