can you check with your hosting provider that the function parse_ini_file is enabled on your server? or you can try create a php file <?php var_dump(function_exists('parse_ini_file')); ?> and write here the output
Charles, I was checking that the function parse_ini_file is available on your server and it is. So the issue must be that PHP doesn ot have access to it… could you maybe try to chmod with 755 or so? not sure what is the problem…
I deleted my file and replaced it by the one you mentionned (without any modification ; should I change anything before uploading it?) but I’m still getting the same problem as you can see here: http://les-yeux-du-monde.fr/piwik/
Sorry for my late answer, I’ve been trying to modify the privieges for ‘10.0.95.19’ but I don’t even what it refers to.
I have been through my phpmyadmin dashboard but I was unable to find something helpful
I already have some table working, so I guess I should not CREATE any new table, just modify some permissions right?
Could you explain to me how I should proceed? I am a real newbie here.