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Re: Log connections

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RoutersTR wrote:moderators or global moderators don't see log connections..

moderators see permissions settings ???
You have to give to your moderator the admin permission to view logs in ACP:

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DaZam wrote:Maybe it's just me but when I use the filter function in the log (where you can enter for example a certain ip to only see matches of that ip) the paging function disappears? And yes there are more hits than whats showed on the first page.

Can someone else confirm this?
Hi DaZam,

There is a little bug. The paging function disappears but I wanted display all records in the page, that isn't the case. To correct this problem, open /includes/acp/acp_lc.php and search:

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			view_log($mode, $log_data, $log_count, $config['topics_per_page'], $start, $forum_id, 0, 0, $sql_where, $sql_sort);
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			$topic_per_page = (!empty($usearch) || !empty($isearch) || $asearch !== 'ACP_LOGS_ALL') ? '' : $config['topics_per_page'];
			view_log($mode, $log_data, $log_count, $topic_per_page, $start, $forum_id, 0, 0, $sql_where, $sql_sort);
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Re: Log connections

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ok :))))

thx thx thx...

Ok i seeee

very big mod connections log

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Re: Log connections

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It has recently become important for me to use this mod, but I have a heavily customized version 3.0.1 board and some of the finds are not there for the code changes, auth_db.php in particular. I searched session.php first and was pleased, but only briefly. :(

Is there a way to make this work with an earlier version than 3.0.2?
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Re: Log connections

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Hi muggins,

It's possible, because this MOD worked on 3.0.1. Before to answer you, why don't you update your phpBB3 version ?

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Re: Log connections

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I have tried more than once, and I end up with lots of errors and incorrect edits. It is a fairly active board, so I don't want it down for a day while I hunt down problems.

As I said, I have lots of mods installed, and some changes that I have made as well, but I'm not a good programmer anymore.

If you have an older version or a list of changes, I would surely appreciate your help! :D
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Re: Log connections

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You are trying to apply the mod to a live board? Keep your fingers crossed! The normal behavior should be that you test the mod on a (local) copy of your board and if it runs well, do the changes to your live board. Everything else is not recommended.

But other than that, I also have a heavily modified board and the edits worked out fine. You sometimes need to look a bit closer, but you can also set up a standard phpbb3 board with no mods and apply the changes there, which should be no problem. Later, compare these modified files with your files from the actual board and apply the changes. Should be easier then.

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Re: Log connections

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I host my board locally, so if a mod barfs I can restore a working set of files within seconds.

If I had scads of time, I would learn to program again, as well, and not need to ask for help from all you good folks. :D
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Re: Log connections

Post by matthewhotdude »

Love this mod! im getting loads of

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Failure - non-existent user
» menioffinty (2 attempts)
are they bot's? surley people arnt stupid enough to try and log in when they havent joined

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Re: Log connections

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matthewhotdude wrote:are they bot's?
maybe. some are!
matthewhotdude wrote:surley people arnt stupid enough to try and log in when they havent joined
Don't be too sure about that :D I also have several entries where users tried to log in before they recognize that they need to register first... - That's life! :lol:

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updown wrote:
matthewhotdude wrote:surley people arnt stupid enough to try and log in when they havent joined
Don't be too sure about that :D I also have several entries where users tried to log in before they recognize that they need to register first... - That's life! :lol:
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Re: Log connections

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Elglobo,

Do you have a version of this for 3.0.1, or a list of the edit changes?
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Re: Log connections

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Hi muggins,

I had as I already said in this topic, because the MOD worked under phpBB 3.0.1 but it was updated to the last version. I don't keep the old archives and I don't have the time to support old versions of phpBB3.

It's already complicated with the actual version :-D Exceptionally, I can give you a list of changes for files who are problematics.

Give me a quick report of finds that you don't match ;)
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Re: Log connections

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Do you have a php script for the database table modifications? Every time I've used PHPMyAdmin on a mod it hasn't worked properly.

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Elglobo,

Many thanks. I will have the list of unmatched finds for you within 36 hours.
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Re: Log connections

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Elglobo,

Here are my unmatched finds.

The third find in includes/auth/auth_db.php:

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    if (!$username)
    { 
In searching and comparing code, I found the correct version of auth_db.php, and have it in place now.

It's all sorted now, and I will install your mod. Thanks for the lesson! :D
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