[TYPO3] now looking to simply remove an extension manually
alex at tekdevelopment.com
Fri Apr 21 22:18:14 CEST 2006
You can disable the extension by manually editing the localconf.php file
and removing it from your list of loaded extensions. Then, make sure to
delete the temp files in your typo3conf directory. You can safely delete
any files in typo3conf whose filenames begin with 'temp_'
David Banning wrote:
>I have the error;
>PHP Fatal error: Cannot instantiate non-existent class:
> tx_ameoshtmlheader_pi1 in
>So now my idea is to simply remove the ameoshtmlheader extension manually.
>I have moved the ./ext/ameoshtmlheader directory into another world
>but I still get the same apache error. Any help to remove this extension
>manually would be great.
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