Support » Plugin: All-in-One Event Calendar » fatal error updating time.ly calendar

  • Resolved Ripple Web Design

    (@ripple-web-design)



    Fatal error: require() [function.require]: Failed opening required ‘D:\Hosting\3101921\html\yvrtango\wp-content\plugins\all-in-one-event-calendar\vendor\lessphp\lessc.inc.php’ (include_path=’.;C:\php5\pear’) in D:\Hosting\3101921\html\yvrtango\wp-content\plugins\all-in-one-event-calendar\lib\bootstrap\loader.php on line 88

    now what do I do?

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/all-in-one-event-calendar/

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  • I reloaded an older version of the plugin and my site is back up. However, it seemed like a good idea to have the most recent version of the plugin running. Is anyone else having trouble updating Time.ly?

    Plugin Author Benjamin

    (@bsokic)

    Hi,

    Please try to upload the latest version via FTP, possible that some files are not properly uploaded during installation.

    ABurn2006

    (@aburn2006)

    Hi, I am having a similar issue, but I can’t get back to the page with the error and it won’t even let me get into my WordPress dashboard because now whenever I go to the site and/or dashboard it will only display the error below, the site is completely down, so I can’t follow the instructions here http://time.ly/document/user-guide/troubleshooting/perform-manual-upgrade/
    Not only that but when I go to my ftp, there is no such file uninstall.php ??
    Please advise, my client is not going to be happy about their site being down :-/
    Thank you!!!

    The error that the site displays:
    Warning: require(E:\web\public_html\mlyons\table3new\wp-content\plugins\all-in-one-event-calendar\lib\exception\ai1ec.php) [function.require]: failed to open stream: No such file or directory in E:\web\public_html\mlyons\table3new\wp-content\plugins\all-in-one-event-calendar\all-in-one-event-calendar.php on line 34

    Fatal error: require() [function.require]: Failed opening required ‘E:\web\public_html\mlyons\table3new\wp-content\plugins\all-in-one-event-calendar\lib\exception\ai1ec.php’ (include_path=’.;C:\Program Files (x86)\PHP\v5.2\pear’) in E:\web\public_html\mlyons\table3new\wp-content\plugins\all-in-one-event-calendar\all-in-one-event-calendar.php on line 34

    Ripple Web Design

    (@ripple-web-design)

    I love the time.ly calendar, but because of the problems I’ve had with the calendar updates, I now only update after I back up the site. When the site crashes as a result of a calendar update, I go into the back end via filezilla and remove the time.ly plugin folder (“all-in-one-event-calendar”). You can actually just rename it (i.e. put a one after the name “all-in-one-event-calendar1”) if you are nervous about removing it. Then I check the site and make sure it works. If it’s all good, I upload the old version of the time.ly calendar folder (from my backup). While this is not very efficient, it is the only way I have been able to continue using this product. Benjamin (above) did suggest updating using filezilla. I haven’t tried that, but it would certainly be faster than my work around.

    ABurn2006

    (@aburn2006)

    Thanks Ripple Web Design – thankfully I was able to get the site back up by doing what you had done, but I am a little nervous to update now. I haven’t had issues in the past updating time.ly but I will certainly be more careful from now on!

    Ripple Web Design

    (@ripple-web-design)

    Glad it worked!

    Just a further note. I have since followed Benjamin’s advice and uploaded the latest version via FTP and it has been successful. Of course, I still backup before I update anything!

    On this last update, because I fixed the problem pretty easily with a back up last time, I tried the automatic update and thankfully it worked fine!

    Great! I really like this calendar!

    Updated in February and since then, cannot make it works. Having the same issues. Tried the manual uploaded and nothing.

    Any idea where can I find an older version of this plugin? Love it, but if it is not going to work….

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