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  1. Did you get anywhere with finding a download?
  2. I'm not sure why you are being so hostile. X2 Version 7.1 supports PHP7+ which is great! But you told me the only way to get X2 Version 7.1 is to run 6.9 or 6.3 and update to 7.1. That means I need to downgrade php to something less than php7 in order to update it. This is frustrating since my build of freeBSD makes this difficult to do. I was just hoping for a link to download X2 ver7.1.
  3. Pretty straight forward except the lack of compatibility with php7+ which is what I was prepared to run.
  4. Hello, I am looking for the X2CRM download for anything higher than version 6.9. Last time I checked the sourceforge, that was the latest I could download. Also, github looks like it is only up to 6.9 despite the read me being updated to 7.1. Does anyone know where I can download it?
  5. After playing around, I discovered a few things. I ran this script: <?php print(sys_get_temp_dir()); ?>which output: /tmp/So, I commented out $ssp = ini_get('session.save_path');And instead put in: $ssp = '/tmp/';Now according to requirements.php I am all set. Except, when I try to open the login page for my site, it does not load. Error 500
  6. Hello, I am trying to create a new installation of x2 and when checking requirements.php, I get the following error: The path defined in session.save_path () is not writable. I know that this is an issue which has been covered before on the forums but I cannot get it to work despite the other solutions. My system is FreeBSD 11.2 running nginx and php71-fpm. The nginx user is www, php user is www and group www. Here is the snippet from my php.ini: session.save_path="/usr/local/tmp" Output of ls -l for /usr/local/tmp: drwxrwxrwt 2 nobody nogroup 2 Mar 8 10:48 tmp I have tried chmod
  7. Here is the error I get on every page every module other than the admin page: Stack trace: PHP warning in /home/altitude/www/crm/X2CRM-master/x2engine/protected/components/util/EncryptUtil.php(168) #0 /home/altitude/www/crm/X2CRM-master/x2engine/protected/components/util/EncryptUtil.php(168): openssl_decrypt() #1 /home/altitude/www/crm/X2CRM-master/x2engine/protected/components/behaviors/JSONEmbeddedModelFieldsBehavior.php(258): EncryptUtil->decrypt() #2 /home/altitude/www/crm/X2CRM-master/x2engine/protected/components/behaviors/TransformedFieldStorageBehavior.php(106): JSONEmbeddedMo
  8. I believe I had this error with cPanel before. If I am remembering correctly it was avoided by changing my PHP version before installing. After the installation I changed it back though without issues.
  9. +1 On this. I was about to post the same issue.
  10. Do you know what version of cpanel was causing the issue and what version you have now? I am having the exact same issue as you described also hosting using cpanel.
  11. Not to hijack this thread but when I said that the problem was still persisting it is because I believed that it was a bug in the X2crm software. I am not associated with the OP or wcc-tech.com but I am also having the problem on my domain when I had correctly configured ssl. Also, with ssl verification check disabled I am still receiving the same error which leads me to believe that there is some kind of bug. Is there anything more I should try to narrow down the source of the problem or am I just going to have to wait for a patch to fix this issue?
  12. Yes. Bump! This is a problem to date. Can someone please address this? I am trying out different CRM solutions and without this bug being fixed, I will have to go elsewhere.
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