Lightsquid Installation Problem



  • I installed Squid and SquidGuard on 2.0 Alpha Alpha. I need also lightsquid package to be installed. I tried to install that package. But no luck. The Error on the package installation menu:

    Downloading package configuration file… done.
    Saving updated package information... done.
    Downloading Lightsquid and its dependencies... done.
    Checking for successful package installation... done.
    Loading package configuration...

    It stops the installation. But there is an error bottom of the page. The error is:

    Fatal error: Cannot create references to/from string offsets nor overloaded objects in /etc/inc/xmlparse.inc on line 69

    And I opened /etc/inc/xmlparse.inc and looked to line 69 but I cannot understand where the problem is.
    Line 69:

    $ptr =& $ptr[$path];

    is there any opinion?



  • Same problem here



  • same here



  • Me too…



  • Sorry, package not tested on 2.0 while this Alpha. Wait version 2.0 Beta..



  • Thanks for the honest info! Nice package, I like it much!



  • Just tried it (Jan 27th) - same problem…

    Anyone know when it might be addressed?

    If we can run any tests, etc, let us know.

    - Mike.



  • The Squid package has not been updated to work with 2.0 yet.



  • stil not working with yesterdays release



  • @apilbeam:

    stil not working with yesterdays release

    We know. Please check the package status sticky post on this board for the status of packages. I disabled all the Squid related packages until they can be fixed. Hopefully dvserg can fix them soon.



  • @senseifedon:

    Fatal error: Cannot create references to/from string offsets nor overloaded objects in /etc/inc/xmlparse.inc on line 69

    And I opened /etc/inc/xmlparse.inc and looked to line 69 but I cannot understand where the problem is.
    Line 69:

    $ptr =& $ptr[$path];

    is there any opinion?

    Find the cause..
    This problem occurs if after the XMLtag exist gaps (spaces).
    I remove all 'after-spaces' from XML and all a working. If add space - error returned.
    Probable bug - need Trim "tag>spaces <tag" in="" xml="" parser?<br="">
    </tag">



  • @senseifedon:

    And I opened /etc/inc/xmlparse.inc and looked to line 69 but I cannot understand where the problem is.
    Line 69:
                    $ptr =& $ptr[$path];

    I found what this:
    PHP Bug #23442 Trying to assign a reference inside an overloaded class
    http://bugs.php.net/bug.php?id=23442&edit=1


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