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Re: 2.06 to 2.07
  • 2004/6/15 16:46

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Cheers,

I'll have a go on the test site i've set up



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Re: 2.06 to 2.07
  • 2004/6/15 13:01

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Ok, I'm back to 2.0.6. Is there an EASY way to upgrade without F***ing up my site?



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Re: 2.06 to 2.07
  • 2004/6/15 12:11

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Now i'm fearing the worst. Look at www.worldofetilicia.com/

Its still looking for the /install bit! I've edited the mainfile and overwritten it but still nothing!

HeLp!



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Re: 2.06 to 2.07
  • 2004/6/15 10:58

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I unpacked the update and followed the first posters instructions of uploading all files in the /html directory. That then asked me to do a new install.

At the moment I am trying to get back to using my old database as that is the one that contains all of the information I need.

So...

Do I edit the mainfile.php to point to the database, username and password I used before? And if so, do I need to CHMOD anything to get the site to show the changes?

Will I also need to go back to 2.0.6 if 2.0.7 is just a bug fix (seeing as I had to do a fresh install after it buggered up)

As posted in the previous, http://www.worldofetilicia.com/ is what my site looks like now.



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Re: 2.06 to 2.07
  • 2004/6/15 10:45

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The update wasn't found in the package I downloaded last night.

Anywho, do I edit the mainfile.php or mainfile.dist.php? I go to my site and get this at the moment;

http://www.worldofetilicia.com/install/index.php

Forbidden
You don't have permission to access /install/index.php on this server.

Additionally, a 403 Forbidden error was encountered while trying to use an ErrorDocument to handle the request.

So is there something I haven't edited properly?



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Re: 2.06 to 2.07
  • 2004/6/15 8:25

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Ever felt like you're banging your head against a brick wall?

There is NO UPDATE PATCH to use! If there was, I would've used it! The only hint of an upgrade I found was /install/sql/upgrade/ which just contains an SQL dump. No patch.



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Re: 2.06 to 2.07
  • 2004/6/15 7:50

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Quote:

skalpa wrote:
There is no "upgrade file".
Just unarchive the update package, then copy the files from the html/ folder over your previous version ones.

Then logon to your site, go to the admin/modules page. And click the "update" graphical button on the system module line.

That's it...

skalpa.>


Again, I bring your attention to skalpa's post.

Quote:
Just unarchive the update package, then copy the files from the html/ folder over your previous version ones.


That is what I did and it completely f***ed up my site! If its such a hard ship to get clear answers from the main guys on the project, what chance DO I HAVE.

I went ahead with the install as there was nothing else I could do. Will deleting the new tables I made with the xoops2 prefix help?




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Re: 2.06 to 2.07
  • 2004/6/15 7:26

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// Table Prefix
// This prefix will be added to all new tables created to avoid name conflict in the database. If you are unsure, just use the default 'xoops'.
define('XOOPS_DB_PREFIX', 'xoops');

// Database Hostname
// Hostname of the database server. If you are unsure, 'localhost' works in most cases.
define('XOOPS_DB_HOST', 'localhost');

Changed it as shown above and still don't have my site back. Maybe if there were some instructions in the upgrade file, I would've followed them, hence why I asked where the usual php file to upgrade was



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Acithata
Re: 2.06 to 2.07
  • 2004/6/15 7:17

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Quote:

skalpa wrote:
There is no "upgrade file".
Just unarchive the update package, then copy the files from the html/ folder over your previous version ones.

Then logon to your site, go to the admin/modules page. And click the "update" graphical button on the system module line.

That's it...

skalpa.>


No...I did as skalpa told me to!!!!!!!!!



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Re: 2.06 to 2.07
  • 2004/6/15 6:58

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Its asking me to install again...Is this going to mess my installation up?




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