1
DarinAllan
Not working!

OK before the upgrade I had a problem with changing permissions in CBB and possibly Profile module, because we were close to an upgrade to 2.4.0 I thought I won't pursue that problem until I upgraded.

Sorry you don't have permission to access this area.

I have now upgraded to 2.4.1 and there is no difference what could the problem be, any ideas?

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ghia
Re: Not working!
  • 2009/11/13 8:58

  • ghia

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  • Posts: 4953

  • Since: 2008/7/3 1


You have set the group permissions correct for the forum (module access)?
In the forum module, there are also a lot of permissions to be set for having access to the different categories and fora. Mind the dropdowns: 'Select' with 'category access' and 'select' with 'Can acces' are the principals.

3
DarinAllan
Re: Not working!

Webmaster is set up with all permissions, but I can't change any settings for anyone not even webmaster. I have tried so many things and nothing has worked. It's exactly the same with the Profile module. I've deleted templates from cache, I have checked to see if anything wrong with the hosting (they reckon not).

I am my wits end, I have debug on and it just says this

Debug

Notice: Use of undefined constant _MI_EXTGAL_B_SUB - assumed '_MI_EXTGAL_B_SUB' in file /modules/extgallery/xoops_version.php line 481
Notice: Deprecated function 'mod_getUnameFromIds', use XoopsUserUtility directly. in file /Frameworks/art/functions.user.php line 26

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ghia
Re: Not working!
  • 2009/11/13 9:39

  • ghia

  • Community Support Member

  • Posts: 4953

  • Since: 2008/7/3 1


Quote:
Webmaster is set up with all permissions, but I can't change any settings for anyone not even webmaster.
About which permissions are you talking now (URL)?

I see you have extgallery. Try once to deactivate it (not deinstall!). Users have reported admin menu mess up.

5
DarinAllan
Re: Not working!

I'll just start again it may be the easiest option lol.

The Profile module

I go to the backend

I choose the Profile module

I select Permissions

I can not change any permissions from this page, none at all.

The Forum module

I go to the backend

I choose the Forum (CBB 3.08) module

I select Can View in Permissions for example but does the same thing for all, I can't uncheck any of the rules.

Both of the modules say as above

Sorry you don't have permission to access this area.

So far the rest of the site seems fine except for the login

When people come to the site they always have to have there details entered of course but they always have to check "Remember Me", if they don't do this they aren't actually logged in although it appears that they are on the surface. This only changed after the upgrade, it was fine before that.

This really has me stumped

Cheers

6
ghia
Re: Not working!
  • 2009/11/13 11:39

  • ghia

  • Community Support Member

  • Posts: 4953

  • Since: 2008/7/3 1


First you check the group permissions (/modules/system/admin.php?fct=groups) for the users to access the modules.
The profile module has normally nothing to do with the forum.

Is your site URL consistent in the use of www? If you mix with and without, it won't work either.

7
DarinAllan
Re: Not working!

Quote:

ghia wrote:
First you check the group permissions (/modules/system/admin.php?fct=groups) for the users to access the modules.


This appears to be fine it's the same way it has been for ages

Quote:
The profile module has normally nothing to do with the forum.


I am not saying it has anything to do with the forum, but the fact is I can't change permissions in the profile module just like I can't change permissions in CBB

Quote:
Is your site URL consistent in the use of www? If you mix with and without, it won't work either.


No there is no mixing of with www and without www.

You have to undertsand that this site has been running well for years, with only minor problems, but something is definitely stuffed now.

I tell you what we can go round and round in circles, I wouldn't ask this if I hadn't tried everything I can think of and read extensively this forum to see if I can find an answer.

So I will donate $50 to Xoops.org at the end of the month if someone from XOOPS can have a look at it for me, even just to prove that it is doing what I am saying it is doing.

Cheers

As it is my site is basically ?????, important features won't work, like the match module. not being able to change permissions in CBB makes it somewhat useless.

Look I don't ask for help very often, I try everything I can before asking questions. I need to get this fixed as quick as possible.

Oh here is a link to the discussion about Log In problems

Cheers

8
ghia
Re: Not working!
  • 2009/11/13 12:51

  • ghia

  • Community Support Member

  • Posts: 4953

  • Since: 2008/7/3 1


Quote:
I am not saying it has anything to do with the forum, but the fact is I can't change permissions in the profile module just like I can't change permissions in CBB
Maybe your hoster instated Suhosin. See also this and this.

9
DarinAllan
Re: Not working!

As part of my research into this, I found that thread and got my host to disable it, it made no difference and they can't see any other problems.

Cheers

10
ghia
Re: Not working!
  • 2009/11/13 13:42

  • ghia

  • Community Support Member

  • Posts: 4953

  • Since: 2008/7/3 1


Try this little suhosintest.php and see how far you get:
<?php
if (isset($_POST['input']))
{
print 
"<pre>";
print_r($_POST['input']);
print 
"</pre><hr>";
}
?>
<form method='post' action='suhosintest.php'>
<?php
for ($i=0$i<5000$i++)
print 
"<input type='text' name='input[$i]' value='$i' size='4'>n";
?>
<input type='submit'>
</form>
If it is not running try with 100 or 1000 instead of 5000.

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