Error message: invalid config/module.ini file


#1

Hi,
After installing Omeka-S v1.2.0 (the one proposed on the home page) at a host with FTP (unzipped packages), none of the installed S modules are active : CSV, IIIF, OAI, Advanced search, RDF, Universal Viewer, bfm. All return the “Error message: invalid config/module.ini file”.
Indeed, in their module.ini file, all modules omeka_version_constraint = “^1.0.0”
Should I understand that I must install the 2017’s release v1.0.0. ?
Thank you in advance for the answer,
O. Jacquot


#2

Nope, the ^ in those version constraints means something close to “at least this version” (it’s slightly more complicated than than but not important for this question).

Invalid config/module.ini file probably means in this case something like the server can’t read the file, so I’d check file permissions first.


#3

Unfortunately, including Read, Write, and Execute permissions on the remote FTP site doesn’t change anything. The error persists.


#4

The folder name of each module must be exactly its name, without “master”, etc, and in the same case.


#5

Of all the modules, only one folder had a version number that had been deleted. But some module names had capital letters. The modification did not “open” the permissions…


#6

Can you send a screenshot of your module directory?


#7

I just wanted to say that I solved the problem by restarting the download process (for the 6th time), unzipping at home (since with FileZilla I can’t unzipped on the remote server) and after giving access (full control) before the FTP transfer and then, miraculously, the modules turned out to be downloaded and installed!

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Anyway, thank you for still worrying about the problem,
O. Jacquot