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onokazu

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Posted on: 2003/2/28 0:31
onokazu
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Posts: 617
Since: 2001/12/13
#292181

Re: xoopsGallery 1.3.3 Problem and PHP via CGI

Quote:

skaag wrote:

On the other hand, I have some weird bug here. The upload window's icons don't show up. When I click on Properties for the images, I get this weird URL:

http://www.texasriverbass.com/sites/t ... llery/images/computer.gif

As you can see, gallery is trying to read the images from a combination of XOOPS_PATH and XOOPS_ROOT_PATH together...!

I am still debugging this right now to try and find the cause of the problem, but if someone has a quick solution up their sleeve, I will be glad to hear it here. There is no permission problem on my site, and safe_mode is off.

Another issue here is that after I update the preferences for Gallery, right after the transition screen where it says "Database has been updated successfuly", the module redirects to the wrong location:

Not Found
The requested URL /modules/xoopsgallery/admin/index.php was not found on this server.


Both of them are known problems and will be fixed with the next patch.


skaag

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Posted on: 2003/2/28 0:07
skaag
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Since: 2002/8/14
#292182

Re: xoopsGallery 1.3.3 Problem and PHP via CGI

Here my problem is different...

I never had a problem with permissions because I chmod the module do 775 before I install it, and again after it is installed. The owner is myself, and the group is always www-data (the Apache group), so Apache can always write to the module's directories.

On the other hand, I have some weird bug here. The upload window's icons don't show up. When I click on Properties for the images, I get this weird URL:

http://www.texasriverbass.com/sites/t ... llery/images/computer.gif

As you can see, gallery is trying to read the images from a combination of XOOPS_PATH and XOOPS_ROOT_PATH together...!

I am still debugging this right now to try and find the cause of the problem, but if someone has a quick solution up their sleeve, I will be glad to hear it here. There is no permission problem on my site, and safe_mode is off.

Another issue here is that after I update the preferences for Gallery, right after the transition screen where it says "Database has been updated successfuly", the module redirects to the wrong location:

Not Found
The requested URL /modules/xoopsgallery/admin/index.php was not found on this server.

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Apache/1.3.27 Server at texasriverbass.com Port 80

Is this just some silly bug?

Skaag


randyg23

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Posted on: 2003/2/27 20:48
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Since: 2003/2/4 1
#292183

Re: xoopsGallery 1.3.3 Problem and PHP via CGI

I have no clue. maybe contact your service provider and ask them to turn it off???


AndyB

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Posted on: 2003/2/27 20:11
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Posts: 13
Since: 2003/2/19
#292184

Re: remembering logins?

Is any of Xoops2 developers reading this discussion? What are the chances of permanent loging being implemented in the final Xoops2? I would like to know that before I'll start customizing XOOPS for my own site because if permanent login is not possible with XOOPS I would have to look for an alternative.

Andy


L4ou

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Posted on: 2003/2/27 19:24
L4ou
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Since: 2003/1/22
#292185

Re: xoopsGallery 1.3.3 Problem and PHP via CGI

setting them to 777 helped and the path is correct because I get the error message that gallery says means that safe mode is enabled on my server. It is enabled and I can't turn it off (not root). So I can't use it as made, unless there's some way to run it under PHP via CGI. Dunno.



pgrote

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Posted on: 2003/2/27 18:19
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Since: 2003/2/8 1
#292186

Re: remembering logins?

If persistent logon is added please do not add a session ID to the URL.

The URLs are perfect right now in the NEWS section for EXCELLENT google spidering. Adding a session id would impact that ability.


swisslyons

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Posted on: 2003/2/27 14:49
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Posts: 43
Since: 2002/6/23
#292187

Re: table background is missing sometimes ..

i am having a similar issue with a new theme i am working on.

Also, on this site, the center block sometimes shows white BG and sometimes colored.

oh yeah, here is the site in question:

http://www.glycerinesport.ch/index.php

I wonder is it cookie related? nah...couldn't be, could it?reason I say is becuase at home, my IE cookie 'red eye' was showing that it blocked cookies form all sorts of graphic files from this site that are in my theme! weard!

[edited by swisslyons]
*nevermind*..its called css


Herko

XOOPS is my life!
Posted on: 2003/2/27 10:46
Herko
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Posts: 4238
Since: 2002/2/4 1
#292188

Re: Image manager?

When I put an image in a custom block, all I get to see is the img tag, but no actual image. Is there something I overlooked??

Herko


randyg23

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Posted on: 2003/2/27 8:32
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Since: 2003/2/4 1
#292189

Re: xoopsGallery 1.3.3 Problem and PHP via CGI

well I don't iknow anything about the php via cgi but I would theck to make sure the Path to NetPBM is correct and that the permissions on it are also set to 777 hope that helps ya out. am still new to this xoopsgallery.


L4ou

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Posted on: 2003/2/27 5:44
L4ou
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Since: 2003/1/22
#292190

Re: xoopsGallery 1.3.3 Problem and PHP via CGI

Quote:

randyg23 wrote:

I set the permissions on the 2 folders in the cache folder modules/xoopsgallery/cache/albums and modules/xoopsgallery/cache/tmp to 777 and it created the album.


This got me to the next step. But then I got errors creating thumbnails. The Gallery FAQ said to check to see if your server had safe mode enabled, if so Gallery will not run. Mine does, its on my ISP so I can't change it.

The only other option is to run Gallery as a CGI, which I started to do until I realized that it wouldn't work using XoopsGallery, only the stand-alone Gallery. Ugh!

Has anyone done PHP via CGI using Xoops?

I'm in pretty new territory here, so any ideas would be appreciated.

Thanks,

--L4ou (The "4" is silent)