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  • vtpcwizard2
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    Fatal error: Call to undefined method Link to this post

    Am getting the following error:

    Fatal error: Call to undefined method Controller::currentcontroller() in /home/mysite/public_html/ss/forum-v0.1.2/code/Forum.php on line 155

    This is a newly installed v 2.0.3 site. Help? Thanks!

  • Willr
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    Re: Fatal error: Call to undefined method Link to this post

    vtpcwizard2 - Forum 0.1 is quite out of date. Try using the 0.2 release listed (its a sticky post at the top)

  • sysyphus
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    Re: Fatal error: Call to undefined method Link to this post

    Yeah I'm getting the same error, I'm using silverstripe v2.3.0 and the 0.2 realease of the forum. I've installed that on a freshly built home server using Apache2 and PHP5 and the latest stable MySQL build

  • sysyphus
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    Re: Fatal error: Call to undefined method Link to this post

    I worked out how to fix my problem, I changed to the reversedsky theme, with that them are a bunch of folders for customising the forum: css, images and templates. once I copied them across to my forum directory I got everything working.

  • xpcontact
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    Re: Fatal error: Call to undefined method Link to this post

    Hi,
    I got the same problem, could you please help me out to fix it ? I did use the latest version.
    I did like SS, and I hope I get fix this error to continue learning it
    Thanks in advance

  • maksfeltrin
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    Re: Fatal error: Call to undefined method Link to this post

    Controller::currentController() has been replaced by Controller::curr()

  • Heike-san
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    Re: Fatal error: Call to undefined method Link to this post

    I have the same problem though I recently upgraded my website to the most recent version of SilverStripe (2.3.3) and thus my existing forum module (the old v 0.1) isn't very happy, can I upgrade this module without losing the data ?

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