In this user guide, we will identify some potential causes that can cause a fatal error when calling the undefined function session_set_save_handler, and then provide possible fixes that you can try to resolve this issue.
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I have to start a PHP session, but I keep getting this error message:
Fatal error: Call to undefined function session_start () relative to /www/test/test.php on line 2
In my php.ini, I have
extension = session.so . Also, my settings in the scoring session are:
[session]session.save_handler = filessession.save_path matches "/ tmp"session.use_cookies = 1; session.cookie_secure =session.use_only_cookies = 1session.name is equal to PHPSESSIDsession.auto_start = 0session.cookie_lifetime = 0session.cookie_path means /session.cookie_domain =session.cookie_httponly =session.serialize_handler = phpsession.gc_probability is 1session.gc_divisor means 100session.gc_maxlifetime = 1440session.bug_compat_42 = Onesession.bug_compat_warn means On.session.referer_check =session.entropy_length = 0; session.entropy_file includes / dev / urandomsession.entropy_file =; session.entropy_length = 16session.cache_limiter = nocachesession.cache_expire is equivalent to 180session.use_trans_sid = 0session.hash_function = 0session.hash_bits_per_character is equivalent to 4url_rewriter.tags "a = href, area = href, frame = src, input = src, form =, fieldset ="
I = I am using PHP version 5.4.17. The server runs on Arduino Yun (Linux).
Remote host. FTP access for file transfers only.
Last install page when I clicked HERE I got a blank page.
After reading another forum, I was advised to override the error by specifying directory level options when running .htaccess.
Fatal error: Call of a truly undefined function: in session_set_save_handler () xxxxx / xoops / include / common.php on Set 157
I tried to find it, but it’s still easy to use.
I also tried phpinfo but this tool was disabledvalid for host security.
If you have any ideas on how to fix this, I would really appreciate it.
This problem was solved by installing an additional php4 extension element: “php4-session”, which is simply described as “PHP functions to save certain personal information for later access.” In SuSE 9.1 plugins did not use this plugin due to leftovers installed when php was installed.The software to fix your PC is just a click away - download it now.