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#34923 Class 'FOF40\Container\Container' not found

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EIF

I made a backup from my online website. I restored it locally. Then I have update the website, extensions, etc, including Joomla update and Akeeba update. Next I made a backup from the local website. But after restoring it online, I got this "Class 'FOF40\Container\Container' not found" message.

I can't connect to the frontend, nor the backend. I read many articles online about a solution for this, but nothing works.

Can you please help me out with this?

 

EIF

Never mind.

I restored a old backup on my live website. There I update Joomla and Akeeba to the latest version. Aftter that I restored my local backup. That worked.

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