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jpco_122122
XOOPS as Intranet?

I am new to XOOPS and I found that XOOPS is such a great CMS, I'm having a problem, upon user's registration their data has been successfully added to the database but there is no email activation or confirmation that had send to them, what shall I do? can I remove the confirmation or activation?how?


I am new to XOOPS and my question is can I use XOOPS as Intranet?

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Mithrandir
Re: XOOPS as Intranet?

In System Admin -> Preferences -> User Info Settings, you can "Select activation type of newly registered users" and set it to activate automatically (no activation email) or activation by webmasters (you will have to manually activate users)

However, it seems you have some problems with your mail setup if it will not send out confirmation emails. In the future, please don't make 3 or more threads all concerning the same issue - yes, confirmation emails and notifications are not exactly the same, but the coherent problem is that the site is not sending the emails, right? Then it is probably the same cause and should only have one support thread.

Generally speaking, XOOPS should be excellent for Intranets.

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jpco_122122
Re: XOOPS as Intranet?

Thank you Mithrandir for your swift reply. I had successfully installed XOOPS through my localhost (127.0.0.1) and I used MySQL as my database and APACHE as my Web Server,but I encountered this problem,when I browse the XOOPS through other computer on the network (http://192.168.0.21/xoops/) it only display all the text,button and textfield but it did not display properly the settings,css and correct background and font.

(http://192.168.0.21/xoops/)-> 192.168.0.21 is my IP address.

What shall I do to fix this error?

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brash
Re: XOOPS as Intranet?
  • 2004/11/12 3:08

  • brash

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What is the XOOPS Virtual Path in your mainfile.php in your XOOPS root directory set to?

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jpco_122122
Re: XOOPS as Intranet?

The physical path is:

// XOOPS Physical Path
// Physical path to your main XOOPS directory WITHOUT trailing slash
define('XOOPS_ROOT_PATH', 'c:/mysql/data/xoops/html');


The virtualpath is:

// XOOPS Virtual Path (URL)
// Virtual path to your main XOOPS directory WITHOUT trailing slash
define('XOOPS_URL', 'http://localhost/xoops');

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brash
Re: XOOPS as Intranet?
  • 2004/11/12 3:51

  • brash

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There it is then . Localhost is a loopback (same as 127.0.0.1), and is only relevant to the local hachine. Change 'http://localhost/xoops' to 'http://192.168.0.21/xoops' and you should be on your way. Even better would be to use a domainname such as 'http://intranet.com/xoops', but that would require you installing and configuring an internal DNS server (if you haven't already) and configuring the DNS records for it.

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jpco_122122
Re: XOOPS as Intranet?

What an intelligent reply! Mahusay!! Bravo!!! Thank you for your swift reply.

I have a question.How can I add a Flash on XOOPS pages? Does any existing module?

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brash
Re: XOOPS as Intranet?
  • 2004/11/12 4:03

  • brash

  • Friend of XOOPS

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That is a different kettle of fish. You'll probably need to insert this directly into you theme.html file, as I know of no module that would do this for you.

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jpco_122122
Re: XOOPS as Intranet?

I tried that one before but unfortunately .swf cannot be seen on XOOPS pages. How can I change the menu settings like I want to put a menu that can be found at http://sothink.com/webtools/dhtmlmenu/index.htm.

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invine4
Re: XOOPS as Intranet?
  • 2004/11/12 6:03

  • invine4

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  • Since: 2004/11/12


Hello All
I read this post and follow the instruction to replace the "localhost" with the ip address.
Now I can see the home page of my site from a remote computer. There is a couple of things...
1- at least 2 gif images are still under localhost/, so they do not show.
2- The button to link to module like News, Web Links are also still keep "localhost" so when I click at one of these, it will be "Page Can Not Be Found" error message.

I try to reboot my Linux and it still give my a problem.
I have slackware and use netconfig to set the static IP of my Linux computer...
Any help is appreciated.
Thanks

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