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#31
Thanks,

QuotePlease do not post multiple threads with the same request.
I didn't post multiple threads.

I do admit I did ask the question in another thread, but I figured it was probably more of a support issue and people may not look in that particular thread to help me with the problem. So I posted here. Sorry though, I do realize that I should have either posted here in the fisr place or left it the way it was in the general forum.
#32
I'm trying to switch but i'm running into difficulties....

I'm using XOOPS for my CMS (www.xoops.org)

And I have exported my xoops database from plesk and imported it into my freepgs account....

But when I try to load a page I get a
Code:
XOOPS path check: Script is not inside XOOPS_ROOT_PATH and cannot run.
Error.

When I looked up what this error was about it says I need to alter the physical path to the root for my xoops site.

So I entered: /home/httpd/vhosts/httpdocs/freepgs.com/pythonpoole/xoops-2.0.13.1/html

Which theoretically should be the correct path right? Assuming my xoops site is actually in that folder.

But I still receive the same error and on the plesk server I had it set to

/home/httpd/vhosts/scorpionsoftware.org/httpdocs/xoops-2.0.13.1/html

(Where scorpionsoftware.org is my domain) and it worked/works perfectly.

Can someone help me with this please?
#33
Support Requests / Re: Question
November 16, 2005, 10:41:08 AM
It goes down every so often for about 4-5 min while it reboots. This is actually a good thing, servers get over loaded and if they don't reboot atleast once a day there can often be major problems and downtimes.
#34
Support Requests / Re: mail() function
November 02, 2005, 10:31:30 PM
works fine for me to.
#35
Support Requests / Re: htaccess
October 30, 2005, 05:44:16 PM
Oh, ok thanks. I thought htaccess files only affected the folder they're in, not sub-folders they contain.
#36
Support Requests / Re: htaccess
October 30, 2005, 05:40:27 AM
I don't understand why this doesnt work then. Hmm Let me create an example to illustrate my problem:

This works: http://scorpionsoftware.org/gmonline/test/index.php

This doesn't: http://scorpionsoftware.org/gmonline/test/
#37
Support Requests / Re: FTP problems
October 29, 2005, 10:23:53 PM
Can't login either
#38
Hmm its proabably best to contact the freepgs admin on this forum using the PM system, he'll be able to set it up for you properly.
#39
I said it and I'll say it again:
QuoteIt doesn't matter where you registered your domain, Just so long as you also register it with freepgs... so that freepgs can direct your domain to your account, otherwise your domain name won't know where to go and will default to the plesk page.

What this means is, you register it at goaddy (like you have already gone) but then you have to inform the Administrator that you have a domain name, he will then (free of charge) assign your domain to your account, so that nysteo.com will go to the correct page.

If you simply point it at freepgs plesk page and have not set the domain up at the freepgs end, it will simply default to the plesk home page on freepgs.
#40
It doesn't matter where you registered your domain, Just so long as you register it with freepgs... so that freepgs can direct your domain to your account, otherwise your domain name won't know where to go and will default to the plesk page.
#41
Thats assuming the plesk server is setup with your domain (i think).. If your domain isn't registered with freepgs I think it will take you to the page you showed us in your post.
#42
Support Requests / Re: htaccess
October 27, 2005, 09:26:47 PM
You name the .htaccess file ".htaccess" (without quotes) its like a file with no filename.. its just a .htaccess file, thats all you call it.

And what do you mean by allowing an index.php file?
#43
Hmm I just tried again and I still have the same problem.. without an .htaccess file specifically telling it to load index.php, its just ignored and a forbidden error is given (if there is no index.html).
#44
That is very strange, because for me if I have an index.php page in folder I need to actually write in the "index.php" in the url address otherwise it just defaults to index.html or if index.html doesn't exist it gives a not found or forbidden error (can't remember which)
#45
Make sure yall your files are in the httpdocs folder, don't ask, its just that way.

Also make sure that either

1) You include index.php in the url example domain.com/index.php (plesk does not default to index.php)

2) You create an htaccess file telling plesk to default to index.php so you can simply use domain.com