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Stewdio
Re: Upgrade of 2.0.13.1 to 2.0.16 and newbb v. 1.0 to CBB 3.08
  • 2007/3/6 19:04

  • Stewdio

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I recently did the excact same thing, except I went 2.0.10 to 2.o.16.

Not one single issue.

I upgraded newwbb to CBB, and upgraded the news module as well.

Each went without fail.

Start with your XOOPS core updates as outlined in the upgrade path.

Do the same for each module, one step at a time, as each module specifies for their respective upgrades.

Of course, download everything off your server for a backup, and also back up your data base.

Remember not to overwrite your mainfile.php

Good Luck!
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Stewdio
Re: vBulletin for XOOPS?
  • 2007/2/28 21:56

  • Stewdio

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Point taken
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Stewdio
Re: A question from a Xoops-idiot
  • 2007/2/28 21:52

  • Stewdio

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Disable that block for now and reupload the whosonline module in case of errors during transfer.
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Stewdio
Re: vBulletin for XOOPS?
  • 2007/2/28 21:48

  • Stewdio

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That would be LDAP, David. Stop eating and typing at the same time lol

And to answer the question, yes, David is right, so there would be no module for a commercial product.

I personaly have loved vB for the past 5 years. One top notch forum package!
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Stewdio
Re: need help
  • 2007/2/28 21:44

  • Stewdio

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It looks like debugging info.

Do have debugging off in your admin preferences?

If it's just warnings, you'll be ok.

I'm still not familiar with the diffs. between php4 and 5 so that could be an issue for you right now, but I can' really say more on that.
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Stewdio
Re: wordpress 2.05 problem
  • 2007/2/28 20:23

  • Stewdio

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Add:

SecFilterEngine Off
SecFilterScanPOST Off

to your .htaccess

DO NOT KEEP IT THIS WAY.

IF it works, inform your host that this is what you needed to do in order to get wordpress to work on your site. They will add your domain/script to their security filters.

I don't recommend keeping this in your htaccess due to security reasons.

Others can elaborate a little further, if this in fact what you are encountering.
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Stewdio
Re: XPress Email A Post Function Needed
  • 2007/2/28 0:34

  • Stewdio

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I had a big a** long explanation written up for why it didn't work, and got hit with a DNS error as I posted it, so the information is lost.

In short, your first post is right in that it was not written for express. None of them are.

Essentially, anything that requires you to add code to any other file what so ever runs the risk of not working. Plug and play plug-ins should work OOTB.

The plug-in works, but not whil in XOOPS mode, only in Wordpress mode was I able to get it to work.

Take a look at wp.php, it's slightly different then what is needed for theme.php, single.php, page.php etc.

Anway, I'm done for the night.
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Stewdio
Re: XPress Email A Post Function Needed
  • 2007/2/27 23:31

  • Stewdio

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I'm going to grab this and see what happens on my end.
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Re: XPress Email A Post Function Needed
  • 2007/2/27 23:08

  • Stewdio

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I'm not quite sure whats happening there, this is the line used in the header file from the templates section.

<link rel="alternate" type="application/rss+xml" title="'.$xoopsModule->getVar('name').' entries" href="'.XOOPS_URL.'/modules/'.$xoopsModule->getVar('dirname').'/feed/" />


This is module related, and not wordpress related. Does that arror come up when you disable the plug-in?

The only thing I can guess is that you have to be a registered user, and logged into the system. You might have a problem with user tables across the platforms, but I'm not an authority on that.

**edit**

Actually, I'm way off even on that assumtion.

I can't see how it's related to a plug in, because this is something that is in the template header. It's just odd.
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Re: XPress Email A Post Function Needed
  • 2007/2/27 22:59

  • Stewdio

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I didn't point you to a plug-in earlier, I pointed you to the repository of every plug-in made (well, thats an exageration, but still)

The codex is a repository, you have to look through. The idea was that you would find other useful stuff there as well.

The second link is a link to an actual plug-in since there was no way you could have responded that fast and determined it didn't work

No plug-ins should have to be modified for XPress. XPress is nothing but a shell, the meat is Wordpress. If it works in Wordpress, it works in XPress, period.

I know it seems foregn to you, but treat wordpress as it's own script, literaly. Your blog can be removed from the XOOPS files and moved to an entire new domain and it will still work, well, almost.

The point it that it is a fully working version of Wordpress, not a hack to make it work in xoops.

In fact, I couldn't be more impressed with it's simplicity as a module.
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