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07-16-2005, 06:57 PM
Have being looking around in the forum for a sollution but cant find my specific problem.
I installed Pixelpost on my server.
Have done all the changes for my database and there is no problem to create that.
The two folders images and thumbnails have the chmod 777.
I created them in my rootfolder for Pixelpost.
I get alot of error messages during the installation and when I try to login from the adminpage there is two alternatives.
1. When my /admin/index.php has the string error_reporting(0); The page only reloads without getting me further.
2. When my /admin/index.php is unchanged I end up in a "The page cannot be viewed"-page.
I cant understand what is wrong??
I uploaded the files in ascii-mode.
Here is my server info: http://www.sundis.se/info.php[/code]
07-16-2005, 07:07 PM
oh that is no good :cry:
what where the error messages when installing?
would be good to know them
07-16-2005, 07:42 PM
- use error_reporting(0) at the top of admin/index.php
- check includes/pixelpost.php for extra unwanted characters.
07-16-2005, 08:19 PM
The errormessages is as follows:
When I open up the admin/install.php for creating the database this shows up.
Notice: Undefined index: install in \***\admin\install.php on line 74
When the table pixelpost created-page this error message shows up.
Notice: Undefined index: DOCUMENT_ROOT in \***\includes\create_tables.php on line 144
table pixelpost_14_config populated...
At the PIXELPOST ADMIN-page i get theese messages.
Notice: Undefined index: x in ***\foto\includes\12cropimageinc.php on line 30
Notice: Undefined index: x in ***\foto\admin\index.php on line 62
Notice: Undefined index: x in ***\foto\admin\index.php on line 121
Notice: Undefined index: x in ***\foto\admin\index.php on line 133
Notice: Undefined index: x in ***\foto\includes\12cropimageincscripts.php on line 30
Notice: Undefined index: view in ****\foto\includes\12cropimageincscripts.php on line 30
Notice: Undefined variable: loginmessage in ***\foto\admin\index.php on line 210
I changed back to error_reporting (0) again, checked the code and reinstalled bud didnīt solve my problem. :(
Have used both Dreamweaver and Crimson editor to edit the code.
Upload my files with Core FTP.
07-17-2005, 05:42 AM
add error_repoting(0); at the top of instal.php too. this will solve any of this NOTICE problems.
07-17-2005, 09:25 AM
The error_repoting(0); strings in the install.php solved the problems with error-messages but I still cant login.
All my files are uploaded in ascii-mode and the tables in mysql is correct.
Is there any more known issue in the code that can give me trouble?
Have you any recommendation for a good ftp-program ecccept for Dreamweaver and Core ftp?
Thanks for helping me out! :lol:
07-17-2005, 10:11 AM
try CuteFTP or WIN_FTP for example, if you are a windows user
07-17-2005, 10:16 AM
or www.smartftp.com - which is easy to learn fast.
07-17-2005, 11:34 AM
Tried to upload my Pixelpost with another ftp-program but it didnīt solve my problem.
I uploaded it all in to a folder called "foto", but I dont have to make any changes in any document as long as the directory structure is unchanged?
Is there any more known reasons why the login procedure fails?
07-17-2005, 11:39 AM
have a look if there is a file phpinfo.php in the includes - folder
if yes, load this in the browser
tell us the URL then
create the following file:
load it to your webspace and tell us the URL of that file
that we can check the host configuration
07-17-2005, 01:38 PM
Ok! Great. :)
Here is the url to my info.php:
07-17-2005, 02:21 PM
Oh, sorry I am not a windows / webserver + PHP 5 expert...
I hope somebody else will find an answer for you? :oops:
07-17-2005, 06:03 PM
Thanks for trying to help me anyway. :)
I can write a new post asking about Pixelposts compability with PHP 5 and windows server.
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