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kidtroopa
Re: Viewing Changes to CSS Theme Pages
  • 2006/8/3 1:54

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View the following FAQ for instructions. Pretty much all you will need to do is delete the temp files in the "temporary_c" folder. Keep any "index.html" files that are present.

https://xoops.org/modules/smartfaq/faq.php?faqid=201



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kidtroopa
Re: php5 compatability
  • 2005/10/29 12:08

  • kidtroopa

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Thanks for the link bennie. If I find anything...I'll make sure to share the info.



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kidtroopa
Re: php5 compatability
  • 2005/10/29 6:13

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I am receiving the following error when running the WF-Section module on PHP5:

PHP Fatal error: Cannot re-assign $this in C:\\***\\modules\\wfsection\\admin\\index.php on line 33

Would those variable changes mentioned correct this issue? And if so...what file(s) will I find them in? I'm a newbie to XOOPS and PHP programming



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kidtroopa
Re: xoopsgallery + Fatal error [HELP NEEDED]
  • 2005/10/29 6:01

  • kidtroopa

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You will receive the same error for the WF-Section module if you are running PHP5 as well.

PHP Fatal error: Cannot re-assign $this in C:\\*****\\modules\\wfsection\\admin\\index.php on line 33

Were you able to find a solution?



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kidtroopa
Re: Change Main Menu, Add & Subtract Something to Main Menu
  • 2005/10/17 5:59

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Is there a way to actually change how the links are displayed in the main menu? For instance....instead of Liaise...I would like the link to read Feedback. What file(s) does it pull the $link.title from?



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kidtroopa
Re:Can't login after install
  • 2005/10/16 9:53

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You pointed me in the right direction. I followed your instructions...but noticed my session.cookie_domain wasn't set. However, I did notice that the follwoing was set "session.cookie_path = \". I simply changed that to "session.cookie_path = /" and that worked for me. Great work!!



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Re: Will not go past the database test installation step......
  • 2005/10/16 9:10

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Everything you stated in regards to the paths was already done. As far as using PHPMyAdmin, when developing a website offline I always like to mimick both environments as much as possible....and since my hosting company utilizes PHPMyAdmin...so will I.

What I did to resolve the issue was revert back to the "mysql" extension vice "mysqli" ....and ensured all the appropriate extensions were being loaded. I am good to go now. I can now login, however, receive an access denied error when trying to view the various pages. No biggie, I've seen the solution for that in other posts. Thanks for all you help guys.



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kidtroopa
Re: Will not go past the database test installation step......
  • 2005/10/15 16:25

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Wiped out the database and recreated a new one with a new name.....and I also wiped out the XOOPS files and unzipped a fresh batch as well. Unfortunately.....that still didn't fix the issue. I don't receive any errors in the server logs...but still receive a blank page after confirming the database setup. I will now have to look at my installations of PHP and MySQL to see if anything jumps out at me as being possibly wrong. Other than that...I'm clueless without any errors to work with.



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Re: Will not go past the database test installation step......
  • 2005/10/15 15:55

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I will give that a shot. Thanks.



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Re: Will not go past the database test installation step......
  • 2005/10/15 15:42

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Thank you both for the quick reply.

1) Other than logging into PHPMyAdmin with the account that I created successfully...how else can I test connectivity to the database?

2) Yup, I checked the error logs and this was present:

PHP Fatal error: MySQL extension not loaded in C:\\www\\class\\database\\mysqldatabase.php on line 74, referer: http://localhost/install/index.php

Sure enough, the WAMP instructions I had followed...had me change the MySQL extension to "mysqli" vice the default "mysql". I went ahead and made the appropriate change on line 74 in the mysqldatabase.php file and it resolved that error. I am no longer receiving that error when I click next, however, I am still receiving a blank page and no new errors. If you someone can tell me how to test the connectivity to the database manually...it would be greatly appreciated. Thanks again.




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