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anderssk

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Posted on: 2010/10/2 21:19
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#11

Re: XOOPS 2.5 Beta Released - For Testing

The guide in first step shows the directory's witch has to be writeable
The new file is shown with backslash instead of normal slash

xoops_datadatasecure.php


anderssk

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Posted on: 2010/10/2 21:02
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Re: XOOPS 2.5 Beta Released - For Testing

/install / language / english / welcome.php

<ul>     <li>WWW Server (<a href="http://www.apache.org/" rel="external">Apache</a>, IISRoxenetc)</li>     <li><a href="http://www.php.net/" rel="external">PHP</a4.3.0 or higher (5.2 or higher recommended)</li>     <li><a href="http://www.mysql.com/" rel="external">MySQL</a3.23 or higher (4.1 or higher recommended)</li> </ul>


Need to be updated with at least php version


anderssk

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Posted on: 2010/8/18 7:31
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#13

Re: Permissions issues

This could be an interresting thread

The question is:
How do you manage permissions, user-groups and users?

As I see it, you want to ad users into groups and add permissions to groups. One user one group.
If a members don't want to have PM, you move them from "Registered users" group to NPM group - is that right?

That will kill you in user-administration (depending of the amount of users)

If XOOPS did have a deny-permission you could add a deny permission for PM module in the NPM group and add that group to users there don't want PM.

My advise (and best practice in RBAC)
Let all users be "Registered users" and remove PM from "Registered users" group.
Create a PM group with access to PM module.
Add all users to PM group (one user -> many groups)
If someone don't want the PM, you just move them out of the PM group.



anderssk

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Posted on: 2010/6/21 13:55
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#14

Re: 2 xoops portal 1 database?

You can also redirect one of the domains to the other.
Then use the permissions/usergroups for showing blocks (module access) and xlanguage for the language.

Alternatively redirect one domain to a subdomain on the other domain, but then the users have to use two logons ore You can create a Cron-job to copy useres from one MySQL DB to the other..

Multisite have many core hacks, so you can end up with version 2.4.4 and no oppertunity for upgrade to newer versions of XOOPS.



anderssk

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Posted on: 2010/6/18 12:18
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#15

Re: Log Off Button Missing

Is it in the block "Usermenu" that the button is missing?
Is the other links available in the menu (Administration etc.)


anderssk

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Posted on: 2010/6/16 9:23
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#16

Re: backup & restore best practices

I have a nice little script for Cpanel.
It creates the full backup of mail, DB and files as You can do inside the Cpanel userinterface.

In the Script, there are the settings to my own FTP-server.
My FTP-server runs on my workstation, but when I bye a NAS-server i will send the backup to that trough a Cron-job.
It is a full backup and not a incremential backup.

Is there so many Cpanel-users that a module is needed?


Adminsection with
1) Values for Cpanel useraccounts/pwd
2) Option to clear the cache before taking backup
3) Values for FTP server, user/pwd
4) SFTP (secure ftp)







anderssk

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Posted on: 2010/4/10 15:04
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#17

Re: E-mails with user name and password to centrally registered users

Mazarin, that would be an unsecured way doing it.
Always keep the user name and password separated

Create the users and add some password for them.
You can use the xpassgen to create some stupid passwords
Alternative just go into the database and ad some password value (hash value(

Ask the users to use the lost password function and neither you, the user or the hackers know the actually (first time) password at any time.



anderssk

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Posted on: 2010/3/10 11:56
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#18

Re: Image Galleri for xoops 2.4.4?

I prefer the Tadgallery, specially the reading of photo exif information is a great facility


anderssk

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Posted on: 2010/2/10 21:10
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#19

Re: XOOPS 2.4.x Translations

Be aware! The 2.5.0alpha has a lot of changes.
All files in the system module is changed.

So - if you are are translating from the button my advice may be to wait to 2.5.0 release instead of 2.4.x

Michael: Do You agree?


anderssk

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Posted on: 2010/2/9 13:42
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#20

Re: XOOPS 2.5.x Translations

Is it just me, but I think there a lot of changes in 2.5.0 ?






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