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Re: [RC3] Filebase 2.0.0 (Download MOD)

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golgoth wrote:2.1.1 RC1 has been released the 16th and it does support remote upload :)
it is ? ahh crud that's right it's on another site :lol:

I was still going by this topic title

[RC3] Filebase 2.0.0 (Download MOD) :oops:
Guess I need to scroll back and refind the link to viper site etc :oops:
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Re: [RC3] Filebase 2.0.0 (Download MOD)

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i set the file size limit to 200MB and tried to upload a 50MB file.

after a long time like it's trying to upload, i get a screen with the message "Please use the upload button"

i've used considerably smaller files and they work fine.

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swbfguy wrote:i set the file size limit to 200MB and tried to upload a 50MB file.

after a long time like it's trying to upload, i get a screen with the message "Please use the upload button"

i've used considerably smaller files and they work fine.
Check your host php upload limit. You may have to try to override their settings with a php.ini file.

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OKCRandy wrote: Check your host php upload limit. You may have to try to override their settings with a php.ini file.
yeah, that's apparently the prob.. 50MB is the limit set by the server admin. obviously my file is bigger than that.

what should i do now?

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If you have a php.ini file you can change it there, if not you have to contact your host.
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swbfguy wrote:
OKCRandy wrote: Check your host php upload limit. You may have to try to override their settings with a php.ini file.
yeah, that's apparently the prob.. 50MB is the limit set by the server admin. obviously my file is bigger than that.

what should i do now?
Create a text file php.ini and upload to the root of your forum. Depending on your hosting service this may not work. Below is the contents of my php.ini to bypass my hosting service limit of 10 MB

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upload_max_filesize = 70M
post_max_size = 70M
Hope this helps.

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Re: [RC3] Filebase 2.0.0 (Download MOD)

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With the actual 2.1.1 RC1 you can use a http link to your file. So you can upload the file with your ftp client and then add the file with the link or remote function in filebase.

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Re: [RC3] Filebase 2.0.0 (Download MOD)

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Drugs wrote:That part is to add the ACP part of it which is why it says the parent is .MODS
Hello, thanks for your reply, but i still did not understand what you mean :-( hope you can be more detailed.

Thanks

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Alright peeps

Watching this Topic Closely and awaiting a update :) ...

Is 2.1.1 released yet ?? if so wheres the link

Cheers
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WMCMoo wrote:Alright peeps

Watching this Topic Closely and awaiting a update :) ...

Is 2.1.1 released yet ?? if so wheres the link

Cheers
No final yet, just the release canidate 1

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Re: [RC3] Filebase 2.0.0 (Download MOD)

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OK thanks for the link

After a few hours messing and installing old to new releases, im finnaly stumped as to what to do next,,

I currently had 200 downloads before .. i still have them but with no names ? they just has NOT SET by them,, i presume its because moderators have to change them ye ?

Which leads me onto my next question

How do i get Moderators Control Panel for Filebase ? i can see all permissions but the MCP part ?

Help please

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Ignore my previous comment sorted :mrgreen:
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JiveMiguel wrote:Has this been addressed?

http://www.securityfocus.com/bid/28194
Yes, check the date, that was at the beginning of March.
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