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CBB (newbb) 3.0.8


The CBB module, whose dirname is "newbb", is the forum module for The XOOPS CMS.
It has been designed and developed upon the combination of features, flexibity, permission control and performance for high traffic volume.


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    Submitter: phppp
    Publisher: phppp
    Released: 2007/12/08

    Version: 3.08
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    Downloads: 19352
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    Home Page: Xoops Forge

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    Price: Free | Platform: 2.0.x | License: GNU General Public License (GPL) (v. 2.0) | Limitations: None

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     Re: CBB (newbb) 3.0.8

    Hi I have installed this however I am getting these errors for the imageshack is that necessary? He is what my host said

    Hello Victor

    I have resolved the issues with the following:

    Path for attachment storing:
    Path for attached image thumbs:

    Next, most scripts that do image processing generally need either GD library or ImageMagicK. Your script detects GD2 so I am not sure if you need the ImageMagicK, you should check with the developers about this. Though, it does exist on the server in addition to GD lib.

    For example, the "convert" binary for ImageMagicK is at /usr/bin/convert.

    root@zed [~]# which convert

    root@zed [~]# /usr/bin/convert -v
    Version: ImageMagick 6.4.8 2009-08-06 Q16 OpenMP
    Copyright: Copyright (C) 1999-2009 ImageMagick Studio LLC

    The rest of the IM libs are also in /usr/bin so I am not sure why the script is not detecting it.

    You should probably also ask them if NetPBM is needed if GD2 is found.

    As for the forums, what is the link to the page having the problem, the expected behavior, and the current behavior?

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