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Fatal error: Call to undefined method: stdClass->onAuthenticate() in /home/sitename/libraries/joomla/user/authentication.php on line 121 (Joomla! 1.5)

When trying to log into the backend after entering the username and password and as soon as you click on login, I get the following error. Fatal error: Call to undefined method: stdClass->onAuthenticate() in /home/sitename/libraries/joomla/user/authentication.php on line 121 (Joomla! 1.5)

Solution

Change the file permissions of the plugin folder to at least 755. And try again and the backend should load perfectly

When trying to log into the administrator page after entering the username and password and as soon as you click on login ….. this error will comes..Fatal error: Call to undefined method stdClass::onAuthenticate() in /home/optisol/public_html/onlinecourse/libraries/joomla/user/authentication.php on line 121

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Did you try changing the permissions of the plugin folder?
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how to find this comment {Did you try changing the permissions of the plugin folder? }
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I have the exact same error and chmod on plugins didn\’t work for me. I even did this to make sure all perms were correct:

find . -type f -exec chmod 644 {} \\;
find . -type d -exec chmod 755 {} \\;

and I put unzipped a fresh copy of joomla on top and that didn\’t work. Any other ideas on this?

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Anonymous wrote:
I have the exact same error and chmod on plugins didn\’t work for me. I even did this to make sure all perms were correct:

find . -type f -exec chmod 644 {} \;
find . -type d -exec chmod 755 {} \;

and I put unzipped a fresh copy of joomla on top and that didn\’t work. Any other ideas on this?

Maybe check the ownership of the folder, chown apache:apache or chmod to 777 for testing purposes to make absulutely sure the permissions aren\’t the issue

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i have the same problem of the erro while tring to login to my site project so;
Where exactly do the File Permisions of plugin folder found? i tried to look for it but i cannot see it.
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Use a application with the name FileZilla and then FTP to your files. Right click on the Plugin folder and click on Permissions.
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Last Updated On April 06, 2018

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