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Amigaboy

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Posted on: 2002/9/21 10:40
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#292231

Re: On Win2k: "Module does not exist" + Admin Login problem

Hi,

Well it appeared that my php installation was incorrect. I just reinstalled it. Must have missed something the first time. That's all.

Hope you can get it to work.


densma

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Posted on: 2002/9/20 18:52
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#292232

Re: "Sorry, you do not have the permission to access this area...."

"Sorry, you do not have the permission to access this area...."
how can i edit this text? which php file. i want to add "register first"
i think som visitor don't know that requires registration only with that msg


perze

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Posted on: 2002/9/20 14:44
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#292233

Re: "Sorry, you do not have the permission to access this area...."

This happened to me last night ... what i did to fix it was edit the user grouping access rights and have the *culprit* module's block access rights checked.

hope this helps.


michaelmorris

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Posted on: 2002/9/20 7:34
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#292234

Re: Is XOOPS used for business applications?

The good news is.....I took a newspaper publisher to my XOOPS site today which is, shall we say, sparsley populated and very much under development. He is now on-board 100%. The problem is I will need to find a programmer who can carve a subscription mod to work with realtime cc processing in a few weeks. I also need to find a real professional to do a custom theme. Does anyone know where one would find those?

Commerciality of the product is only a few steps away. BTW, the newspaper will be online on my site for testing this week. Perhaps I can get enough $ from the CMS implementation to help motivate some substantial commercial improvements.

Bottom line - I will support XOOPS if XOOPS will support me.

Mike
www.socorrocomputing.com
mike@socorrocomputing.com


David_Topping

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Posted on: 2002/9/19 0:18
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#292235

Re: "Sorry, you do not have the permission to access this area...."

I really hope XOOPS fixes this in the near future.


mcclure

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Posted on: 2002/9/16 9:19
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#292236

Re: On Win2k: "Module does not exist" + Admin Login problem

well i'm getting the same problem, although i'm on redhat 7.3...

care to publish the results just in case they help?

thanks,

mike


Frankenstein

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Posted on: 2002/9/15 13:25
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#292237

Re: "Sorry, you do not have the permission to access this area...."

you can set the permission again by steps :
go to phpadmin
open your sql
go to xoops_modules
set the valua of isactive to 0 then go to the main site and login again


freeop

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Posted on: 2002/9/14 18:52
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#292238

Re: Anyone else receiving Chi/Japanese Junk mail lately ?



destrux

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Posted on: 2002/9/14 18:38
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#292239

Re: Anyone else receiving Chi/Japanese Junk mail lately ?

Quote:
But first I got a new motherboard and processers screaming to be stuffed into my box


Hell yeah, that's always nice isn't it?


freeop

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Posted on: 2002/9/14 17:53
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#292240

Re: Anyone else receiving Chi/Japanese Junk mail lately ?

Sorry Mike, I thought I posted the part when I edited my Message about the Email generation script. I guess I cut to much. oops..

Yeah it does a great job, I was impressed with the addys, but it does suck some resources... Trading one resource hog for another doesn't work very well.... Maybe let it generate a static page of 500 addresses, using a cron job to update the list or do it manually...

Searching logs can find the bot, I've seen an article on how to block them.. But like teleport pro, I just turn off the obey robot text and continue taking what I want off a website.. So that clearly isn't going to work... Nor will ip blocking. Not to a dedicated spammer...

Encoders seem to easy, I would think they could read them..One php generator example is here :
Paul Gregg's Email Encoder

Obfuscators would probably be the best bet for xoops. But if it's incorporated into XOOPS the variable should be named by the admin.. Each site is completely different in how they do it. So they would have to figure out the pattern process for each site rather then just a one for all solution
for all sites..

Well I'll be one playing with it, on a javaside anyway ( not much of a php writer yet ).. It will include a .js file and I'll have to dig through the XOOPS files. ugh...

But first I got a new motherboard and processers screaming to be stuffed into my box