BBClone 0.4.9c debug mode:
It seems that BBClone has successfully written to file counter0.inc. If you keep getting this message despite access.php and last.php remain empty, it means the file system is denying access and returning a flag PHP doesn't understand. On Windows NT/2k/XP/2k3 the problem will occur with PHP 4.x if the var directory only has read permissions.
Set $BBC_DEBUG = ""; in config.php to turn off debug mode again.
BBClone 0.4.9c debug mode:
It seems that BBClone has successfully written to file access.php. If you keep getting this message despite access.php and last.php remain empty, it means the file system is denying access and returning a flag PHP doesn't understand. On Windows NT/2k/XP/2k3 the problem will occur with PHP 4.x if the var directory only has read permissions.
Set $BBC_DEBUG = ""; in config.php to turn off debug mode again.
BBClone 0.4.9c debug mode:
It seems that BBClone has successfully written to file last.php. If you keep getting this message despite access.php and last.php remain empty, it means the file system is denying access and returning a flag PHP doesn't understand. On Windows NT/2k/XP/2k3 the problem will occur with PHP 4.x if the var directory only has read permissions.
Set $BBC_DEBUG = ""; in config.php to turn off debug mode again.