I get this bug when I click next on first page of install

exec() [function.exec]: Unable to fork [df -T -t nfs “D:\hshome\doundo\serviceagroup.com\analytics\piwik/tmp/sessions” 2>&1]
in ‘D:\hshome\doundo\serviceagroup.com\analytics\piwik\core\Piwik.php’ at the line 2748

#0 Piwik_ErrorHandler(…) called at [:]
#1 exec(…) called at [D:\hshome\doundo\serviceagroup.com\analytics\piwik\core\Piwik.php:2748]
#2 Piwik::checkIfFileSystemIsNFS(…) called at [D:\hshome\doundo\serviceagroup.com\analytics\piwik\plugins\Installation\Controller.php:875]
#3 Piwik_Installation_Controller::getSystemInformation(…) called at [D:\hshome\doundo\serviceagroup.com\analytics\piwik\plugins\Installation\Controller.php:946]
#4 Piwik_Installation_Controller->setupSystemCheckView(…) called at [D:\hshome\doundo\serviceagroup.com\analytics\piwik\plugins\Installation\Controller.php:107]
#5 Piwik_Installation_Controller->systemCheck(…) called at [D:\hshome\doundo\serviceagroup.com\analytics\piwik\plugins\Installation\Installation.php:77]
#6 Piwik_Installation->dispatch(…) called at [:]
#7 call_user_func_array(…) called at [D:\hshome\doundo\serviceagroup.com\analytics\piwik\libs\Event\Dispatcher.php:213]
#8 Event_Dispatcher->addObserver(…) called at [D:\hshome\doundo\serviceagroup.com\analytics\piwik\core\PluginsManager.php:545]
#9 Piwik_PluginsManager->addPluginObservers(…) called at [D:\hshome\doundo\serviceagroup.com\analytics\piwik\core\PluginsManager.php:407]
#10 Piwik_PluginsManager->reloadPlugins(…) called at [D:\hshome\doundo\serviceagroup.com\analytics\piwik\core\PluginsManager.php:290]
#11 Piwik_PluginsManager->loadPlugins(…) called at [D:\hshome\doundo\serviceagroup.com\analytics\piwik\core\FrontController.php:267]
#12 Piwik_FrontController->init(…) called at [D:\hshome\doundo\serviceagroup.com\analytics\piwik\index.php:52]

Hi I found a way around this in my IIS 6.0 install on 2003 R2.

The IIS user needs read and execute access to cmd.exe. There must be some task using command to copy/setup.

Already fixed in trunk, you can ignore the message for now

Hi,

When you say we can ignore this message - it won’t go any further ??? How do we get round it ?

Thanks

Ed

add a @ in front of @exec

at line: core\Piwik.php’ at the line 2748

Excellent - Thanks.

Line 2748 is:

exec($command, $output, $returnCode);

needs to be replaced with

@exec($command, $output, $returnCode);

Ed