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Hello I installed the pligg new version by auto install. Every thing was going right but when I tried to submit new post its did not post it. After refresh its display CAPTCHA error. I again try but failed then I just notice in error log file that was displaying error like this.

PHP Fatal error: Cannot redeclare class Smarty in /home/xxxxxxxx/public_html/internal
/Smarty.class.php on line 12.

Is there anybody here to just resolve this issue. I will be very thankful to you.

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    facing same issue on my side

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    facing same issue on my side

    | Posted 255 days ago | Permalink | Hide Replies

    Have you guys considered installing smarty on your hosts i had this problem to until i did that some hosting providers dont supply the script its easy to install http://www.smarty.net

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    @user_5230411

    thanks for your reply.

    Could you please describe it more where I should install Smarty.net. I mean on pligg installation folder or on hosts.

    Looking forward....

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    I realy am no expert but when i had that problem i looked at the host being the problem it could be that smarty is installed on your host but not set up correct on there server or its not installed so download the latest version put all the files in a directory called "smarty" read the installation instructions place the whole thing in the pligg directory for me it worked i asume pligg is only looking for a run command from it because i dont know the inns or outs of smarty or how it works but for me it fixed the problem

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    @Yankidank

    We are looking for help as we are unable to do any thing. One more thing in pligg error log its show like

    PHP Fatal error: Cannot redeclare class Smarty in /home/xxxxxxxxxx/public_html/internal/Smarty.class.php on line 12 or some time line 0

    but in cpanel Error log its show

    File not found [/home/xxxxxxxx/public_html/xxxxxxxx/templates/admin/css/jquery.pnotify.css]

    plz help us in above mentioned issue.

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