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News 1.1 database table corupted
  • 2006/7/14 2:29

  • beagle

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One of my clients emailed this morning and said that all the news stories have disappeared. When I went to check the database, the xoops_stories table gave me the following error:

#1016 - Can't open file: 'xoops_stories.MYI' (errno: 145)

Any idea what this is and why this happened? I'm going to try and rebuild the table.

Thanks,
Scott



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beagle
Re: PHPSuExec and its effects
  • 2006/5/30 12:29

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Thanks.

I've read the FAQ and it really doesn't help me, unless I'm just missing it.

It wouldn't surprise me if the solution is right in front of me...



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beagle
PHPSuExec and its effects
  • 2006/5/30 11:27

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My web host recently installed PHPSuExec and now my XOOPS site is acting funny. I've read the FAQ, but I'm still not sure what to do. For example:

XoopsGallery won't let me add, modify, or delete any album or photo that was there before PHPSuExec was installed. Its like I've lost all permissions to do anything with it. I can still view the photos, so I didn't loose them; but I just can't do anything with the photos or the albums. If I create a new album, everything works fine in the new album. Is there a way to recover the "pre-PHPSuExec" albums?

Also on my News articles, I can't edit or delte any article that is "pre-PHPSuExec".

Is there some global method for fixing this problem?

I'm still looking for other effects.

Thanks in advance.

Beagle



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beagle
Re: Display News Sub menu's
  • 2006/4/18 1:09

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You can modify the xoops_version.php file of the module and manually add the sub link. You can add something like:

$modversion['sub'][2]['name'] = Link_Title;
$modversion['sub'][2]['url'] = "../../modules/yaddayaddayadda/";

This will add 'Link_Title' as a submenu that links to '../../modules/yaddayaddayadda/'



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beagle
Re: Logon requested twice
  • 2006/3/23 13:45

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I've had problems with this before. I'm not sure if this is the correct solution, but look in mainfile.php

Where it lists the URL (line 39) it will have something like:

define('XOOPS_URL', 'http://yoursite.com');

change it to:

define('XOOPS_URL', 'http://www.yoursite.com');

I'm no expert but it fixed the problem for me.



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beagle
Re: How do I change the Admin e-mail addy?
  • 2006/3/23 13:40

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I believe that its under 'System Admin' - 'Preferences' - 'General Settings'

This will set the default system admin email; which the 'Contact Us' module uses I think.

You can change your profile email to be something different.



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beagle
Re: General login box question
  • 2006/3/20 20:12

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You can hide the login box. Then when you want to log in, just go directly to the URL:

www.yoursite.com/user.php

That will take you to the login screen.



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beagle
Re: WF Download mime types problem.
  • 2005/12/11 2:19

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I tested it a few more times...

and the issue is that I'm too stupid to read the instructions.

"Enter each mimetype associated with the file extension. Each mimetype must be seperated with a space."

When I did the extendion search I copied and pasted the mimetype from the search results.

The search results had a carriage return after each entry. When I changed it to a space, it worked fine. Now I have all the proper mimetypes for a .ppt file.

Thanks again for the help.



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beagle
Re: WF Download mime types problem.
  • 2005/12/11 2:12

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I deleted the other mime types and kept the one that you had listed and it works. I wonder why the others didn't work?

Thanks for the help I really appriciate it.



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beagle
Re: WF Download mime types problem.
  • 2005/12/10 22:37

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File on the way.

Sorry I posted this at the WF-Projects forum too.




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