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treefrog

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Posted on: 2005/10/28 22:54
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#1

Re: Upgrade 2.0.13 to 2.2 big problem

I have tried twice now, and still no success. (The second time after a restore full backup... restore database)...

Here's my similar situation:

I turned on php debug, closed the site, and copied over the files (including leaving out the "install" folder as requested by Mithrandir on the upgrade instructions here... (That's not mentioned in the html file in the patch folder)

When I went to www.mysite.com/xoopsupdate.php, I got the error messages as mentioned and reloaded the page as instructed. This gave me a blank page... no submit button anywhere to be found. Mithrandir's instructions say "Reload the page until you get a submit button asking you to upgrade to XOOPS 2.2"... so I tried at least a dozen times. When that didn't work, I called up recovery.php, where debug was still set to on, but nothing changed trying to call up the xoopsupdate.php.

I restored my site files (2.0.13.2) and my database and started over again. The same things happened EXCEPT that I can no longer call up recovery.php.

I have followed the blank page FAQ instructions here regarding the SQL query (which was successful) and changin common.php error reporting. This is what I now get trying to load xoopsupdate.php or recovery.php:

Quote:
Warning: in_array(): Wrong datatype for second argument in /home/**user**/public_html/class/database/mysqldatabase.php on line 240


line 240 reads:


if (isset($GLOBALS['xoopsConfig']) && isset($GLOBALS['xoopsConfig']['debug_mode']) && in_array(2$GLOBALS['xoopsConfig']['debug_mode'])) {


I am running on Apache 1.3.33
PHP v4.3.11
MySQL v4.0.25-standard

Can anyone help me?


treefrog

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Posted on: 2005/7/23 20:41
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#2

Re: Upgrading from newbb to newbb2

PS- I think I may have figured out part of the pontital conflict...

When I downloaded the default set to try once again to upload the additional files... there was still only one new_bb.html file in the blocks folder. I think what's happening is that there cannot be three files of the same name on my computer directory either, so all I am left with is one.

That's probably why only one ever became part of the clone when I upgraded to New BB 2...


treefrog

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Posted on: 2005/7/23 20:36
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#3

Re: Upgrading from newbb to newbb2

There are none that are yellow... and I have deleted and regenerated ALL of the ones there. Just for kicks, I even copied over from the default template directory the apparently additonal template files, which are two additional files named the identical "newbb_block.html"...

I can't put them in the directory as is, because I can't have three files with the identical names. If I rename them newbb_block.html, newbb_block1.html, and newbb_block2.html... and I attempt to regenerate them, I get the error that "the selected file does not exist!" And they remain yellow.

These are the three newbb_block.htmls in the default templates:

newbb_block.html

Shows recent topics in the forums 2005/7/6 1:44:21 [View] [Download]


newbb_block.html

Shows most viewed topics in the forums 2005/7/6 1:44:21 [View] [Download]


newbb_block.html

Shows most active topics in the forums 2005/7/6 1:44:21 [View] [Download]



This is what I have in my template set:

newbb_block.html

Shows recent topics in the forums 2005/7/23 15:53:17 [Edit] [Delete] [Download]


So my question still is... where would I get them from, since I can't put them in the directory manually?


treefrog

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Posted on: 2005/7/23 18:11
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Re: Upgrading from newbb to newbb2

... still wondering...

polite *bump*


treefrog

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Posted on: 2005/7/6 15:15
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Re: Upgrading from newbb to newbb2

There are only 13 NewBB templates in the NewBB 2.0 folder (the complete download folder). All of those exist in the Admin->Templates->MyTemplates->Forum[List(13)]

What additional templates would you be talking about and where would they be generated from?


treefrog

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Posted on: 2005/7/6 6:28
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Re: Upgrading from newbb to newbb2

Did you ever figure this out? I am also wondering about this...


treefrog

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Posted on: 2005/3/31 21:44
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#7

Re: Keep formally registered username intact without being registered anymore.

Hmmm...

From the question, I don't think these resolutions necessarily apply.

I'm thinking the question is pertaining to someone who deletes their own account, in which case that user's posts turn to reflect an anonymous user, rather than the identity they had as a registered user.

Which I, personally, would also like to know how to avoid (since it also happened on my site).

I want a user to feel that they can control their own account by allowing themselves to delete themselves as a user, but I wish XOOPS would maintain that user's name as the author, even though they may no longer be a registered user.


treefrog

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Posted on: 2004/6/20 0:50
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#8

Re: display external site in xoops

LOVE IT!!!

Thanks most sincerely for a terrific... handy little module. I was in agony over how to incoporate my guestbook (non-xoops) into my xoops... and this was it!

I really need to learn this stuff. All my attempts failed! I'm glad I found this so I could trash my own attempts and have something working...

Thank you kindly!


treefrog

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Posted on: 2004/4/28 13:22
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#9

Re: WF-FAQ: Hits not counting, always zero

I have tested it outside of admin, and my FAQ's are still zero. There were also two users who spent some time in there last night, and not a single hit was registered.

Any ideas?



treefrog

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Posted on: 2004/4/27 13:30
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#10

Re: Yee-ha! upgrade to 2.0.6 WENT smoothly!

I actually did realize that... that most of the XOOPS team was sleeping...

I am one of those people that just has to attempt to make things work, though (or I probably wouldn't have slept!) And I waited till midnight my time to shut the real site down to upgrade it (most of its users are in my time zone).

I didn't really re-upload Xoops, per se. I just replaced my test site files with the backup copy from just before I tried the upgrade (which still did contain those third party modules), and then did all the other little things I mentioned above... mostly just because I wanted to do everything I could possible think of to try to make it go smoothly... since no one else seemed to have my problem.

It is funny, though, that a couple of times now, I have posted and then figured it out myself. But it's funny, because I couldn't figure it out before posting (which wasn't my first impulse!)

Thanks!



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