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My Pligg version is 2.0.1
Pligg Local tests were normal,but The server is not normal.
user can not login Pligg on server,Login request has been waiting for no response.
The problem of torture for several days,
I hope to get help,
Want to know the solution to the problem of the person can help me.

ThankYou very much!
(my english is not good.)

Possible Answers

    A couple things you might want to check.

    1. Make sure you deleted the template cache after moving to a live server.

    2. Make sure you haven't mistakenly not transferred the Pligg .htaccess file to the live server. Some FTP programs like Filezilla for example don't display hidden files by default.

    3. If you still have problems, you can list your url here in the comments so others can take a look and maybe see something more obvious.

    | Posted 54 days ago | Permalink | Hide Replies

    ChuckRoast

    Thank you for your answer,Although not solve my problem.

    Now I found the solution to the problem,It is caused by PHP BUG,

    https://bugs.php.net/bug.php?id=51424. />
    My server's php version is 5.3.1,localhost is 5.4.3.

    The crypt() function hangs after 3rd call in Pligg's login.php

    | Posted 51 days ago | Permalink | Hide Replies

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