Error after update to 2.3.0

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I've update the pixel theme via admin-interface from - I guess - Version 2.1.2 to current 2.3.0. I got a successfull-message. Then I switched back to site and read an error:

file_exists(): open_basedir restriction in effect. File(../../../../../application/config/pixel_theme/ is not within the allowed path(s).

Until this update all working fine. Now I can login with admin, but if I navigate to a page I got the error above.

How to fix this? Any idea?


Type: Discussion
Status: Resolved
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shahroq replied on at Permalink Reply
Hi Trickler,
Could you send me your host and site credentials via private msg, so I can take a look?
trickler replied on at Permalink Reply
I've sent it :)
shahroq replied on at Permalink Reply
trickler replied on at Permalink Reply
Wow! Thank you :)

And what causes the error? Was it a bug in the theme or a misconfiguered configfile?
shahroq replied on at Permalink Reply
Actually, I am not sure about that yet! It might have something to do with the fact that your server runs on Nginx. I will inform you of it as soon as finding something.
trickler replied on at Permalink Reply
All right. Thank you for the info. good luck.

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