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Re: Session garbage collection bug when using custom sessions
  • 2006/7/10 17:29

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Which XOOPS version?



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Re: E-mails, printer, pdf: What to change to switch to spanish characters?
  • 2006/7/3 5:25

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I tested the news module using 'print' view and Spanish text, and it will work provided the news language files are UTF-8.

PDF generation is more difficult, as phppp's post explains.



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Re: PLEASE, can any developer help me with this? Printer, pdf: What to change to switch to spanish?
  • 2006/7/2 20:59

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Did you try the UFT-8 news module files that snow77 sent you? It really should be the solution to your problem



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Re: templates_c files deleted, how to recover it?
  • 2006/6/26 4:22

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Can you log in when you go directly to /user.php?

If so, check in system admin -> general preferences section whether you have the option to 'Update module template .html files from themes/your theme/templates directory?' set to Yes.



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Re: Error: Selected module does not exist!
  • 2006/6/25 4:59

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You could try to set debug mode to MySQL/blocks debug (conf_value = 2) to find out which module it is trying to load, or if there are other sql statements which are failing (take note of any sql statements in red).



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Re: What and where is Xoop 2.2?
  • 2006/6/24 18:50

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The Dokuwiki module also works for XOOPS 2.0.13.2 / 2.0.14.

Be sure to read the install instructions carefully, it requires an extra directory to be uploaded to the XOOPS root directory - instructions are in the download package.



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Re: Stand Alone XSAS version - getting started question
  • 2006/6/23 4:15

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Reference to XSAS in the FAQs is in the process of being removed, which is why there's not much information about it.

The XOOPS version in XSAS is old. I suggest you download XOOPS 2.0.13.2 and install it in your working XSAS. It's not hard to install, just make a new folder in /xsas/diskw/www/ and follow the XOOPS install instructions using this new folder as your root directory. The url to this new install will behttp://localhost/newfoldername/ (of course replacing 'newfoldername' with the actual name you used )



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Re: E-mails, printer, pdf: What to change to switch to spanish?
  • 2006/6/19 17:27

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To fix the emails you need to have a file called 'xoopsmailerlocal.php' in your language folder, which sets the language code to 'UTF-8' for emails.

So first make a file called 'xoopsmailerlocal.php' in your /language/spanish/ folder.

Then copy/paste the following code into that file:


<?php

class XoopsMailerLocal extends XoopsMailer {

        function 
XoopsMailerLocal(){
                
$this->XoopsMailer();
                
$this->charSet 'utf-8';
        }
}
?>


Make sure there are no blank spaces or empty lines before the '<' or after the '?>'

That should set your emails to use UTF-8 encoding.

PDFs and print views are different for each module, it's not a core functionality. Which modules are you having trouble with, maybe someone here has a solution for you?



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Re: problem with PHP5 and XOOPS 2.0.13.2 - pertaining to session data
  • 2006/6/15 4:09

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Quote:

designbymich wrote:
[...]Is there a plan to fix this?


No there isn't, as this isn't a known issue.

Please submit a report to the sourceforge.net bug tracker, found under the 'Report core bug' link on the left. Include further details of your server environment.

Thanks



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Re: Language problem
  • 2006/6/8 5:28

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Sounds like you've changed encoding.

Your system language values are now in UTF-8 but all your other language files probably use ISO-8859-1. Also if your original _CHARSET value was ISO then your data in the database will be wrong for the UTF-8 character set as well.

To fix it you need to go back to using the original encoding.

The quickest solution would be to restore your original language files. Another option could be to find ISO-8859-1 language files from the official Spanish support site - they seem to be using ISO-8859-1 for their site, so I expect they offer it for download too.




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