Originally Posted by slaine
what is an unconventional server setup Now i have tried everything.
I did a clean install totally formated the disk and installed only the things in your setup file. As your guide is for Ubuntu
Ubuntu 12.04.1 LT
PHP 5.3.10-1ubuntu3.4 with Suhosin-Patch (cli) (built: Sep 12 2012 19:00:43)
Copyright (c) 1997-2012 The PHP Group
Zend Engine v2.3.0, Copyright (c) 1998-2012 Zend Technologies
Server version: Apache/2.2.22 (Ubuntu)
ffmpeg version 0.8.4-4:0.8.4-0ubuntu0.12.04.1, Copyright (c) 2000-2012 the Libav developers.
Everything works perfect on 192.x remote it get stucked on converting part.
only error i can see in any log is
ob_flush(): failed to flush buffer. No buffer to flush
ob_end_flush(): failed to delete and flush buffer. No buffer to delete or flush
i put a @ before ob_end_flush(): ob_flush(): that filled up the access and error.log in /var/log/apache2 to 10 mb in zero time. but thats not the problem.
Give me a clue here mister chump. im not gonna use this for anything just want it to work.
Again, to use my software in a production environment, my recommendation to you is the following:
I can only suggest trying to install my software on a professionally configured and/or commercially hosted server, and see if you have the same results.
There is sufficient documentation in the software files distribution and within this thread to successfully install the software. The only thing that isn't documented is the installation of the OS, which I assume people already know how to do, or it is already done for them.
Note: When installing my software, I recommend that you 'apt-get install' to get the stable versions of each package. I advise against building each (or any) of the packages from the git source.
Alternatively, you can download an Ubuntu VMware virtual machine here
, and try to install inside a preconfigured VM. (for testing purposes?)
I can also install the software for you at my hourly rate.
Edit: You could also try installing in Ubuntu 11.10 instead of 12.04 to see if that has any effect. I suppose it is possible that 12.04 may require steps that are not required by 11.10. Just as different flavors of Linux require slightly different steps for the same installation. In the files distribution, I have included only one possible way to install my software. Installation steps may vary slightly in subsequent versions of Ubuntu, and will definitely vary across different Linux distributions. There are simply too many different Linux distributions (and versions within each distribution) for me to write installation guides for each and every one.