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devilock76
Can't access System->Group Admin
  • 2009/3/29 23:45

  • devilock76

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Went live about 2 hours ago. Now the primary admin account cannot access the group admin page, it says I do not have permissions for that?

Ken

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devilock76
Re: Can't access System->Group Admin
  • 2009/3/29 23:50

  • devilock76

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Addendum, I cannot seem to get into any System area in the admin although I can get into admin.

Ken

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devilock76
Re: Can't access System->Group Admin
  • 2009/3/29 23:55

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More info, despite my mainfile.php being updated to now show the DNS as XOOPS URL and not the IP address, links from my admin are showing the ip address which I think might be why I am getting permission denied. Why would links in the admin area be using the IP address as the XOOPS URL?

Ken

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devilock76
Re: Can't access System->Group Admin
  • 2009/3/30 0:05

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OK that is the problem, for some reason admin links, inside admin are showing the IP as the XOOPS url and not the dns. If I manually enter the link it works fine. How do I correct this?

Ken

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devilock76
Re: Can't access System->Group Admin
  • 2009/3/30 1:22

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OK, I found out the problem, and I fixed it one way, but I gotta ask is there another way to solve this or a way to prevent it from occuring.

The issue was the file in the xoops_data/caches/xoops_cache/xoops_adminmenu_XoopsGuiDefault.php

Now to note mine is named differently and is not in the doc root, but that info is properly entered in the mainfile.php file.

Anyway in there is stores all the admin menu links, I wasn't sure if I could just wipe out this file so instead I used sed to replace the ip address with the DNS name and problem solved.

Anyway please advise if there is an easier or less Unix level way to repair this or prevent it from happening, or for that matter if I can just delete that file should I change things again.

Ken

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devilock76
Re: Can't access System->Group Admin
  • 2009/3/30 1:41

  • devilock76

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Just tried plain deleting it on my test site and it worked fine. So there you go.

Ken

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