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mclindy
Re: Generic XOOPS Privacy Policy (for "xoopsfaq" module)
  • 2005/2/19 22:42

  • mclindy

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  • Since: 2005/1/23


Thanks. It looks nice. I used it on my site as an article.



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mclindy
Re: All xoops headline mods DO NOT WORK with PHP5
  • 2005/2/16 3:42

  • mclindy

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  • Since: 2005/1/23


I have been having the same problem. I am running my own server with:

*SuSE Linux 9.2
*Apache 2.0.52
*MySQL 4.1.8
*PHP 5.0.3
*XOOPS 2.0.9.2

In trying to troubleshoot the problem, I installed cpgnuke and its headline modules worked without trouble from the get-go. Rest assured I deleted cpg as soon as I confirmed that the problem I was having seemed to be XOOPS and/or module specific, and probably not a problem with my server.

I love everything else about Xoops, but this headlines thing is really bugging me. If I have made some obvious gaffe (e.g. "well, yeah. XOOPS uses XYZ and cpgnuke uses 123; everyone knows 123 sucks. Etc, etc."), please correct me.

God knows this is great stuff and so far I haven't paid anything, so I'm not bitching. Just frustrated that something so damn cool doesn't work a little bit better.



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mclindy
Re: using fsockopen
  • 2005/2/5 19:29

  • mclindy

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  • Since: 2005/1/23


Okay, I've been reading around and finally got a page to show me phpinfo(). However, I still don't see anything about fsockopen().

I see towards the bottom of the page that socket support is enabled. This sounds like it might be similar but somehow I don't think I'm that lucky.

Thanks again.



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mclindy
Re: using fsockopen
  • 2005/2/5 18:14

  • mclindy

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  • Since: 2005/1/23


Can you give me a hint as to how and/or where the command should appear in php.ini? Again, I have already looked at the file and I can't find fsock (or variations such as fsockopen) anywhere.

Thanks for the fast response (!!!) and thanks again for your time.



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mclindy
using fsockopen
  • 2005/2/5 3:30

  • mclindy

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  • Posts: 38

  • Since: 2005/1/23


Hey, gang.

I am trying to use xhld 2.51 and keep getting the "failed" message. I had the same message when I was using the standard headline module. I uninstalled the headlines module before I installed xhld. I have tried uninstalling and reinstalling xhld but I still get the "failed" message. I have read the posts about the "failed" attempts to write RSS info to the database. Most help refers to fsockopen.

I'd love to look into fsockopen, but I don't know where to find it. I'm running my own SuSE 9.2 server with xampp's lampp. I have done a file search of my entire system for any file containing the text *fsock* and come up with nothing. A Google search made reference to a file called php.ini. I searched that file and found no reference to fsockopen.

Please shed some light on how I might enable (or disable, for that matter) this feature. I can find several references to the string and it's proper syntax, but I haven't seen anything that actually tells me where to use it.

I'm new to Linux and I hope my question isn't too painfully obvious.

Thanks for your time.




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