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  • Rohit Jain replied on the discussion topic Fatal Error from Tutor LMS - how to recover?
    Thanks a million!! That worked and I am in business with both Tutor LMS and Lessons.  Just a question though. I notice that for a course or lesson you can add just one file. In the use case we have a lesson may have multiple documents -... view reply
  • Rohit Jain replied on the discussion topic Fatal Error from Tutor LMS - how to recover?
    Thanks for responding Rodolfo!  I don't know how to paste an image since it does not allow me to. You seem to have been able to do that. But in R2.3.16 it shows the conflict in that pop-up box you have above. The difference is that the... view reply
  • Rohit Jain replied on the discussion topic Fatal Error from Tutor LMS - how to recover?
    Nikolai, My intention with using LTS was to get Tutor LMS to work since it is supposed to work in that release, so I can test out the functionality it provides. I would like to use its functionality and that of Lessons which is a plugin for Tutor... view reply
  • Rohit Jain replied on the discussion topic Fatal Error from Tutor LMS - how to recover?
    I did and he did not respond :-( view reply
  • Rohit Jain replied on the discussion topic Fatal Error from Tutor LMS - how to recover?
    Hi, Thanks a lot for your response. Sorry for the delayed response due to Christmas, etc.  I was using the Tutor LMS 1.01 release in Elgg 3.3.14. However, it says that Tutor LMS 1.01 is supposed to work with Elgg 2.3... view reply
  • Rohit Jain added a new discussion topic Fatal Error with File Tools plugin in the group Elgg Technical Support
    I tried another plugin File Tools. When I go to upload files that is supposed to trigger File Tools, it returns a Fatal Error as well. Now, I have only tried two external plugins, File Tools and LMS Tutor, and both have resulted in Fatal Errors...
    • I think you're using the plugin on a version of Elgg which isn't supported by the plugin.

      File tools isn't compatible with Elgg 3.x, because we haven't had a need for it to be updated.

      If you wish for it to be updated contact us at info@coldtrick.com and we can discuss what would be involved to update the plugin (time / costs).

  • Rohit Jain replied on the discussion topic Fatal Error from Tutor LMS - how to recover?
    BTW, I found out that if I moved the Tutor LMS plugin out of the mod directory, I was able to get back in without the fatal error. view reply
  • Rohit Jain added a new discussion topic Fatal Error from Tutor LMS - how to recover? in the group Elgg Technical Support
    Hi folks, I am a newbie to Elgg. I have the 3.3.13 version of Elgg installed. I wanted to try out the Tutor LMS plugin. But as soon as I activated it I got the fatal error as you can see below. I don't know how to recover from this....
    • As I said, I am afraid to deactivate aalborg_theme since it gave me a fatal error that I did not know how to recover from and had to reinstall Elgg. This time I would lose some work I have done in it.

      If you can wait, I can give it a quick look tomorrow under 2.3.16, which is the one I should be using.

    • Thanks a million!! That worked and I am in business with both Tutor LMS and Lessons. 

      Just a question though. I notice that for a course or lesson you can add just one file. In the use case we have a lesson may have multiple documents - document, video, image, even sound file. In effect the ability to load a folder vs a file. The File Tools plugin provides some of that capability on the Files tab. However, it expects end users (teachers in my case) to zip the files up, something they are not tech savvy to do, and it does not support some formats, such as Google docs that teachers often use. Ideally, it would associate a folder structure for a lesson with other folders or files in it. 

      I am asking for a lot :-(

    • I notice that for a course or lesson you can add just one file. In the use case we have a lesson may have multiple documents -

      It should be easy to allow multiple uploads, it will require to change the upload button to "multiple" and loop through the files in the action.

      Ideally, it would associate a folder structure for a lesson with other folders or files in it. 

      Alternatively, instead of uploading the files via lessons' plugin, you could embed them with the files plugin. If you need folder structure, I strongly suggest you to try this plugin:

      https://github.com/ColdTrick/file_tools