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Re: yogurt can't upload audio
  • 2010/2/12 14:33

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quick note--this was helpful in fixing the same problem I was having. :)



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Caileadair
Re: Home page forum feed
  • 2010/1/25 14:27

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I tried changing the forum theme to default and that didn't change anything and I don't want to change the entire site theme just to show the forum feed. Maybe I'll just drop this issue since I can't figure it out. :)

thanks!



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Caileadair
Re: Home page forum feed
  • 2010/1/22 13:15

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the 2 posts that exist are from Dec. and Jan. so not old. I tried setting it to 1000 and the block disappeared. The same thing also happened when I tried to use that 1000 setting with Recent Topics.

is it possible that this is theme-related and not CBB-related?



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Caileadair
Re: Home page forum feed
  • 2010/1/21 12:44

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It's the forum Recent Posts block which is set to be in the center, top page, no cache, visible.

The edit block settings are:

Number of posts: 5
Time period: 30
Display mode: Full
Display Navigator: No
Title/Post length: 20
Allowed forum list: Forum Information (though I also tried ALL)
Groups access: has all 3 selected

the Forum Information thread has one post to begin with, so that one should be showing in the feed.



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Re: Home page forum feed
  • 2010/1/20 21:58

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I'm also trying to get a forum feed using CBB 3.08. I've got the block set with all 3 user groups having access, but I'm still not able to pull any posts (though the block itself does show).

Perhaps someone can let me know some other things to check? I've also gone over all the other forum permissions and they seem to be set correctly.

Thx, in advance!




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Caileadair
Re: Version 2.3.3RC
  • 2010/1/15 18:57

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Quote:

sailjapan wrote:
Sorry, I was just trying to show you where to put the files so that they were 'out of root'. Yes, when you make the changes to mainfile.php, don't include the last slash. It should look something like this:



thanks, that fixed it! :) now on to solving other issues!



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Caileadair
Re: Version 2.3.3RC
  • 2010/1/14 22:21

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Quote:

JAVesey wrote:

Welcome to XOOPS

I was under the impression that Liaise 1.5 was written specifically for the older (and now superceded) XOOPS 2.2.x branch and doesn't work properly with the 2.0.x, 2.3.x and 2.4.x branches?


thanks for the welcome...its very hard to figure out the module versions on this site and discover what they require to work. the Liaise 1.5 needed Cube (which I didn't know until after downloading the file and reading the readme.txt file and I had no idea what that was anyway *g*).

anyhow, instead of fiddling with all that I'm trying out the AM Contact module.



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Re: Version 2.3.3RC
  • 2010/1/14 21:49

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thanks...quick question -- do I leave off that last trailing slash?

Quote:

sailjapan wrote:
/home/caileadair/2010_lib/imaginedome.com/
/home/caileadair/2010_data/imaginedome.com/


I tried moving those folders up one level and changed the mainfile.php, then lost access so had to put it back the way I had it.



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Caileadair
Re: Version 2.3.3RC
  • 2010/1/14 15:11

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thanks for the reply and the kind word about my site!

this is the message that is showing:
WARNING: Folder /home/caileadair/imaginedome.com/2010_lib is inside DocumentRoot!
For security considerations it is highly suggested to move it out of DocumentRoot.

WARNING: Folder /home/caileadair/imaginedome.com/2010_data is inside DocumentRoot!
For security considerations it is highly suggested to move it out of DocumentRoot.

This was not showing until I installed the Liase module.

this is the root path in mainfile.php:
// Physical path to the XOOPS documents (served) directory WITHOUT trailing slash
define('XOOPS_ROOT_PATH', '/home/caileadair/imaginedome.com/writersdome/htdocs');

I'm not sure where exactly out of the document root would be or should be.

I didn't realize news and AMS were so similar. I guess I'll uninstall the news module. As for the gallery module, I'm waiting on that till I get these other issues fixed. Once I fix this issue, I'll move on to the others. Its slow going since I'm doing it on my own and have never used or experienced XOOPS before. I wish there was better troubleshooting documentation for these modules. Ah well, I'll keep muddling through as best I can. *s*



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Re: Version 2.3.3RC
  • 2010/1/13 19:49

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Quote:

Mamba wrote:
Quote:
this is confusing i thought xoops_lib = xoops_trust_path

Yes, it is a little bit confusing, so let me explain differently.

And let's forget about XOOPS_TRUST_PATH for right now.

"xoops_lib" and "xoops_data" are directories, which are locations for "XOOPS_PATH" and "XOOPS_VAR_PATH" respectively, and they should be located outside of your "DocumentRoot", which in your case is C:/Program Files/xampp/htdocs/testing'.

You mainfile.php should be:

Quote:
// Physical path to the XOOPS documents (served) directory WITHOUT trailing slash
define( 'XOOPS_ROOT_PATH', 'C:/Program Files/xampp/htdocs/testing' );

// For forward compatibility
// Physical path to the XOOPS library directory WITHOUT trailing slash
define( 'XOOPS_PATH', 'C:/Program Files/xampp/xoops_lib' );
// Physical path to the XOOPS datafiles (writable) directory WITHOUT trailing slash
define( 'XOOPS_VAR_PATH', 'C:/Program Files/xampp/xoops_data' );
// Alias of XOOPS_PATH, for compatibility, temporary solution
define("XOOPS_TRUST_PATH", XOOPS_PATH);

Some modules, especially D3 modules developed by GIJOE, use the variable "XOOPS_TRUST_PATH". In order to make sure that they work, you point "XOOPS_TRUST_PATH" to "XOOPS_PATH":

Quote:
define("XOOPS_TRUST_PATH", XOOPS_PATH);

which then points to C:/Program Files/xampp/xoops_lib.

As you can see, "XOOPS_TRUST_PATH" and "XOOPS_PATH" are pointers to the same directory.

Please note: it's always good to change the name of the directory "xoops_lib" and "xoops_data", to something random. So if you change it to "20090128lib" and "01282009data", your mainfile.php would look like this:

Quote:
// Physical path to the XOOPS documents (served) directory WITHOUT trailing slash
define( 'XOOPS_ROOT_PATH', 'C:/Program Files/xampp/htdocs/testing' );

// For forward compatibility
// Physical path to the XOOPS library directory WITHOUT trailing slash
define( 'XOOPS_PATH', 'C:/Program Files/xampp/20090128lib' );
// Physical path to the XOOPS datafiles (writable) directory WITHOUT trailing slash
define( 'XOOPS_VAR_PATH', 'C:/Program Files/xampp/01282009data' );
// Alias of XOOPS_PATH, for compatibility, temporary solution
define("XOOPS_TRUST_PATH", XOOPS_PATH);

Hope it helps a little...


Hi!

I'm a new XOOPS user. I uploaded and installed Liase 1.5. I then began getting the messages about the lib and data directories being inside the document root. So, I followed these instructions as best I could (I'm no programmer *s*) and renamed both directories. I tried moving them down a level and even up a level but I am still getting the error messages. The main XOOPS files are in http://imaginedome.com/writersdome/htdocs.

Am I missing a step or two to get rid of this warning message?

Thanks, in advance, for any help with this!!
~Cail

// For forward compatibility
// Physical path to the XOOPS library directory WITHOUT trailing slash
define('XOOPS_PATH', '/home/caileadair/imaginedome.com/2010_lib');
// Physical path to the XOOPS datafiles (writable) directory WITHOUT trailing slash
define('XOOPS_VAR_PATH', '/home/caileadair/imaginedome.com/2010_data');
// Alias of XOOPS_PATH, for compatibility, temporary solution
define("XOOPS_TRUST_PATH", XOOPS_PATH);




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