Support » Plugin: SQLite Integration » Fatal error – pdoengine.class.php

  • Resolved koffe55

    (@koffe55)



    Hi,

    I’m having trouble installing wordpress 3.8.1 with sqlite-integration because I get no further than a blank screen with the following error message:

    Unable to create a file in the directory! Please check your server settings. Fatal error: Call to a member function prepare() on a non-object in /my/redacted/path/wordpress/wp-content/plugins/sqlite-integration/pdoengine.class.php on line 307

    I’ve tried several combinations of file and folder permissions, including the usual 755 and even 777, all to no avail.

    Any suggestions?

    Edit: I’m using Apache 2 on a shared web host. I don’t get this problem when I try to install on WAMP or LAMP. I have PHP 5.4, php sqlite3, and mod_rewrite on the server, so I should be good to go.

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/sqlite-integration/

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  • Plugin Author kjmtsh

    (@kjmtsh)

    Hi, koffe55

    Thank you for reporting.

    I’ve tried several combinations of file and folder permissions, including the usual 755 and even 777, all to no avail.

    Which directory did you change the permission of? Error message means the wp-content/database directory is not writable.

    Will you create the directory wp-content/database manually, change the permission of that directory to 777 and try installing again?

    If the error message doesn’t disappear, please let me know again. Hope it will help.

    I believe I have resolved the problem – it was due to weird ACL settings on the server and not file permissions. Thanks for your help, and the fantastic plugin!

    Some notes of what I tried before I found that out –

    I changed the permissions of every file and directory in the installation simultaneously.

    I created the database manually and tried 777 to no luck. I reproduced the error by changing entries in a working database to have the wrong URL in the settings table.

    Thanks!

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