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skyjack304
Re: Xoops Upgrade from 2.13 to 2.0.17 / Problems
  • 2007/9/15 14:23

  • skyjack304

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I have it set so unregistered visitors can only see that part of the forum and it is my start page. New user cant register, not even with automatic ok and no E-mail verification needed. The get the error on final submit button:(Could not register new user). This is why I am trying to update to 2.0.17, what you are seeing is 2.13



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skyjack304
Re: Xoops Upgrade from 2.13 to 2.0.17 / Problems
  • 2007/9/15 13:15

  • skyjack304

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Yes, I uploaded the contents of the htdocs folder and let it over all files it asked of.



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skyjack304
Re: Xoops Upgrade from 2.13 to 2.0.17 / Problems
  • 2007/9/15 13:13

  • skyjack304

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Yes sir, I deleted it from the package.



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skyjack304
Xoops Upgrade from 2.13 to 2.0.17 / Problems
  • 2007/9/14 23:40

  • skyjack304

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I tried to upgrade last night to "2.0.17" and followed the read me, but when I typed in my web address 4 diff ways added the "/upgrade/" after the adress I could not get the page to come up and got a page error. I typed in the browser as such:
http://www.ratz.fatpipeshosting.com/xoops/modules/newbb/upgrade/
http://www.ratz.fatpipeshosting.com/xoops/modules/upgrade/

http://www.ratz.fatpipeshosting.com/xoops/upgrade/

http://www.ratz.fatpipeshosting.com/upgrade/

I get a error and the update does not come up. Here is what the read me says that I followed:

Upgrading from any XOOPS ranging from 2.0.7 to 2.0.13.2 (using the full package):
1. Move the "upgrade" folder inside the "htdocs" folder (it's been kept out as it's not needed for full installs)
2. Delete htdocs/mainfile.php, and htdocs/install
3. Upload the content of the htdocs folder over your existing files
4. Delete the following folders and files from your server (they belong to an old version):
* class/smarty/core
* class/smarty/plugins/resource.db.php
5. Empty the templates_c folder (except index.html)
6. Ensure the server can write to mainfile.php
7. Access <your.site.url>/upgrade/ using your browser, and follow the instructions
8. Write-protect mainfile.php again
9. Remove the upgrade folder after use
10. Update the "system" module from the modules administration interface

THANKS ALL for any input, Larry



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skyjack304
Re: Could not register new user.
  • 2007/9/14 22:42

  • skyjack304

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  • Since: 2006/11/8


Thanks for all the replys.
Yes, (allow new user reg) is checked.
Yes, (cache directory is chmodded 777)
As far as mail settings, I set it for automatic account registration and get the (could not register new user) error.
I looked at the link "debianus" posted to see if I can read up on an answer. It was based on E-mail problems and I cant even get the person trying to Register to go thru with automatic registration/no approval needed.

Anyone else know a link or have a suggestion? Thanks

I tried to upgrade last night to "2.0.17" and followed the read me, but when I typed inmy web address http://www.ratz.fatpipeshosting.com/xoops/modules/newbb/
and added the "/upgrade/" after the adress 4 different ways:
Following .com, following /xoops, following /modules, and following //newbb. I get a error and the update does not come up. Here is what the read me says:

Upgrading from any XOOPS ranging from 2.0.7 to 2.0.13.2 (using the full package):
1. Move the "upgrade" folder inside the "htdocs" folder (it's been kept out as it's not needed for full installs)
2. Delete htdocs/mainfile.php, and htdocs/install
3. Upload the content of the htdocs folder over your existing files
4. Delete the following folders and files from your server (they belong to an old version):
* class/smarty/core
* class/smarty/plugins/resource.db.php
5. Empty the templates_c folder (except index.html)
6. Ensure the server can write to mainfile.php
7. Access <your.site.url>/upgrade/ using your browser, and follow the instructions
8. Write-protect mainfile.php again
9. Remove the upgrade folder after use
10. Update the "system" module from the modules administration interface

THANKS ALL for the input, when I find the fix I'll post what fixed it.
Larry



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skyjack304
Re: Could not register new user.
  • 2007/9/13 21:54

  • skyjack304

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No ideas/answer from anyone??



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skyjack304
Could not register new user.
  • 2007/9/13 0:55

  • skyjack304

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  • Since: 2006/11/8


I,ve looked and searched all over before this post. I am running XOOPS 2.13 And all the sudden my new users can't register. I have 40 that have worked but now it has stoped. I have it set to be activated by web master (Myself). The users are getting a error after filling in there e-mail, user name and password and hitting submit. The error reads (Could not register new user). Any helpfull ideas?
Thanks, Larry




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