Paypal is a mass of different systems, with little consistency which even their own staff don't understand.
I needed to setup recurring payment for a client with using their direct payment API (NVP).
Their staff tried 5-6 times and failed. They go…
Marketplace is not an has never been voluntary effort. I'm not associated with the vanilla team. You can use it as is.
I'm sorry you are ill.
If you are in the UK, US, Canada, or Europe or have an bank account in those countries, I would recommen…
ok, so now I have all the old phpbb avatars in the /uploads/userpics folder with file names matching the Photo field of the GDN_User table. However, the avatars aren't displaying....what am I missing here?
You are going to have…
if the avatars are actual file locations you can transfer them to uploads/userpics then there is a filed in the user table so obviously you will perform a text replace in your query.
if it is not actually file location, you will need to find the re…
This is basically an error which is not an error.
As it is successful, but it is being parsed as an error rather than successful json response.
The likely reason it might be parsed as an error and not json is either MIME type has changed from JSON…
PHPMailer is bundled with vanilla it required fsockets and allow_url_fopen to be On.
if there is already an account it the connect has to link it. it is likely the root users password you'd try.
basically this will happen every time there is an …
As a security precaution, CGI and PHP scripts run with different user credentials than you do when you edit your files
This is nothing unusual. In fact it would be pretty poor if they didn't do this.
what is the actual permission of the file a…
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The config file is rewritten every time there is a configuration change via Vanilla software.
Since the software is writing the file, it owns it. There is no way around this, as far as I can …
it is good that they are security crazy, however such a limitation could lead some people to some not so good security practice.
The application itself does not set umask. It only a small number of folders which have to bunder the web user. In fact…
I would chmod 777 anything there is never any reason to set permission that high.
Fist check that meet the minimum requirement. I presume you a have curl installed.
Then follow this
naturally if config.php is written to it will come under the web user or or the suPHP user.
You should not rely on any application chowning or chomoding anything. My argument the file management is not the domain of web applications at all, certain…
script output before headers: index.php is usually an indication there is some stray white space somewhere, or some premature output.
sometimes some add-ons add extra white space without realising or they echo something for crude debug reasons. The…
it might be related to the cookie domain. Is it broad or specific?
if you have a cookie for www. and a cookie for domain without catch all sub domains, becuase this has the same salt it would invalidate the session (similar if you were running copi…
really you host would better do it like so
rather then the domains in the public_html which after all is the web root normally. You want separate web roots for each domain ideally.