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jw716

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Posted on: 2004/9/21 22:07
jw716
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Posts: 64
Since: 2004/5/1 2
#233681

Re: Error, Can't access site!

Two other web pages that use the same db, working good.
Checked mainfile.php and everything is correct.


Stewdio

Community Support Member
Posted on: 2004/9/21 21:58
Stewdio
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Posts: 1560
Since: 2003/5/7 1
#233682

Re: Error, Can't access site!

Check your mainfile.php and make sure all settings are correct.

If you are sure they are, check other scripts on your domain that also use mySQL. If they can not function, then you have an issue with your servers sql data center and should contact your provider. In most case they have taken it down for a backup, or a restart and is only temporary.


Stewdio

Community Support Member
Posted on: 2004/9/21 21:56
Stewdio
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Posts: 1560
Since: 2003/5/7 1
#233683

Re: Login Block

System Admin>Blocks

Look for the login block and set it for all pages.

Then go to System Admin>Groups and set anonymous to see the login block, and registered users not see the login block.


Posted on: 2004/9/21 21:49
DonXoop
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Posts: 1171
Since: 2003/11/27
#233684

Re: PHP mail problem!

I would hardly call the problem unique.

Lots of reasons for non delivery and most of them not caused by XOOPS directly. What is your SMTP delivery set-up in XOOPS and what do the SMTP server logs (if you can get to them) say? Any bounce back messages to the (correctly configured) admin account?

The success messages in XOOPS only mean it was sent to the next stage, not all the way to the user.


Jackwan

Not too shy to talk
Posted on: 2004/9/21 21:42
Jackwan
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Posts: 129
Since: 2004/9/8 2
#233685

Login Block

Hi,

How do I set the XOOPS up so the Login Block will show on every page before log in. and after log in the login block should not be shown again on any pages.


thanks.


jw716

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Posted on: 2004/9/21 21:41
jw716
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Posts: 64
Since: 2004/5/1 2
#233686

Error, Can't access site!

I know this must have been answered here more than once but did a search and can't find answer.
Quote:
This page cannot be displayed due to an internal error.

If you are the administrator of this site, please visit the XOOPS Troubleshooting Page for assistance.

Error [Xoops]: Unable to connect to database in file class/database/databasefactory.php line 34

clas/database/databasefactory.php line 34 doesn't really tell me anything.
30    $instance =& new $class();
31            $instance->setLogger(XoopsLogger::instance());
32            $instance->setPrefix(XOOPS_DB_PREFIX);
33            if (!$instance->connect()) {
34                trigger_error("Unable to connect to database"E_USER_ERROR);
35            }
36        }
37        return $instance;


Address = http://www.ibewtravelers.net/IBEW/
This site has been up and running good without any changes in a while. Also have 2 other web pages using XOOPS at the same URI and the are working fine.
I have checked the mainfile.php and the information there to acess the db hasn't changed.
Don't know what to do next other than reinstalling the program then uploading last nights backup on the db.

Any help about what to do before I do that?


Strommy

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Posted on: 2004/9/21 21:39
Strommy
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Posts: 6
Since: 2004/4/12
#233687

PHP mail problem!

Hey all,

My problem is...unique. After reading many posts about troupbles with the PHP mail in XOOPS I have finnally gotten it to work, or so I thought. I am lucky enough to have patient clan members from a game I play to help test my new site. When they went to register everything went fine and it said the email was sent. However, some got it some did not. I'm totally confused as to why that would happen. My server is running Linux and PHP 4.3.8. Please help!


Posted on: 2004/9/21 21:39
DonXoop
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Posts: 1171
Since: 2003/11/27
#233688

Re: Can not access admin module. $xoopsuser null or false

Search around here for firewall specific topics, lots here. You might also have to configure HTTP Headers in the firewall. It depends on the specific firewall you have.

However, for now you should at least try the site with the local firewall turned off. If that fixes it then you know why. If you can't trust your own web site then....


Personaly I don't understand so called personal firewalls if you have a secure local network and computer plus a stand alone firewall. But that is another topic.



Posted on: 2004/9/21 21:30
DonXoop
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Posts: 1171
Since: 2003/11/27
#233689

Re: Waiting Content + new Query

You might try a Waiting Block replacement: Extensible Waiting Block Module. Already set-up for your module and has an On/Off option so the block only shows when there is waiting content.


jfernau

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Posted on: 2004/9/21 21:07
jfernau
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Posts: 95
Since: 2003/12/29
#233690

Re: Event calendar reviews, samples?

eXtcal does have a minicalendar.

It's still in the early stages of development, but appears to be coming along quite nicely.

You can see a demo here.

John