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#13693 getting error message on index.php

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marchy
Mandatory information about my setup:

Have I read the related troubleshooter articles above before posting (which pages?)? yes
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Joomla! version: (2.5.7)
PHP version: (5.3.6)
MySQL version: (unknown)
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Akeeba Backup version which took the backup: (svn1720)
Kickstart version used to extract the backup: (3.5.2)

Description of my issue:

I am restoring a site on a different server to test issues on it. When the restoration is done. I get this error message "Fatal error: Call to undefined method ZooHelper::putIndexFile() in /home3/methamp1/public_html/isabelboutin.com/administrator/components/com_zoo/config.php on line 62" and when I remove the "index.php" after the domain name. My site shows but some images are in the middle of the page and all internal link gives a 500 server error. You can see it at http://isabelboutin.com/

nicholas
Akeeba Staff
Manager
The index.php file is the main file of Joomla!. If you remove it Joomla no longer runs, at all. In any case, the error message you are getting indicates that something wrong happened with Zoo. Most likely it is because of a missing file.

First try extracting the backup locally, e.g. Using Akeeba eXtract Wizard, then upload all extracted files and folders except th configuration.php file and the installation directory to your restored site. If this doesn't help you will have to take a new backup and make sure there are no warnings about unreadable files and directories, then restore that backup instead.

Finally let me remind you that images not showing on the site usually indicates a problem with your .htaccess or the live_site setting in your configuration.php. Both are discussed in our troubleshooter.

Nicholas K. Dionysopoulos

Lead Developer and Director

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