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  • Wayne Luke
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    Originally posted by TheUnitedIndia View Post
    Done but, it doesn't works. Anything to be filled up in (__FILE__)) . '/core';?

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    $config['core_path'] = modcp(modcpcpdir(__FILE__)) . '/core';
    Where did you get the idea to make this change? This will break the entire site.

    This has to point to the core directory and from there the system should be able to find the modcp directory.

    Either leave it as it was by default or type in the path from root (/) to /core manually.

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  • TheUnitedIndia
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    Originally posted by Wayne Luke View Post
    It would be this line here:
    $config['core_path'] = realpath(dirname(__FILE__)) . '/core';

    The reason we tried to automate it is because we have absolutely no clue what the path of your core directory is.
    Done but, it doesn't works. Anything to be filled up in (__FILE__)) . '/core';?

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    $config['core_path'] = modcp(modcpcpdir(__FILE__)) . '/core';

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  • Wayne Luke
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    It would be this line here:
    $config['core_path'] = realpath(dirname(__FILE__)) . '/core';

    The reason we tried to automate it is because we have absolutely no clue what the path of your core directory is.

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  • TheUnitedIndia
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    Originally posted by Wayne Luke View Post
    Only thing I can think of is that for some reason, your server is calculating the core path incorrectly and you'll need to manually enter it into the config.php file. This should be from the root of the drive.
    Can you please give me the code to be placed there and at which place?

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  • Wayne Luke
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    Only thing I can think of is that for some reason, your server is calculating the core path incorrectly and you'll need to manually enter it into the config.php file. This should be from the root of the drive.

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  • TheUnitedIndia
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    Originally posted by Wayne Luke View Post
    Same issue here also. It stuck at http://www.inclusiveworld.net/core/login.php?do=login

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  • Wayne Luke
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    http://www.inclusiveworld.net/core/modcp/

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  • TheUnitedIndia
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    Originally posted by Wayne Luke View Post
    Might want to use a valid domain name.
    Code:
    $config['baseurl'] = 'http://www.inclusiveworld.net';

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  • Wayne Luke
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    Originally posted by TheUnitedIndia View Post
    $config['baseurl'] = 'http://www.mydomain.net';
    Might want to use a valid domain name.

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  • TheUnitedIndia
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    $config['baseurl'] = 'http://www.mydomain.net';

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  • Aakif N.
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    What have you got on the line that starts with this: $config['baseurl']

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  • TheUnitedIndia
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    I am using the latest config.php provided here - https://www.vbulletin.com/forum/show...See-this-first
    So, there is no option for setting /modcp/ or anything like this for modcp:-
    PHP Code:
        // This setting allows you to change the name of the admin folder$config['admincpdir'] = 'admincp'; 

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  • Aakif N.
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    Are you accessing your site from the URL specified in your config.php file?

    Have you changed the directories for ModCP?

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  • TheUnitedIndia
    started a topic Modcp is not accessible after logging in

    Modcp is not accessible after logging in

    Modcp of my forum is not accessible and it is displaying error as below:-

    > https://tmpdmp.com/60b03e8c6bdc17dc/468f2eb92f927dc8

    After logging into /modcp/ it's giving a blank page:- http://www.mydomain.net/login.php?do=login
    Kindly suggest me the easiest way to get rid of this.

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