facelessuser wrote:I am assuming that you also deleted your tonido shell plugin data folder as I requested via the PM. Was a userconfig.sqlite file created in your plugindata/tonidoshell folder after you tried the debug package I set you?
I allready have a webserver by the way according to the http://tonidouser.com/doku.php?id=advan ... tonidoplug
Could this give conflicts because I maybe don't have the latest php mysql version?
Here is the bigger issue. I cannot reproduce your issue in any way. Database creation and reading and writing works every time on my side no matter what I do.
Tonido comes with its own PHP server and SQL lite server already, and then you are installing a second PHP server. There may be conflict because you have two PHP servers installed. It makes it much more difficult when someone has a nonstandard plug. I do not have the resources to have multiple plugs with different nonstandard setups for testing.
I can maybe this one time disable the aliases and shellmarks feature in a custom version so you can have a working version, but maintaining a separate non standard version is probably not going to happen. Tonido Shell is coded for the Tonido Plug's factory setup, after it has been modified, I can not guarantee my software will work. If you are able to reproduce this issue on a Plug with factory defaults, then it would point to an issue on my side, but currently, there is a high probability that your issue is tied to having two php servers.
I just reflashed my tonido, and did all steps again
I tried getting lighttpd working with the php server of the tonido, but I just couldn't figure it out. I kept getting errors about fastcgi.
But the shell is working, but after i installted php5-cgi it stopped working again.
Anyone has an idea how to provide the correct php info to lighttpd?