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signin.php page not displaying

edited February 2006 in Vanilla 1.0 Help
Hi, I just set up vanilla using the 'installer.php' file. I've set it up locally (i.e. localhost). The db got created (total 18 tables). I reviewed the 'settings.php' page and everything seems to be in order: // Database Settings define("dbHOST", "localhost"); define("dbNAME", "vanilla"); define("dbUSER", "root"); define("dbPASSWORD", "mypassword"); The signin page is coming up blank?? Any ideas? Thanks.


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    is the rest of the forum working ok?
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    Cannot access any page which leads me to think that it's not resolving the db connection?? Maybe.
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    That seems unlikely, since the installer was able to create the tables.
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    edited February 2006
    Here is the content of my settings.php page for troubleshooting (any pointers?): <?php // Database Settings define("dbHOST", "localhost"); define("dbNAME", "vanilla"); define("dbUSER", "root"); define("dbPASSWORD", "mypassword"); // Path Settings define("agAPPLICATION_PATH", "c:\Apache\htdocs\nycfcug\forums/"); define("sgLIBRARY", agAPPLICATION_PATH."library/"); define("agEXTENSIONS", agAPPLICATION_PATH."extensions/"); define("agLANGUAGES", agAPPLICATION_PATH."languages/"); // Application Settings define("agAPPLICATION_TITLE", "My Forum"); define("agBANNER_TITLE", "My Forum"); define("agDEFAULT_STYLE", "styles/vanilla/"); define("agDOMAIN", ""); define("agSAFE_REDIRECT", "signin.php?PageAction=SignOut"); define("agDISCUSSIONS_PER_PAGE", "30"); define("agDISCUSSIONS_PER_FEED", "20"); define("agCOMMENTS_PER_PAGE", "50"); define("agSEARCH_RESULTS_PER_PAGE", "30"); define("agCOOKIE_DOMAIN", "localhost"); define("agSUPPORT_EMAIL", ""); define("agSUPPORT_NAME", "John Doe"); define("agALLOW_NAME_CHANGE", "1"); define("agPUBLIC_BROWSING", "0"); define("agUSE_CATEGORIES", "1"); define("agLOG_ALL_IPS", "0"); // Panel Settings define("agPANEL_BOOKMARK_COUNT", "20"); define("agPANEL_PRIVATE_COUNT", "5"); define("agPANEL_HISTORY_COUNT", "5"); define("agPANEL_USERDISCUSSIONS_COUNT", "5"); define("agPANEL_SEARCH_COUNT", "20"); // Discussion Settings define("agMAX_COMMENT_LENGTH", "5000"); define("agMAX_TOPIC_WORD_LENGTH", "45"); define("agDISCUSSION_POST_THRESHOLD", "3"); define("agDISCUSSION_TIME_THRESHOLD", "60"); define("agDISCUSSION_THRESHOLD_PUNISHMENT", "120"); define("agCOMMENT_POST_THRESHOLD", "5"); define("agCOMMENT_TIME_THRESHOLD", "60"); define("agCOMMENT_THRESHOLD_PUNISHMENT", "120"); define("agTEXT_WHISPERED", "Private"); define("agTEXT_STICKY", "Sticky"); define("agTEXT_CLOSED", "Closed"); define("agTEXT_HIDDEN", "Hidden"); define("agTEXT_BOOKMARKED", ""); define("agTEXT_PREFIX", "["); define("agTEXT_SUFFIX", "]"); // String Formatting Settings define("agDEFAULTSTRINGFORMAT", "Text"); define("agFORMATSTRINGFORDISPLAY", "DISPLAY"); define("agFORMATSTRINGFORDATABASE", "DATABASE"); // Application Mode Constants define("agMODE_DEBUG", "DEBUG"); define("agMODE_RELEASE", "RELEASE"); define("agMODE_UPGRADE", "UPGRADE"); // Registration settings define("agDEFAULT_ROLE", "0"); define("agALLOW_IMMEDIATE_ACCESS", "0"); define("agAPPROVAL_ROLE", "3"); // Application version - Don't change this value or you may have // problems upgrading later. define("agVANILLA_VERSION", ""); // Note: Vanilla included some extremely important security patches. // If you do not have this version installed, we highly recommend that you replace your old vanilla // files with this version. It is okay to leave all files in the appg folder as they are. ?>
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    I don't know if this is the cause of your problem, but a lot of people have been having trouble with backslashes (\) in paths.

    Change them to forward slashes (/) in line 10 and see if that fixes anything
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    That was it...thanks Bergamot! Perhaps we should have this added to the troubleshooting section for Windows users... D
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