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thadius
Re: Cannot login on XOOPS!
  • 2005/1/26 18:08

  • thadius

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  • Since: 2004/12/21


my XOOPS is set up on IIS 6, and near as I can tell there shouldn't be any problem with permissions BUT

it seems like the problem is with the session variable not holding, maybe not writing the cookie correctly?

when I initially log in it is fine, I get to the menu with the admin section included at index.php?&PHPSESSID=whatever my session id happens to be. now, I had a XOOPS intall before and never saw it show the session id, but didn't know if that is the problem.

When I click admin it says my permission is denied

when I just replace index.php with admin.php in the url, and leave the session variable, it at least takes me to the page sayings its my first time to use the admin section, click submit, and it says I don't have permission.

Any ideas?

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figured it out, IE wont trust a cookie from a url with a _ in it, which this one had (it was just on the local network). Works fine under mozilla.



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thadius
Re: Cannot login on XOOPS!
  • 2005/1/24 23:10

  • thadius

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  • Since: 2004/12/21


I have the same problem, fresh install of xoops, login at first appears to be successful (takes the user to the homepage, displays the link to admin menu) however, whenever I click any of the links I'm told I do not have permission to access whatever it is I am trying to access.



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thadius
Re: Display Module Content Outside of Xoops
  • 2004/12/22 22:58

  • thadius

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  • Since: 2004/12/21


Maybe the way to look at it is not what to add into a file to make it work, but what to take out to just cause the theme not to display? I'd still appreciate some help on this if anyone has any ideas.



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thadius
Re: Display Module Content Outside of Xoops
  • 2004/12/22 17:11

  • thadius

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Excellent, thank you, it's definately going to take a little experimentation.



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thadius
Display Module Content Outside of Xoops
  • 2004/12/21 22:17

  • thadius

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Is it possible to display the content of a XOOPS module, say the output of weBlog, on an external page, without the theme content but with whatever variables / include files necessary to feed the module the necessary data.




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