Support » Plugin: Eventbrite for The Events Calendar » [Plugin: Eventbrite for The Events Calendar] The plugin broken in WP 3.0

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    Here’s error output I get:

    Fatal error: Call to undefined function curl_version() in /var/www/zendesk.com/private/wp-content/plugins/eventbrite-for-the-events-calendar/eventbrite-for-the-events-calendar.class.php on line 88

    Plugin Author Shane Pearlman

    (@shanepearlman)

    Modern Tribe

    @stunnaboi

    which version of php are you running? This look like an error from an older version of php (pre 5.1).

    5.3.2-1ubuntu4.2

    Same here, when activating the “Eventbrite for The Events Calendar” I get blank screens and have to go into the database to disable this plugin.

    Ubuntu with WP 3.0.1 and PHP 5.3.2.1

    Similar error here:

    Warning: curl_setopt() [function.curl-setopt]: CURLOPT_FOLLOWLOCATION cannot be activated when safe_mode is enabled or an open_basedir is set in /nfs/c02/h12/mnt/17258/domains/designweekla.org/html/wordpress/wp-content/plugins/eventbrite-for-the-events-calendar/eventbrite-for-the-events-calendar.class.php on line 433

    @stunnaboi

    I had similar error – which indicated I needed to install curl.

    for unbuntu

    sudo apt-get install php5-curl

    then restart apache and it should be ok (well it worked for me).

    Getting exactly the same problem with the latest version of WordPress and the latest version of Events Calendar

    Problem is in line 433 of eventbrite-for-the-events-calendar.class.php

    any updates to this? is this being worked on?

    Any update here? I see a lot of questions but zero response. I don’t believe that the issue is lack of curl for me – event though that is the error – because it was working before. Can we get some action or at least a statement that it isn’t working and you’re addressing it? Thanks, it’s a great feature when it does work.

    Hey All,

    I actually fixed this issue. I’m assuming everyone on here is using shared hosting and that’s part of the problem. I changed some settings in my php.ini file which corrected it. I will post the fix when I get back to my computer. Help is on the way!!

    Any update yet? I got all excited there for a minute.

    NOT Broken:
    I went ahead and installed this combination on a new site with no other plugins, hosted on a php5 managed server on 1and1. It worked initially, but then I broke it by changing the display name of the “Events” post category to something else. As soon as I changed it back to “Events” it works again. Come buy a ticket to “Spousal Deafness” in Newmarket NH: fotrb.org

    One thing that does *not* work is this: I inserted a Title in the Events List Widget of The Events Calendar, and it does not show on the page, but that is an issue with The Events calendar, not the EventBrite plugin.

    Still broken for me. Deactivated all plugins except Events Calendar and Eventbrite Integration. Category name is Events.

    MstrMndMaven I think you just got lucky. I envy you.

    I did find it rather tricky getting the calendar to connect with the EventBrite. After installing the Events Calendar plugin, I did get the new features showing in the New Post dialog: Is this an Event? (O)Yes (O)No – and then I created an event.

    Then I installed the Eventbrite plugin, and went back to the post, and there was a choice to ‘push’ the event to Eventbrite, which I did, but it still didn’t seem to work. I poked around a bit until I found I needed to (CRITICAL STEP) get my API code from Eventbrite and insert it in the bottom of my admin user profile. Then things seemed to be hooked up, and I created a ticket in Events Calendar. (PS: I can create Eventbrite tickets ONLY from the admin user acount, because it is associated with the API. If I try to create an event from my “Editor” user account, it does not work.)

    I went to EventBrite.com and found that the event was not there, saying “no tickets have been set up” even though I had set one up in WordPress. I went ahead and created the identical ticket at Eventbrite.com, and bingo, it shows up in the post view.

    Convoluted, I know. I have had to repeat this roundabout for the second event, but ultimately it sells tickets directly out of WordPress as advertised.

    Yes, indeed there are a bunch of steps and gotchas, but I too had it running as expected until it stopped with the curl error quoted by the other users above. I think that jaboutboul might have the answer, but he is not posting it as promised:-(

    I would not be surprised if you ran into it eventually, but I hope you don’t! It seems to be related to shared hosting. Oh well, I’m integrating everything manually with Eventbrite and this is not very difficult.

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