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  • Peter_AUS
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    Well a but silly then being there isn't it, as it specifically says don't upload, unless you need to, so didn't look there. But at least finally the question is answered Hey.

    So why wouldn't this file be in the upload directory, is that because normally on a working site there would already be the expectation of that file being there ?

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  • nubian
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    Originally posted by tonetu View Post
    am using mac and the problem with it is all "." files like ".htaccess" getting hidden so i can't see it!
    so i have a question now "maybe it's a silly question" but i believe it's easy to answer

    my question is: when you guys downloaded vb 4.0, did you find ".htaccess" file or not? because i didn't find it and it might be hidden! or ".htaccess" file is not in the vb 4.0 zip files?

    thanks
    Originally posted by Peter_AUS View Post
    Tonetu,

    No the vb4 suite doesn't come with a .htaccess file at all on my package that I downloaded. Hope that finally answers that question for you.
    Incorrect, the .htaccess file is located in the do_not_upload' folder.

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  • Peter_AUS
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    Tonetu,

    No the vb4 suite doesn't come with a .htaccess file at all on my package that I downloaded. Hope that finally answers that question for you.

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  • tonetu
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    Originally posted by PitchouneN64ngc View Post
    If you are on a Mac, you have 2 solutions:
    - Use some FTP software like Filezilla, you will see it and able to open it
    - Use this command line in Terminal:
    Code:
    defaults write com.apple.Finder AppleShowAllFiles true
    After that, edit your file and don't forget to do the same command but with 'false' statement at the end!
    nothing happen with this command in terminal...
    i tried it and nothing change! could you please tell me what does this command do?

    and my question still without answer, does (vb 4.0 zip file) in the download area in vbulletin.com have .htaccess or not? because am having a problem and it might be because there's no .htaccess file in my root!

    thanks

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  • Yves Rigaud
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    If you are on a Mac, you have 2 solutions:
    - Use some FTP software like Filezilla, you will see it and able to open it
    - Use this command line in Terminal:
    Code:
    defaults write com.apple.Finder AppleShowAllFiles true
    After that, edit your file and don't forget to do the same command but with 'false' statement at the end!

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  • tonetu
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    am using mac and the problem with it is all "." files like ".htaccess" getting hidden so i can't see it!
    so i have a question now "maybe it's a silly question" but i believe it's easy to answer

    my question is: when you guys downloaded vb 4.0, did you find ".htaccess" file or not? because i didn't find it and it might be hidden! or ".htaccess" file is not in the vb 4.0 zip files?

    thanks

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  • Jhumon
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    Good Work Sir.Its nicely working for me.

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  • Zachery
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    Report any bugs you're having with the mod_rewrite in the tracker if they already havent been reported.

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  • Katsue
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    If it works fine for the forum, there is some problems with CMS. Indeed, whichever button I click, I still stay on the Welcome page. For instance, if I click the Guide Button, I can see http://.../content/2-Travel in my address bar, but the page displayed is still the Welcome one.

    Don't we need a RewriteRule for content.php ?

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  • cosy
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    error 500 here using OP rules







    Originally posted by Zachery View Post
    Wait for the beta 4 build, we should ship a default htaccess.
    500 error also

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  • Yves Rigaud
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    I never used it but my editor reports this line in black instead in green (as you can see), so this is a line with some errors.

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  • Charlie_Brown
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    Originally posted by PitchouneN64ngc View Post
    The line which rename entries links fails.

    I can see this:

    It should be:

    Change 'W' to 'w'.
    So this will stop the 400 errors?

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  • Yves Rigaud
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    I didn't use it, but it seems to working good

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  • Bergler
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    Originally posted by PitchouneN64ngc View Post
    At the root folder of your forums.
    Thank you for that, worked well!! Is this how the link should look?? http://www.xxxxxxxxxx.com/fishing/th...de-Simple-8207

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  • Yves Rigaud
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    Originally posted by Bergler View Post
    Here is the stupid question of the day, where do you put the .htaccess file?
    At the root folder of your forums.

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