Did you ever have any luck with this? It seems like your problem all along is that your phpBB files are set to readonly access. You need to chmod them to 744.Velcro Warrior wrote: ok, I'm going to try a fresh install of easymod and see what I get. I'm obviously missing something since no one else seems to recieve the errors I do...
Wow, it was certainly an adventure following all of your posts I see you got it installed and are now working on the 2.0.5 to 2.0.6 script. Everything working out ok?trekken46 wrote: i had it in a folder of the same (or similar) name, but i will retry with a new folder of the same name as the file. i'll let you know how it works. thanks
Indeed it isAlleyKat wrote:import-store wrote:seem to be getting the same problem as well, not quite sure why its doing this:
> USER import-store
331 Password required for import-store.
> PASS ********
530 User import-store cannot log in, home directory inaccessible.
Error : PASS command failed
Disconnected from remote host
FTP ERROR: login failed
Just a guess, but... your password for ftp may be wrong?
Only if you know how to use MySQL from the command line.BradGTS wrote: I am aware of phpmyadmin but i do not have this installed currently is there another way?
Man, you were another person with an interesting journey Yeah, that' roughly what EM is doing now. I hope you get your SQL problems figured outnubianniht wrote:blueadmin wrote:do you have phpMyAdmin, if so it may be that the script created 'cloned_databased.phpbb_flag_table' instead of 'cloned_databased.flag_table'
i hope i'm getting this right.
this latest easymod is suppose to do the follow:
- make/write the proper entries into your php and tpl files that are in the install.txt of the mod you are currently trying to install
- transfer those files that are in the mod you are trying to install into the proper directories
Do you have FTP access to the server? I'm thinking it is possible that you have Safe Mode enabled on your webserver so that you can't write files. Using FTP for write and move will solve this (instead of using server/copy).Tyler Durden wrote: Why does this happen everytime? How can I get this to install correctly? I'm willing to edit just about anything at this point! lol
If you enable the FTP Debug Mode and report back here what the output on page 4 is then I can better tell what is going in.ComRade wrote: I in the part of step 4 of 5,
i get those errors when the files are moved right, but then i changed some files access to 744 just to see if it works and it didnt move some of files when i installing EM.
No, deleting any of the EM files will not screw up your DB.ComRade wrote: is there a way uninstall Easy Mod? cuz i think i screwed my data base up by deleting the easy mod folder including the easymod files inside it..
AFAIK this is woefully inadequate. EM will take SQL from the MOD and then convert it into any of the supported databases as needed. This is not covered by the phpBB DBAL so I had to create a fair bit of code to handle this. What you are linking to does not even come close to doing this.vze3k59w wrote: For sql generation, why dont you try to incorporate this http://www.phpbbhacks.com/downloads/1100.zip and make em run the db_update.php file?
Heh, yeah and its based on my codenetclectic wrote: Anyway, there are various things in development which should hopefully make it redundant.
What the heck? No one has had this before. This part of the code looks in the admin/mods directory to try to find MODs. Do you have and admin/mods directory? If so, what do you have in there?dooglas wrote: Supplied argument is not a valid Directory resource in /home/macinnis2/public_html/board/admin/admin_easymod.php on line 993
/me beats Drowelf repeatedly with a wet noodleDrowelf wrote: Why did you make this version not do SQL commands?
Are you planning to add SQL commands?
If not, where can I find an earlier version of this mod with the SQL commands?
Yup, sounds like it Jelly. He should be using FTP if he has access (regardless of what the FTP Module test in the install says).A_Jelly_Doughnut wrote: It appears you don't have write permissions, Tyler