Concrete cannot parse the PATH_INFO or ORIG_PATH_INFO - again

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Hi,
I've noticed that this is a common problem and there are many answers but i've been trying for hours now and nothing seems to be working.

please help :)

phpinfo url:

http://www.karmelicka52.eu/webdev/concrete/info.php...

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Mnkras replied on at Permalink Reply
Mnkras
workin on it
funktional replied on at Permalink Reply
I hope that You will be able to help me out. Today i tried again, and again nothing helped. The strangest thing is that i've also installed drupal and it works just fine. But i would prefer to use concrete rather than drupal.
Mnkras replied on at Permalink Reply
Mnkras
yea i believe it is a problem with the checking, i have reproduced it
funktional replied on at Permalink Reply
It might be, do you have an idea how to override IT? I've already tried modyfing both the request.php and httacess and some other file in a few different ways, each time on a fresh install so i wouldn't mess anything.
scalait replied on at Permalink Reply
scalait
Any news on this?
ianus replied on at Permalink Reply
I have resolved by uncompress it directly in the server and add the php5.ini file with the content:
cgi.fix_pathinfo = 1


Additional information in the GoDaddy Help Page:
http://help.godaddy.com/topic/769/article/4675?locale=en...

Now it's working! ;)
MVS replied on at Permalink Reply
Hello,

I have installed an earlier version of Concrete5 on my shared webspace in the past with success. These installation is running without problems and it´s updated to the last version C5.5.1. Everthing´s nice.

I started another installation with C 5.5.1 on the same webhoster, but now it´s failing because of the "Cannot parse the PATH_INFO or ORIG_PATH_INFO"- Problem.

It´s not possible to have access to the root an the php5.ini-file, so I couldn´t solve this problem with "cgi.fix_pathinfo =1".

What can I do else to run C5 again?

Thanks.
MVS replied on at Permalink Reply
I found the problem, it was another problem of the server-configuration...
ewspencer replied on at Permalink Reply
Just downloaded concrete5.5.1 and encountered same problem. I scanned the document tree and found possible cause in source file /concrete5/concrete/libraries/request.php

Line 86 $path = Request::parsePathFromRequest('ORIG_PATH_INFO');
Line 89 $path = Request::parsePathFromRequest('PATH_INFO');

I presume the tokens ORIG_PATH_INFO and PATH_INFO must be constants. Bound by quotes they're interpreted as string literals.

I removed the quotes from both tokens, saved the file, and requested the default startup Url. The screen loaded correctly and all required tests passed.

Onward with installation...

// EWS
dika replied on at Permalink Reply
dika
This can't definitely be the reason.
If you have a look at the code of parsePathFromRequest($var) you will see that it is combined to $_SERVER[$var] and normally both ways result in $_SERVER[INFO_PATH] or $_SERVER['INFO_PATH'] which ist also the same (I'm running Win server 2003 with php 5.3)

What helped in my case was to add this as first line to index.php:
$_SERVER['ORIG_PATH_INFO'] = $_SERVER['HTTP_X_REWRITE_URL'];

Most of you will not be able to do this, because you will not find $_SERVER['HTTP_X_REWRITE_URL']. This is generated by an url rewriting tool (ISAPI-Rewrite by Helicon) which I use for other services.

But this one lead me to the idea that you can also try something like that adding as first line:
$_SERVER['ORIG_PATH_INFO'] = $_SERVER['REQUEST_URI'];
or
$_SERVER['ORIG_PATH_INFO'] = $_SERVER['REDIRECT_URL'];
or even
$_SERVER['ORIG_PATH_INFO'] = $_SERVER['PHP_SELF'];
maybe works.
I tested none of them as I'm satisfied by my solution, but maybe one of you can benefit
kamioool replied on at Permalink Reply
$_SERVER['ORIG_PATH_INFO'] = $_SERVER['REDIRECT_URL'];

Thanks, im use home.pl server - looking on all forum try php5.ini htaccess and evrything else - u help me!