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aerialis
Re: Modules not showing in admin area after upload (part II)
  • 2007/12/29 17:28

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Progress...

I removed the wfsection and magazine modules and uploaded the news module. The latter works fine.



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aerialis
Re: Modules not showing in admin area after upload (part II)
  • 2007/12/29 17:11

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Thanks for your quick reply!

Quote:
In the case of the modules you mentioned however, I don't think they require any sort of additional frameworks to operate...but then again, you should check the release notes on that.

I'll dig in to the release notes and see if I can find anything.

Quote:
I presume you uploaded the correct top-level module folder into the modules directory

Yes, I've double checked that one


Cheers,
SvenA



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aerialis
Modules not showing in admin area after upload (part II)
  • 2007/12/29 16:57

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Hi all,

I've just downloaded the current version (2.0.17.1) of XOOPS and the installation was successful. However, when uploading and installing modules trouble starts.

I uploaded a couple of modules (wfsection and magazine). When I entered the modules admin page, it seemed like the page was 'cut' below the systems module, and none of the uploaded modules appeared on the page. (The footer was also missing).

---> Screendump 1


Then I turned on the debug feature and there seems to be an error or two...

---> Screendump 2

Anyone ready to lead me in the right direction on this one?

---
(Here's another thread in this forum with a similar (unsolved?) problem.)



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aerialis
Re: VERY weird??
  • 2005/10/6 12:15

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Thanks! It worked!

Now I can change the required information in the *****_modules table, but I'm still kicked out trying to save the changes from the Module Admin panel.

So if anyone can lead me in the right direction for correcting this (some kind of parameter settings or whatever) I'm all ears!



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aerialis
Re: VERY weird??
  • 2005/10/6 9:39

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Thank you very much

I'll give it a shot.



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aerialis
Re: VERY weird??
  • 2005/10/6 9:11

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Quote:
bluenova wrote:
...snip...
I don't know where the values would be in that version, but you could of cause change the settings directly from the database, you would need to go in a have a look where the settings would be in that version.


Do you know in what table/s I am likely to find these settings?



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aerialis
Re: VERY weird??
  • 2005/10/6 8:51

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Is there any other way to alter the settings in the Module Admin apart from the Module Admin panel?

Like in a database table, a file or whatever?



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aerialis
Re: VERY weird??
  • 2005/10/5 15:15

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Anyone?

Pleeeeeeeeaze!



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aerialis
Re: VERY weird??
  • 2005/10/5 11:13

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Yes, I know. I am planning to upgrade, but I'm having trouble finding the time.

I would like have to this fixed - at least temporarily - rather than doing a (too) quick and unprepared upgrade right now.



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aerialis
Re: VERY weired??
  • 2005/10/5 11:02

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Thanks for your quick reply, and it DID help

For some strange reason all system admin rights were unchecked for the webmaster-group. As soon as I checked them, I regained access, so that part of the problem is now solved.

But....

I'm still being logged off when I try to save my settings in the Module Admin and no settings are saved. So my initial problem remains.



Anyone??




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