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plusangel

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Posted on: 2007/5/30 5:03
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#1

Re: Resetting Post Count

Just want to confirm

Quote:
It seems to coincide with a bogus registration by what I would call a spam bot that posts in the comment section of my news stories in my News module.

This bot just recently came and left a couple of post and lo and behold I have the -1 posts again.


happens to xoopsgreece aswell.

So we talk about the same story :(
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plusangel

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Posted on: 2007/1/10 12:03
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#2

Re: Spammer Using My XOOPS Site!!!!

hmm...I have a similar situation in one site (protector installed).

Did you find a solution?
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plusangel

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Posted on: 2006/11/17 16:32
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#3

Re: Part 2 of my tutorials

Great job Kaotik...

Thank you for your time.
It's nice to find a point to start...like these tutorials.
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plusangel

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Posted on: 2006/3/24 10:40
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#4

Re: xoops polls and 2.2

We are using xoopspoll in 2.2.3a version without any problem so far…

These 1970 dates have to do with unix timestamps perhaps…you can change them using phpΜyAdmin by hand.
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Posted on: 2006/2/28 10:53
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#5

Re: mainfile.php auto changes from chmod 444 to 644

Try to change chmod using cpanel – file manager

Not your ftp-client
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plusangel

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Posted on: 2006/2/21 10:40
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#6

Re: Upgrading MySQL from 3.x to 5.x... Any Problems????

Sorry, I haven’t included the faq link. Now, it’s fixed

Yes, it’s wiser the follow a linear transition by stopping in 4.x version.

In 4.0.x everything is easier, in 4.1 you will find many upward characteristics from 5 (I think )
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plusangel

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Posted on: 2006/2/21 10:30
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Re: Installing Xoops on IIS

By saying “Permissions” I mean the 777 for the “cache”, “uploads”, “templates_C” and mainfile.php (writable)

Ok..for loading the initial installation page, have you type the “www.yoursite.com/index.php”?

In order ISS recognize as initial page the index.php, you have to set in manually

My computer –> (right click) -> manage
Expand services and applications node
Select IIS (right click) web sites -> select properties

Then click on documents and Add… index.php
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Posted on: 2006/2/21 9:36
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Re: Installing Xoops on IIS

Try this site for help www.iis-resources.com

It’s a XOOPS site full of useful infos regarding IIS
There are also articles to follow for XOOPS installation

And a hint, check the file permissions
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plusangel

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Posted on: 2006/2/21 9:31
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#9

Re: Blank start page & can't login!

Have you tried the www.yoursite.com/user.php in order to log-in?
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plusangel

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Posted on: 2006/2/21 9:28
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#10

Re: Upgrading MySQL from 3.x to 5.x... Any Problems????

I’m not an expert…but

I’ve worked with 4.0.x and 4.1.x version.

One problem I’ve encountered between those versions is the length of password encryption, you can find this faq for more.

Secondly, a difference that I discovered was the language encoding.

If you have a site in 4.0.x and an ISO encoding you can easily modify the database records through the phpMyAdmin.

When I upgraded to 4.1.x, I couldn’t select the ISO encoding anymore (but the site was ok). One possible solution is to convert the site in utf encoding, this is fully compatible with mySQl 4.1.x

Anyway, that’s just everyday stories of madness – probably you should try it first locally at you pc and then go public.
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