I have ignosed and see the file ffmeg is there in the usr/bin folder. But I am not able to access it using the the path in my script. Is there any restrictions. If yes please help me to remove it
This may be caused by the php manager-> disable function that disables the function that needs to be used
please try to remove some disabled function all try to remove all
I removed the functions but still its not working
try to close open_basedir?
aaPanel_Jose how to close open_basedir
FFmpeg binary does not exist on path: ./usr/bin/ffmpeg error occurs
Issue Resolved after thjs. Thanks.
aaPanel_Jose And I have the same problem
And I have the same problem
Thank you I have solved the problem
murshid99 fix https://youtu.be/PMHurSaWlUo
ameenhamed Using this solution is already impossible aapanel does not allow putting the websites in / bin
please give a proper instruction @aaPanel_Jose
its working me. iam using centos7
try the below solutions and post which script are you using.
I could install it, that's not the issue.
My problem is exactly like @murshid99
when I am trying to access the binary file using my php script, it gives an error that the binary file is not available in the given path "/usr/bin/ffmpeg
I am using this script
@aaPanel_Jose Please help us out.
@aapanel_sniper Can I expect any help on this from you?
I fixed it myself.
just copy the ffmpeg file from /usr/bin/ffmpeg
then replace the script's ffmpeg with this file.