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    MarkMark Vanilla Staff
    Oh shoot. It was a typo on my part, sorry.

    I should have said:

    In your appg/init_internal.php file, change line 92 from this:


    To this:


    If that doesn't work, then let's try changing line 92 to this:


    If either of those work, you'll need to do the same thing in appg/init_external.php.
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    edited February 2006
    No, it doesn't work.

    I DO see the URL changing:
    (not sure this happened before)

    from to
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    The automatic installer say's something I don't understand:

    Oops. We came across some problems while checking your permissions... We couldn't read the "/srv/www/vhosts/" file. We couldn't open the "/srv/www/vhosts/" file. We couldn't read the "/srv/www/vhosts/" file. We couldn't open the "/srv/www/vhosts/" file. We couldn't read the "/srv/www/vhosts/" file. We couldn't open the "/srv/www/vhosts/" file. We couldn't open the "/srv/www/vhosts/" file. We couldn't create our test file "/srv/www/vhosts/" in the /images directory.

    But all the directory's and file have
    And some files have chmod 666 permissions. (what was in de documentation)
    So all files should be able to be read by anyone right?
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    MarkMark Vanilla Staff
    Yeah, it did work, then.

    The reason you got another error is because the index page loaded properly, and then found that you weren't signed in, so it redirected you to the sign in page.

    The Sign in page uses a different init_ file (init_external.php), so you will need to make that change to the init_external.php file as well.

    Get that sorted, and then we'll move on to the next issue.
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    MarkMark Vanilla Staff
    It seems to me that your server is not allowing relative include paths. Probably a php configuration issue, but who knows?
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    Phew. Thank you Mark!

    I didn't change anything in the PHP congfiguration what could have caused this. So if it IS a PHP config issue, then it's a default thing.
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    MarkMark Vanilla Staff
    Wierdness. Oh well, I'm glad you got it working finally :)
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