Sometime ago I have noticed that Piwigo is throwing this error:
Deprecated: preg_replace(): The /e modifier is deprecated, use preg_replace_callback instead in /var/www/html/images/admin/include/themes.class.php on line 697
flooding the screen when I was logged in as administrator and messing with the Administration settings (and not only). It caused absolutely nothing beside the flood of error messages. I searched for help and could not find anything. It was weird since I had error_reporting set to false in /etc/php/php.ini. Olgierd helped me by pointing out line 104 in file common.inc.php (@ini_set(‘display_errors’, true);) in the Piwigo installation folder.
In my case the file was located in the:
but general rule of thumb is:
inside Your Piwigo installation folder.
Use Your favorite text editor (as root) and change the line from:
and then restart the httpd service.
Few days ago after upgrading from Piwigo 2.6.0 to 2.6.1 error was back and I had to search for the solution in my IM logs which was a major PITA – hence this post. I suppose this will be something I will have to deal with after some (if not each) upgrades but now that I have easy access to a solution and I know what needs to be done I see no problem with that.