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  • Previously, I was using 2.0.2 and working successfully. I recently upgraded to 2.1 and encountered this problem. When posting a new post, I receive a blank page in FF2.0 and a 406 error in IE6.

    I tried going back to 2.0.7, and receiving the same problem. Is there something that was changed in post.php to cause these problems??

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  • did you preserve case of file names when uploading?

    Preserve the case? I used an FTP client (SmartFTP) to transfer the files, so I’m 99.9% sure it retained the same case – I never had an issue with this before.

    I have tried downgrading back to the version I had before, and it’s still giving me the same error! I’m now running 2.0.1, and I cannot post anything!!!

    I’m getting quite frustrated – thought this upgrade would have been good to do… would have been as painless as previous upgrades… but now I’m ready to tear the rest of my hair out!

    I know others are having this problem – it’s a problem with the POST.PHP page and it’s causing a 406 error in IE 6… What causes this?!

    Moderator Samuel Wood (Otto)

    (@otto42) Admin

    a) Downgrading is not an option unless you restore your database backup (you did make one, right?).

    b) Make sure that you uploaded everything from 2.1 in wp-includes and wp-admin correctly.

    c) It could be a plugin. 2.1 is not compatible with all plugins that were 2.0 compatible. It is *not* a minor upgrade, so check your plugins and make sure that they are all capable of working with 2.1.

    OK – Thank you for your reply. It looks like the PodPress plugin might have been the problem (as I doubt it was the Akismet?)… I was told PodPress was 2.1 compatable… But I deactivated it and was able to post!

    Did the upgrade to 2.1 again, deactivated PodPress plugin, and was able to post. The problem is with PodPress. I apologize for posting so much on this!

    Thanks again.


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