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CSRF Attack error on package build

I am trying to build my first deployment package and I keep getting the above error. I have gone through and completed the steps detailed in the articles I have found involving increase the php_value post_max_size and the php_value upload_max_filesize. I have also increased the values for file uploads in the php.ini file.

I have checked the config to see where my logs should be kept and there are no logs there. I have checked and logging is turned on. I have checked the syslog and the mysql logs for any errors there and have found none. I have also checked the apache error log and the only issue there is " PHP Warning:  Use of undefined constant key - assumed 'key' (this will throw an Error in a future version of PHP) in /usr/share/ocsinventory-reports/ocsreports/require/function_config_generale.php on line 137, referer:"

I am running version 2.6 on Ubuntu 18.04LTS. 

Any suggestions greatly appreciated.

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Hi, if i using search, found this


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Thanks @toutafait. I did find that and worked through it. I have found what I missed. The configuration file that is referenced is not in the OCS directory. In my case, it was actually located in the /etc/apache2/configs-enabled directory. Updating the versions in the OCS directories - both in /var/lib and in /var/www - did not update this, it looks like a stand-alone file.
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