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Re: Where am I wrong?

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Vinz wrote: I am running ver 2.0.11 - is this too "old"?


I can't quote the technical changes, but it just might be different enough.
It looks like your language pak and database didn't get MODed properly.
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Re: Where am I wrong?

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Take a note of the topic prefix here: [2.0.16]. That means this MOD was only tested against a normal phpBB 2.0.16 install. phpBB 2.0.11 is insecure; it's oudated. MODs like these should not be prioritized in front of upgrades. :wink:
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phpBB2.0.19 problem

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Hello,

I just installed PhpBB for the first time and had a go at installing this mod. As far as I can see, all the changes have been made (including the one to the database). But nothing has happened - nothing on the Configuration page or anywhere else. Could it be because I'm using PhpBB 2.0.19? If so, can you think of anything I could do that might help?

Thanks for all the hard work!
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2.0.19 again

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Sorry - I think it's working after all, just not showing up on the configuration page. Which isn't so important for me - the most important thing is that people have to log in before they can see the profiles, and that seems to be the default now. Thanks again!
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Post by QuillSpirit »

I just installed on my *previously* vanilla 2.0.19 with zero issues. Works like a charm, easy install... Thanks!
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Post by Eddy Kiprich »

basic question; will easymod install it or should you install this mod manually?
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Post by Eddy Kiprich »

Yes it does, just did it. Greath mod! :D
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Trying to download

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I have downloaded 4 other mods and installed them without problems.
I'm trying to download this mod, but it looks as if the file doesn't exist. What can I do?

Okey, I found out that my browser don't like ".mod" files.
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Re: Trying to download

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bhahn wrote: I have downloaded 4 other mods and installed them without problems.
I'm trying to download this mod, but it looks as if the file doesn't exist. What can I do?

Okey, I found out that my browser don't like ".mod" files.


Never mind this nube dimwit figured it out.
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Post by jarotoouk »

Excellent.

Running phpBB 2.0.19 with easymod 0.3.0.

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Post by Ninoslav »

Worked like a charm for me.

phpBB 2.0.20 with easymod 0.3.0.
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adding a view

Post by tgtje »

well, i just read the whole forum topics for this mod.

from earlier investigations:

for those who use different styles for there board some of the answers related to missing something in the acp (found out myself with some other mods etc..) because of the tpl for board config (admin folder) isn't always up to the latest.

simple: some styles/templates use a "older" board config tpl
this result in missing some lines in the acp.

even if you have updated the forum to .020, the used style/template overrides the newer (from.020) board tpl

hope it helps someone else to
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Post by smithinny »

Eddy Kiprich wrote: Yes it does, just did it. Greath mod! :D


How do you install it with EasyMod?
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Post by smithinny »

Can someone PLEASE help me and tell me how to install this with EasyMOD?
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Post by John West »

smithinny wrote: Can someone PLEASE help me and tell me how to install this with EasyMOD?


:arrow: From http://easymod.sourceforge.net/readme/#g_faq_mod_inst

Installing MODs with EasyMOD
Theoretically, EM should be able to install any single MOD currently in the MODs database at www.phpbb.com. However, MOD authors do not currently write their MODs to prevent clashes with other MODs. Therefore the more MODs you install then the more likely they will clash with each other and EM won't be able to install them. The next phase of the project will be to write a set of standards to prevent this (EMC).

To Install a MOD

1. Connect to the server (through the FTP) where the MOD(s) are to be installed
2. Go to the forum folder and then admin/mods/ folder
3. Create a new folder for the MOD files and folders
* note: the directory you create cannot have any spaces or single quotes (')
* note: All MODs should have their own directory
* example (correct): admin/mods/Country_Flags
* example (incorrect): admin/mods/Country Flags
4. Upload all files and folders for the MOD into the created folder.
5. Visit the forum where the MOD(s) are to be installed, log in as an Administrator, and enter the Administration Panel.
6. Click on "Install MODs" under the "MOD Center" header in the left-hand-side panel.
7. Enter the password for EasyMOD that you first set at installation (or on the "EasyMOD Settings" page).
8. EM will list any MODs it detects (see below for problems). Find the MOD in the list of MODs and just click the "Process" button to the right of it.
9. Confirm that EasyMOD has detected and correctly interpreted all steps in the MOD and then click the "Next Step" button.
10. EasyMOD will now make changes to your database if you command it to. Any SQL with a check next to it will be performed by EM. If you are reinstalling a MOD, you probably do not want to run the SQL a second time, so be careful!

Official Warning: This is a DUMB process. Commands you check off will be executed but EM does NOT check to see if these changes will negatively impact your database. You are STRONGLY advised to backup your database before making any changes! Prior to executing, you are advised to examine each command thoroughly or ask for feedback from experienced MOD installers. Again, if you are reinstalling a MOD, multiple executions of the same SQL lines could adversely effect your database!

Click the "Complete Installation" button when your done.
11. Check to make sure that the MOD installed correctly.
* note: in most of the cases (settings) you won't have to worry about that, but if you had chosen "download" or "on screen" method for writing or "manually load" for moving then you will need to move backups and other files to places shown in the tables.
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