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richinri
Re: XOOPS_TRUST_PATH error message - WHAT IS THE SECRET???
  • 2014/2/26 6:17

  • richinri

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Thanks!! But I got it reinstalled on WAMP and after some head banging I realized it isn't actually an error message...it just looks like one. It is telling me IF the image shows up and/or IF you click that link and a normal page shows (which tells you to move those directories) THEN you need to take action. I had moved my directories so the image WON'T show and the link will deliver a 404. Thanks for all the help!




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richinri
Re: XOOPS_TRUST_PATH error message - WHAT IS THE SECRET???
  • 2014/2/26 0:15

  • richinri

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What is PM? I am new. I agree I have always liked WAMP so decided to reinstall it and try again. Now before I reinstall Xoops and lose my friggin mind, is this message in phpmyadmin somehow involved?

The phpMyAdmin configuration storage is not completely configured, some extended features have been deactivated. To find out why click here.

I had it the last install but everything seemed to work just fine in the Xoops setup...all green checkmarks.



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richinri
Re: XOOPS_TRUST_PATH error message - WHAT IS THE SECRET???
  • 2014/2/25 20:14

  • richinri

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I deleted everything and will try with XAAMP instead of WAMP. I will get back to this thread after the install.



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Re: Installation issue
  • 2014/2/25 19:31

  • richinri

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My websites are on a reseller account where neither the choice of PHP version or Xoops is decided by me. They generally remain behind 1 or 2 versions of setups and PHP versions. So I have decided to just learn and develop Xoops locally on my machine so I can use the latest versions to avoid confusion. Thank you.



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Re: XOOPS_TRUST_PATH error message - WHAT IS THE SECRET???
  • 2014/2/25 19:04

  • richinri

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Thanks for the replies. I guess I wasn't clear. The path to my xoops installation is:

http://localhost/xoops-2.5.6/htdocs/

This advice given earlier:
move contents of C:/wamp/www/xoops-2.5.6/htdocs/xoops_lib to:
C:/wamp/richlib

and move the contents of C:/wamp/www/xoops-2.5.6/htdocs/xoops_data to:
C:/wamp/richdata

was done exactly as stated above and I still get this:
'XOOPS_TRUST_PATH' :
Check that PHP files inside TRUST_PATH are set to read-only (it must be 404,403 or 500 error)
If you can see an image -NG- or the link returns normal page, your XOOPS_TRUST_PATH is not placed properly. The best place for XOOPS_TRUST_PATH is outside of DocumentRoot. If you cannot do that, you have to put .htaccess (DENY FROM ALL) just under XOOPS_TRUST_PATH as the second best way. Note this message is in the Protector Module Security Advisor

Note when installing I got the green check mark to the moved and renamed directories of richdata and richlib

The /xoops_data and /xoops_lib directories are NOT in my htdocs directory. THIS is why I am baffled. The instructions said to move those directories AND rename them. Maybe the richdata and richlib directories should have /xoops_data and /xoops_lib with that name UNDER richdata and richlib? I also see part of the protector module remains under htdocs in the module directory.



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XOOPS_TRUST_PATH error message - WHAT IS THE SECRET???
  • 2014/2/25 9:42

  • richinri

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Accidentally posted in the 2.6 section - please delete that one.

CONSISTENT ERROR MESSAGE WITH 3 INSTALLATIONS - 2 DIFFERENT PEOPLE - 2 different machines:

Quote:
'XOOPS_TRUST_PATH' :
Check that PHP files inside TRUST_PATH are set to read-only (it must be 404,403 or 500 error)
If you can see an image -NG- or the link returns normal page, your XOOPS_TRUST_PATH is not placed properly. The best place for XOOPS_TRUST_PATH is outside of DocumentRoot. If you cannot do that, you have to put .htaccess (DENY FROM ALL) just under XOOPS_TRUST_PATH as the second best way.

Using the latest everything. Nothing I put in the mainfile.php works. The data and lib files are out of the root directory. Where is the instructions on how to fix this? The path to my installation is c:\wamp\www\xoops-2.5.6\htdocs

Here is the relevant section of the mainfile.php:

// Physical path to the XOOPS documents (served) directory WITHOUT trailing slash
define('XOOPS_ROOT_PATH''C:/wamp/www/xoops-2.5.6/htdocs');

// For forward compatibility
// Physical path to the XOOPS library directory WITHOUT trailing slash
define('XOOPS_PATH''C:/wamp/richlib');
// Physical path to the XOOPS datafiles (writable) directory WITHOUT trailing slash
define('XOOPS_VAR_PATH''C:/wamp/richdata');
// Alias of XOOPS_PATH, for compatibility, temporary solution
define("XOOPS_TRUST_PATH"XOOPS_PATH);



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richinri
Re: Installation issue
  • 2014/2/25 6:21

  • richinri

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I am using 2.5.6 but I am putting a hold on this. My online server only runs 2.51a at this time so I am going to switch to that version so I have less confusion while I am learning.



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richinri
Re: Installation issue
  • 2014/2/24 17:24

  • richinri

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I am away from that machine today but the BitNami install from this site's download page is what I installed 2 days ago. If that doesn't give you the info you need I will send it later. The content manager I asked about was from the link in Xoops.



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richinri
Installation issue
  • 2014/2/24 8:13

  • richinri

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  • Since: 2014/2/19


Ok, I am totally new. I run a newly installed Xoops. It says in the top corner:
To make content you must first install some module, like the fmContent or the Content module.

So I install the content module in the module directory......and it wont show up as installable in admin. As for fmContent......follow the link and try to figure out what to download....forget it.

UPDATE: I got it to install. I had to delete an extra directory at the top which the zip file installed automatically and just leave content as the top folder. Try to add content and there is no save button. Anyone worked with content module?



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Re: New Default Theme for XOOPS 2.5
  • 2014/2/24 6:51

  • richinri

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  • Since: 2014/2/19


Again, I am new but think I got on the bandwagon during some rapid transitions. What is bootstraps? Are you saying I should use this as the default?




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