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aitor

Not too shy to talk
Posted on: 2002/1/3 20:50
aitor
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Since: 2002/1/2 2
#292331

Re: test this

I have been in an error it wasn´t a security hole as said me onokaze.

If you put a link to http://www.yoursite/modules/visitors2/ then you could see your statistics.

And to make it no visible for out people put change their permisions in group permisions.


aitor

Not too shy to talk
Posted on: 2002/1/3 19:32
aitor
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Posts: 148
Since: 2002/1/2 2
#292332

Re: test this

I Have this problem also in my domain server but not in my normal computer.

I find how to see the statistic and they are well recorded in my domain server. But it has a security hole and I am going to say to xooops members first.

But your informatión is well recorded.


Kiwi-NZ

Just popping in
Posted on: 2002/1/3 12:50
Kiwi-NZ
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Posts: 11
Since: 2001/12/26
#292333

Re: test this

I deleted everything again, reformated drive , reinstalled evertthing , but did not use foxserv.
Downloaded apache , php , MySQL , installed them and guess what it works. Must be something to do with foxserv.
Thanks for all the help. now go have a


onokazu

XOOPS Founder
Posted on: 2002/1/3 7:29
onokazu
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Posts: 617
Since: 2001/12/13
#292334

Re: Main Menu?

Did you chmod 666 all files under the "cache" folder under "system" module? The contents of main menu is written into a file called "mainmenu.txt" under this folder.

Also some other modules have its own "cache" folder and files in those folder must also be chmod 666.
hope this helps


onokazu

XOOPS Founder
Posted on: 2002/1/3 6:44
onokazu
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Posts: 617
Since: 2001/12/13
#292335

Re: Apparent bug in preferences.

Please chmod the files under modules/system/cache directory. chmod 666 will do


w4z004

XOOPS Advisor
Posted on: 2002/1/3 6:04
w4z004
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Posts: 340
Since: 2001/12/13
#292336

Re: Main Menu?

the system modules or your modules?

if your modules, see the file xoops_version.php in modules/contacts/ dir by example

if XOOPS modules, please specific the problem!!!

Quote:

jerryj wrote:
Sorry if this is a dumb question, but I've activated all my desired modules, and I was expecting them to show up on the main menu, but they didn't. How do we put stuff on the main menu?


w4z004

XOOPS Advisor
Posted on: 2002/1/3 5:58
w4z004
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Posts: 340
Since: 2001/12/13
#292337

Re: Apparent bug in preferences.

revise the cache dirs!!!!!!! remember chmod!!!
the preferences are stored in : modules\system\cache\config.php

revise this!!!


watot

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Posted on: 2002/1/3 5:54
watot
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Since: 2002/1/3 3
#292338

Re: Apparent bug in preferences.

got the same error... hmmm..


jerryj

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Posted on: 2002/1/3 5:09
jerryj
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Posts: 33
Since: 2001/12/20
#292339

Apparent bug in preferences.

I'm logged in as an admin, and I go into the Site Preferences form. I modify the form to include my website preferences and then press the "Go" button. This takes me back to the System Admin screen. Then, I go back into the Site Preferences screen, and the defaults are restored! The data I entered is gone.


jerryj

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Posted on: 2002/1/3 5:07
jerryj
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Posts: 33
Since: 2001/12/20
#292340

Main Menu?

Sorry if this is a dumb question, but I've activated all my desired modules, and I was expecting them to show up on the main menu, but they didn't. How do we put stuff on the main menu?