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Installation Issues - 8

Help with errors during installations, server requirement, etc.
3219 posts | Last Activity on 20-03-2020 17:59 by Falk
Falk
Falk 20-03-2020 17:59, 16 days ago
Re: Errors in English readme Thank you, updated.
douwe_yntema
douwe_yntema 20-03-2020 17:38, 16 days ago
Re: Errors in English readme During translation the English readme-en.html for V8.00.30 to Dutch, I discovered some bugs:

Line 435 displays wrong directory, it shows 8.00.19 in stead of 8.00.30

Line 362 displaying the wrong linenumber, it shows 135 in stead of 176

There is no forum tag for 8.00.30, so I placed this is 8.00.00
Oleg
Oleg 18-01-2020 18:12, 3 months ago
Re: Errors in 8.00.23 download

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1st, Please do not hi-jack threads, always start a new thread for a new issues.

Excuse me, please.

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2nd, Right click on the icon and inspect, see what the path displays. Where does it try to fetch the images from.

http://site.ru/administration/includes/bbcodes/../../images/smiley.png

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Check that config.php has: $db_driver = "pdo";

I had the same problem with $db_driver = "mysqli";

Huh! Quotha! Thanks.
Wanabo
Wanabo 18-01-2020 12:35, 3 months ago
Re: Errors in 8.00.23 download

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The latest version has a small bug, - in administration > bbcodes empty squares are displayed instead of smiles.


Check that config.php has: $db_driver = "pdo";
I had the same problem with $db_driver = "mysql";
Falk
Falk 10-01-2020 18:26, 3 months ago
Re: Errors in 8.00.23 download

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A very strange scenario. I d/l'ed a fresh copy of 8.00.23. The files home.php and install.php are missing. Help !!

setup.php and index.php is what 8 uses, same as 7. ( You set opening page, default is news.php ).

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The latest version has a small bug, - in administration > bbcodes empty squares are displayed instead of smiles.

1st, Please do not hi-jack threads, always start a new thread for a new issues.
2nd, Right click on the icon and inspect, see what the path displays. Where does it try to fetch the images from.
Oleg
Oleg 10-01-2020 17:13, 3 months ago
Re: Errors in 8.00.23 download The path to the site in the main settings is "/".

These icons are not displayed on "AppServ". On sites that are on Linux hosting, everything is correctly displayed.

AppServ for Windows is not very suitable for php fusion.
RobiNN
RobiNN 10-01-2020 16:35, 3 months ago
Re: Errors in 8.00.23 download In Main Settings check site path


snipboard.io/54Dbmh.jpg
Oleg
Oleg 10-01-2020 10:16, 3 months ago
Re: Errors in 8.00.23 download The latest version has a small bug, - in administration > bbcodes empty squares are displayed instead of smiles.
RobiNN
RobiNN 10-01-2020 09:23, 3 months ago
Re: Errors in 8.00.23 download V8 does not have these files.
Grimloch
Grimloch 10-01-2020 09:05, 3 months ago
Re: Errors in 8.00.23 download A very strange scenario. I d/l'ed a fresh copy of 8.00.23. The files home.php and install.php are missing. Help !!
songiuno
songiuno 23-06-2019 20:40, 10 months ago
Re: Clean install of PHP-F V8.00.21 vs upgrade from v7.02.07

Wanabo wrote:

@Wanabo
- What about the utf-8 conversion of the database?
Perhaps you can do it afterwards.

In v7 & was stored as & in the database
In v8 & is stored as & in the database

This tiny difference gave me a headache making the RSS feeds on an upgraded v7 site to v8 valid again.

My intention of a clean v8 install is, after backing up my database, I would delete the database and delete all the v7 installation on my server. Then install v8 as if my site never existed, from scratch, using the settings from my v7 config.php to let the v8 install rebuild the SQL tables... utf-8 conversion included in that. When done, I imagine a fully installed and functioning and EMPTY v8.00.21 site. Then I restore from the v7 backups to restore the entire contents of the site.

Is there a flaw in that concept?
Wanabo
Wanabo 23-06-2019 17:10, 10 months ago
Re: Clean install of PHP-F V8.00.21 vs upgrade from v7.02.07 What about the utf-8 conversion of the database?
Perhaps you can do it afterwards.

In v7 & was stored as & in the database
In v8 & is stored as & in the database

This tiny difference gave me a headache making the RSS feeds on an upgraded v7 site to v8 valid again.
Rudios
Rudios 22-06-2019 00:43, 10 months ago
Re: Clean install of PHP-F V8.00.21 vs upgrade from v7.02.07 Hi Songiuno, keep us posted how it go. Thanks
songiuno
songiuno 21-06-2019 09:20, 10 months ago
Re: Clean install of PHP-F V8.00.21 vs upgrade from v7.02.07 Thanks for the nod, I'm more confident about doing it now.
Falk
Falk 21-06-2019 03:51, 10 months ago
Re: Clean install of PHP-F V8.00.21 vs upgrade from v7.02.07 That should work, a solid plan for a clean setup !
songiuno
songiuno 21-06-2019 03:07, 10 months ago
Re: Clean install of PHP-F V8.00.21 vs upgrade from v7.02.07 I would like to ask all you experts for input/guidance on an idea I have to get my PHP-Fusion site working cleanly again. I had been on v7.02.07 and have installed v7 specific infusions, a few core code tweaks here and there, etc., and now v8.00.21 is running fine except for the errors here and there that I deduce is from those v7 code tweaks and some infusions that aren't playing 100% well with v8. My error log subsequently always has errors logged. I'm not a coder so don't know how to walk back many of the logged errors to come to a fix.

That said, I'm thinking only based on deductive logic and by no means using any deep coding or d/b knowledge. What I want to do is a full database backup. Then delete the v7 install completely saving the config.php settings. Do a fresh v8.00.21 install. Then reapply the original config.php settings followed by d/b restore from the backups. I figure the v8 tables and such will be the same as the tables that restore from backups plus anything new that v8 brings which won't impact anything moving forward, so should work. Any previous v7 tweaks and infusions will be gone but that's what I want so I can "re-baseline" the site.

In truth, will it work? Or will I just end up destroying my site? Will it work but introduce complex fixing requirements to get it to work right?
songiuno
Re: Move PHP-F v7 site from a subdirectory of a domain to its own domain Thank you!
Falk
Re: Move PHP-F v7 site from a subdirectory of a domain to its own domain Enable Users can log in on different devices simultaneously in Admin > Settings > User Management
songiuno
Re: Move PHP-F v7 site from a subdirectory of a domain to its own domain One more reachout for help on this, as one thing did not like the move of my site2 to its own domain.

When I had site2 running in a subdirectory of site1.com as multisite, I had set site2 config.php cookie prefix to be the same as it is for site1. I think (I don't know the exact function of cookies in this regard) that is how I got it to where when a user was logged in to site1.com and clicked a link to go to site2, the user would still be logged in upon reaching site2. Now that site2 is its own domain site2.com, config.php cookie prefix hasn't changed but now whether I'm logged in to site1.com and go to site2.com, or vice versa, I have to login again. Is there something I can do to regain that functionality of staying logged in until I logout of either location?
songiuno
Re: Move PHP-F v7 site from a subdirectory of a domain to its own domain Thank you for the guidance, I think I got it working.
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