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  • This hack adds Morten Bojsen-Hansen’s excellent GPL File Manager “PhpFM” to WordPress 1.2(sorry 1.2 only). You can use it to upload/delete files, view images already uploaded, and make new folders from within WordPress. Give it a try and let me know what you think πŸ™‚
    You can see a screenshot at http://mudbomb.com
    Download WordPress File Manager

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  • Joe,
    Could you please add this to the Hacks section of the Wiki?

    I was actually just doing that as you posted πŸ˜‰

    How do I unpack an .rar file on a Windows machine?
    I also use cygwin if there’s a GNU command line utility to unpack .rar files.

    Google for WinRAR

    Oops, I use RAR so much that I sometimes forget that ZIP is still the “web standard” πŸ™‚
    Here’s a link for a Zipped version:
    http://mudbomb.com/File-Manager-hack.zip

    After installing FileManager I do get the menu, but the page starts with these errors:
    Warning: Cannot modify header information – headers already sent by (output started at d:\…\wp-admin\admin-header.php:55) in d:\…\wp-admin\incl\header.inc.php on line 6
    Warning: Cannot modify header information – headers already sent by (output started at d:\…\wp-admin\admin-header.php:55) in d:\…\wp-admin\incl\header.inc.php on line 7
    Warning: Cannot modify header information – headers already sent by (output started at d:\…\wp-admin\admin-header.php:55) in d:\…\wp-admin\incl\header.inc.php on line 8
    Warning: Cannot modify header information – headers already sent by (output started at d:\…\wp-admin\admin-header.php:55) in d:\…\wp-admin\incl\header.inc.php on line 9
    Warning: Cannot modify header information – headers already sent by (output started at d:\…\wp-admin\admin-header.php:55) in d:\…\wp-admin\incl\header.inc.php on line 10
    Warning: Cannot modify header information – headers already sent by (output started at d:\..\wp-admin\admin-header.php:55) in d:\…\wp-admin\incl\header.inc.php on line 11
    Warning: session_start(): Cannot send session cookie – headers already sent by (output started at d:\…\wp-admin\admin-header.php:55) in d:\…\wordpress\wp-admin\incl\header.inc.php on line 18
    Warning: session_start(): Cannot send session cache limiter – headers already sent (output started at d:\…\wp-admin\admin-header.php:55) in d:\…\wp-admin\incl\header.inc.php on line 18

    Getting the same errors as above…

    I commented out the /incl/header.inc.php lines as these would be handled by WP instead… Not sure how critical they are, they could be moved to the WP Header include, but it seems to work without them now…
    I am getting this error now though, not sure if its an error or just a warning:
    Use of undefined constant SID – assumed ‘SID’ from Line 20 in /incl/header.inc.php
    Everything so far works besides that error message.

    1) the File Manager menu
    2) yes it is
    3) no, although I did try out given options like the # $session_save_path = “C:/WINDOWS/Temp/”; but with no result

    I tried this but got several errors on the include lines (could not open). The path to the includes begins with ./ which I’m not familiar with. Using Unix, if the directory is one down should it contain a dot before the slash?

    i’m getting a parse error *snip*/wp-admin/menu.php on line 28
    instead of the menu. any ideas?
    also my first post, glad to be here.

    I figured out what caused the line 28 error in the menu.php – i was editing the file in cPanel and not through WordPress so i hadn’t noticed the permissions were not set to 666. now i have the problem above. πŸ™‚

    Works great now… BTW after edditing the files before, it worked fine… This now removes the warning SID line, and I’m sure gives some sort of additional support…

    just uploaded the new files, works like a charm now. Thanks!!

    Does this thing still exist? None of the links work and I want itÒ€β€?bad.

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