Zoneminder 1.32 on ubuntu server 18.04

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fontes31
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Zoneminder 1.32 on ubuntu server 18.04

Post by fontes31 » Mon Oct 01, 2018 9:27 pm

Hi,

I installed the zoneminder 1.32 on ubuntu server 18.04 with shell script but had this error after http://ip:zm/

how can i solve this?

<?php
//
// ZoneMinder main web interface file, $Date$, $Revision$
// Copyright (C) 2001-2008 Philip Coombes
//
// This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
// modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License
// as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2
// of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
//
// This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
// but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
// MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
// GNU General Public License for more details.
//
// You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
// along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
// Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA.
//

error_reporting( E_ALL );

$debug = false;
if ( $debug )
{
// Use these for debugging, though not both at once!
phpinfo( INFO_VARIABLES );
//error_reporting( E_ALL );
}

// Use new style autoglobals where possible
if ( version_compare( phpversion(), "4.1.0", "<") )
{
$_SESSION = &$HTTP_SESSION_VARS;
$_SERVER = &$HTTP_SERVER_VARS;
}

// Useful debugging lines for mobile devices
if ( false )
{
ob_start();
phpinfo( INFO_VARIABLES );
$fp = fopen( "/tmp/env.html", "w" );
fwrite( $fp, ob_get_contents() );
fclose( $fp );
ob_end_clean();
}

require_once( 'includes/config.php' );
require_once( 'includes/logger.php' );
require_once( 'includes/Server.php' );
require_once( 'includes/Storage.php' );
require_once( 'includes/Monitor.php' );

if ( isset($_SERVER["HTTPS"]) && $_SERVER["HTTPS"] == 'on' )
{
$protocol = 'https';
}
else
{
$protocol = 'http';
}
define( "ZM_BASE_PROTOCOL", $protocol );

// Absolute URL's are unnecessary and break compatibility with reverse proxies
// define( "ZM_BASE_URL", $protocol.'://'.$_SERVER['HTTP_HOST'] );

// Use relative URL's instead
define( "ZM_BASE_URL", "" );

// Check time zone is set
if (!ini_get('date.timezone') || !date_default_timezone_set(ini_get('date.timezone'))) {
date_default_timezone_set('UTC');
Fatal( "ZoneMinder is not installed properly: php's date.timezone is not set to a valid timezone" );
}

if ( isset($_GET['skin']) )
$skin = $_GET['skin'];
elseif ( isset($_COOKIE['zmSkin']) )
$skin = $_COOKIE['zmSkin'];
elseif ( defined('ZM_SKIN_DEFAULT') )
$skin = ZM_SKIN_DEFAULT;
else
$skin = "classic";

$skins = array_map( 'basename', glob('skins/*',GLOB_ONLYDIR) );
if ( ! in_array( $skin, $skins ) ) {
Error( "Invalid skin '$skin' setting to " . $skins[0] );
$skin = $skins[0];
}

if ( isset($_GET['css']) )
$css = $_GET['css'];
elseif ( isset($_COOKIE['zmCSS']) )
$css = $_COOKIE['zmCSS'];
elseif (defined('ZM_CSS_DEFAULT'))
$css = ZM_CSS_DEFAULT;
else
$css = "classic";

$css_skins = array_map( 'basename', glob('skins/'.$skin.'/css/*',GLOB_ONLYDIR) );
if ( ! in_array( $css, $css_skins ) ) {
Error( "Invalid skin css '$css' setting to " . $css_skins[0] );
$css = $css_skins[0];
}

define( "ZM_BASE_PATH", dirname( $_SERVER['REQUEST_URI'] ) );
define( "ZM_SKIN_NAME", $skin );
define( "ZM_SKIN_PATH", "skins/$skin" );

$skinBase = array(); // To allow for inheritance of skins
if ( !file_exists( ZM_SKIN_PATH ) )
Fatal( "Invalid skin '$skin'" );
$skinBase[] = $skin;

$currentCookieParams = session_get_cookie_params();
Debug('Setting cookie parameters to lifetime('.$currentCookieParams['lifetime'].') path('.$currentCookieParams['path'].') domain ('.$currentCookieParams['domain'].') secure('.$currentCookieParams['secure'].') httpOnly(1)');
session_set_cookie_params(
$currentCookieParams["lifetime"],
$currentCookieParams["path"],
$currentCookieParams["domain"],
$currentCookieParams["secure"],
true
);

ini_set( "session.name", "ZMSESSID" );

session_start();

if ( !isset($_SESSION['skin']) || isset($_REQUEST['skin']) || !isset($_COOKIE['zmSkin']) || $_COOKIE['zmSkin'] != $skin )
{
$_SESSION['skin'] = $skin;
setcookie( "zmSkin", $skin, time()+3600*24*30*12*10 );
}

if ( !isset($_SESSION['css']) || isset($_REQUEST['css']) || !isset($_COOKIE['zmCSS']) || $_COOKIE['zmCSS'] != $css ) {
$_SESSION['css'] = $css;
setcookie( "zmCSS", $css, time()+3600*24*30*12*10 );
}

if ( ZM_OPT_USE_AUTH )
if ( isset( $_SESSION['user'] ) )
$user = $_SESSION['user'];
else
unset( $user );
else
$user = $defaultUser;

require_once( 'includes/lang.php' );
require_once( 'includes/functions.php' );
require_once( 'includes/csrf/csrf-magic.php' );

# Add Cross domain access headers
CORSHeaders();

// Check for valid content dirs
if ( !is_writable(ZM_DIR_EVENTS) || !is_writable(ZM_DIR_IMAGES) )
{
Error( "Cannot write to content dirs('".ZM_DIR_EVENTS."','".ZM_DIR_IMAGES."'). Check that these exist and are owned by the web account user");
}

if ( isset($_REQUEST['view']) )
$view = detaintPath($_REQUEST['view']);

if ( isset($_REQUEST['request']) )
$request = detaintPath($_REQUEST['request']);

if ( isset($_REQUEST['action']) )
$action = detaintPath($_REQUEST['action']);

foreach ( getSkinIncludes( 'skin.php' ) as $includeFile )
require_once $includeFile;

# The only variable we really need to set is action. The others are informal.
isset($view) || $view = NULL;
isset($request) || $request = NULL;
isset($action) || $action = NULL;

if ( ZM_ENABLE_CSRF_MAGIC && $action != 'login' ) {
Debug("Calling csrf_check with the following values: \$request = \"$request\", \$view = \"$view\", \$action = \"$action\"");
csrf_check();
}

require_once( 'includes/actions.php' );

# If I put this here, it protects all views and popups, but it has to go after actions.php because actions.php does the actual logging in.
if ( ZM_OPT_USE_AUTH && ! isset($user) && $view != 'login' ) {
$view = 'login';
}

# Only one request can open the session file at a time, so let's close the session here to improve concurrency.
# Any file/page that uses the session must re-open it.
session_write_close();

if ( isset( $_REQUEST['request'] ) )
{
foreach ( getSkinIncludes( 'ajax/'.$request.'.php', true, true ) as $includeFile )
{
if ( !file_exists( $includeFile ) )
Fatal( "Request '$request' does not exist" );
require_once $includeFile;
}
return;
}
else
{
if ( $includeFiles = getSkinIncludes( 'views/'.$view.'.php', true, true ) )
{
foreach ( $includeFiles as $includeFile )
{
if ( !file_exists( $includeFile ) )
Fatal( "View '$view' does not exist" );
require_once $includeFile;
}
// If the view overrides $view to 'error', and the user is not logged in, then the
// issue is probably resolvable by logging in, so provide the opportunity to do so.
// The login view should handle redirecting to the correct location afterward.
if ( $view == 'error' && !isset($user) )
{
$view = 'login';
foreach ( getSkinIncludes( 'views/login.php', true, true ) as $includeFile )
require_once $includeFile;
}
}
// If the view is missing or the view still returned error with the user logged in,
// then it is not recoverable.
if ( !$includeFiles || $view == 'error' )
{
foreach ( getSkinIncludes( 'views/error.php', true, true ) as $includeFile )
require_once $includeFile;
}
}
?>

MoOz
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Re: Zoneminder 1.32 on ubuntu server 18.04

Post by MoOz » Tue Oct 02, 2018 12:18 am

Is this a new install ?
and a clean disk ?

fontes31
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Re: Zoneminder 1.32 on ubuntu server 18.04

Post by fontes31 » Tue Oct 02, 2018 9:02 pm

i had 1.29 before and ubuntu 16.04
After upgrading to 18.04 zoneminder 1.29 stopped working and i uninstalled and tried 1.32

bbunge
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Re: Zoneminder 1.32 on ubuntu server 18.04

Post by bbunge » Tue Oct 02, 2018 9:43 pm


fontes31
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Re: Zoneminder 1.32 on ubuntu server 18.04

Post by fontes31 » Sun Oct 07, 2018 9:17 pm

Iam lost with this. How can i delete everything and do a clean install?

bbunge
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Re: Zoneminder 1.32 on ubuntu server 18.04

Post by bbunge » Mon Oct 08, 2018 1:08 am

fontes31 wrote:
Sun Oct 07, 2018 9:17 pm
Iam lost with this. How can i delete everything and do a clean install?
Easy, do a fresh install of Ubuntu.

dws
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Joined: Mon Jan 15, 2018 2:05 pm

Re: Zoneminder 1.32 on ubuntu server 18.04

Post by dws » Mon Oct 08, 2018 9:00 pm

check to make sure your timezone is set properly in /etc/php/7.[x]./php.ini

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