Error compressing web download and open in Localhost

I get this error, after compressing my website and decompressing in Localhost.

PHP %s to run.’, $ver, req)); } if (PHP_SAPI === 'cli-server' && !isset(_SERVER[‘PHP_CLI_ROUTER’])) { die("PHP webserver requires a router to run Grav, please use:

php -S {_SERVER['SERVER_NAME']}:{_SERVER[‘SERVER_PORT’]} system/router.php

“); } // Ensure vendor libraries exist $autoload = DIR . ‘/vendor/autoload.php’; if (!is_file($autoload)) { die('Please run: bin/grav install '); } // Register the auto-loader. $loader = require $autoload; use Grav\Common\Grav; use RocketTheme\Toolbox\Event\Event; // Set timezone to default, falls back to system if php.ini not set date_default_timezone_set(@date_default_timezone_get()); // Set internal encoding if mbstring loaded if (!\extension_loaded(‘mbstring’)) { die(”‘mbstring’ extension is not loaded. This is required for Grav to run correctly"); } mb_internal_encoding(‘UTF-8’); // Get the Grav instance $grav = Grav::instance( array( ‘loader’ => $loader ) ); // Process the page try { $grav->process(); } catch (\Error $e) { $grav->fireEvent(‘onFatalException’, new Event(array(‘exception’ => $e))); throw $e; } catch (\Exception $e) { $grav->fireEvent(‘onFatalException’, new Event(array(‘exception’ => $e))); throw $e; }

For what is this?

How can I solve it?


If you compress a Grav Site, make sure that hidden files (e.g. .htaccess) are included in the archive. You are on the secure side, if you use Tar instead of Zip.

tar -cvzf archive.tgz path_to_website


cd target_path
tar -xvzf archive.tgz