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Re: Should I upgrade to 2.5.1a, which modules work or don't work?
  • 2011/8/16 10:57

  • deepak267

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Thanks Peekey,

I had the same experience for Pical 0.93 on xoops 2.5.1a with PHP 5.3.

I could make it work after changing the ereg & eregi error. I have not fixed all the above errors.

let me know if i can upload the code anywhere(i dont have access to sourceforge).

Deepak

Deepak



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Re: 2.5.1a on Firefox?
  • 2011/8/16 10:18

  • deepak267

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As Rodney suggested, you can alway modify the theme according to your choice/requirement. if you have purchased a specific theme, better you go back to the theme vendor for a fix.



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Re: X-Forum 5.76 - Multifielded Forum with Extras, Multisite & Multilingual
  • 2011/8/13 12:12

  • deepak267

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Dear Wishcraft,

Thanks for the release. Do you have an install guide for this module?

I can see multiple folder in your download file not sure which one to upload to xoops/module directory?

ZipFolder/htdocs/framework/tcpdf/
ZipFolder/htdocs/module/Tag/plugin
ZipFolder/htdocs/module/xForum

Could you please tell me which folder need to go where?

Thanks in advance

Deepak



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Re: Install problem with xoops 2.5.1
  • 2011/8/12 22:56

  • deepak267

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Thanks mamba,

finally I managed to install the xoops-2.5.1a on XAMPP (Ubuntu 11.04)

here is the folder permission that I have to make to install it:


sudo chmod 777 /opt/lampp/htdocs/www/xoops-2.5.1a/htdocs/uploads
sudo chmod 777 /opt/lampp/htdocs/www/xoops-2.5.1a/htdocs/uploads/avatars
sudo chmod 777 /opt/lampp/htdocs/www/xoops-2.5.1a/htdocs/uploads/files
sudo chmod 777 /opt/lampp/htdocs/www/xoops-2.5.1a/htdocs/uploads/images
sudo chmod 777 /opt/lampp/htdocs/www/xoops-2.5.1a/htdocs/uploads/ranks
sudo chmod 777 /opt/lampp/htdocs/www/xoops-2.5.1a/htdocs/uploads/smilies

sudo chmod 777 /opt/lampp/htdocs/www/xoops-2.5.1a/htdocs/mainfile.php
sudo chmod 777 /opt/lampp/htdocs/www/xoops-2.5.1a/htdocs/xoops_data/caches
sudo chmod 777 /opt/lampp/htdocs/www/xoops-2.5.1a/htdocs/xoops_data/caches/xoops_cache
sudo chmod 777 /opt/lampp/htdocs/www/xoops-2.5.1a/htdocs/xoops_data/caches/smarty_cache
sudo chmod 777 /opt/lampp/htdocs/www/xoops-2.5.1a/htdocs/xoops_data/caches/smarty_compile
sudo chmod 777 /opt/lampp/htdocs/www/xoops-2.5.1a/htdocs/xoops_data/configs
sudo chmod 777 /opt/lampp/htdocs/www/xoops-2.5.1a/htdocs/xoops_data/data/secure.dist.php
sudo chmod 777 /opt/lampp/htdocs/www/xoops-2.5.1a/htdocs/xoops_data/data/secure.php
sudo chmod 777 /opt/lampp/htdocs/www/xoops-2.5.1a/htdocs/include/license.php


hope it will save some time for other XAMPP users.

Also here is a good explanation on chmod command

happy Xooping...

Deepak



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Re: Using an external database for users
  • 2011/8/12 10:16

  • deepak267

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I have not tried by myself but You can use a database trigger to create the users on the second database. I guess it will work on one-way( means you have to keep one database as primary the user has to register only on primary).

Personally, I dont think it's a nice idea to share user database, it may be easier to create one website with 2 user groups. each group will have their own modules to access.

Hope this helps.

Deepak




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Re: Hello
  • 2011/8/11 12:09

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Welcome to Xoops



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Re: Install problem with xoops 2.5.1
  • 2011/8/11 10:44

  • deepak267

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Thanks Mamba, After your recommended change, the errors dissapeared however i am stuck with the issue

Could not copy the distribution file to mainfile.php/data/secure.dist.php

I have checked this thread, but could not resolve. I gave the full access to /htdocs folder (a=rwx), still no success.

I am using XAMPP on a VMWARE (local install)

Any idea?

Deepak



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Re: Slow homepage

You can do some simple test.

1. create a basic html page and upload to your host, then access the test page, if its slow then its for sure your hosting problem.

2. clear you IE cache (temporary folder) and then load your home page. now go back to your temporary folder and check the file size that get downloaded. smaller the file size, better the performance.

3. if you are not using large database then, MYSQL should not be an issue, but if you are in doubt, then you turn on the xoops debug mode and look at the query execution time for each SQL query(when you load the home page).

I had a similar problem with GoDaddy shared server due to server overload but they fixed it in 2-3 weeks.

Hope it helps.

Good Luck
Deepak



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Re: Install problem with xoops 2.5.1
  • 2011/8/8 23:03

  • deepak267

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Hi all,
when I installed Xoops-2.5.1a

I am getting the same installation error with XAMPP 1.7.4.

however it is working fine on WAMP 2.x.

Did anybody found a solution for this?

Deepak



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Re: Is there a good / simple CHAT (working)??
  • 2011/8/8 11:21

  • deepak267

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this is interesting, I was looking for a chat module that works.

Thanks Mamba/Andrey,

I will test the module today and post my findings

Deepak




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