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    w5blt
    New Member

  • w5blt
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    Just to let everyone know. I've finally got things cranked up and almost ready to publish.

    Thanks to everyone that has helped me through this "balding" event. I'm now in the process of sweeping up the hair I pulled out on the floor. I'll begin the task of gluing the hairs on soon. Although it dosn't bother me much, the glare is horrible!

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  • Steve Machol
    Former Customer Support Manager

  • Steve Machol
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    I'll take a look if you fill out a support ticket with the login info to your Admin CP and FTP.

    http://www.vbulletin.com/members/support.php

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  • Minots
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  • Minots
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    Hmmm, it´s not easy for me to help you from distance...

    Let us try another option:
    Make a local install of vBullentin and write down your username/password.
    After that use phpMyAdmin to view your local-database.
    In the left navigation table, select the vBullentin-database.
    After that klick (left side) on table 'user'
    next step is to list all user (right side)
    now you will see your userid - username & password (it´s md5 coded)
    ok, now you have to copy this password (don´t use dubble-klick to select!) to clipboard

    If this is done, you have to use your online-version of phpMyAdmin
    and select table 'user'
    look for entry with userid 1 and click the link (left) to modify this entry
    a new page will come again, where you have to paste the decoded password.
    klick on send-button (bottom) and you are done.

    if anything is done correct you have set a new password and should be able to go into your adminCP.

    thats all.

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  • w5blt
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  • w5blt
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    Originally posted by Minots
    possible.
    are you able to set "server side filtering" when you
    list your ftp-directorys?
    If you can please set filters, set them to -la and watch again
    for '.htaccess'.

    In the attached file I send a snapshop that shows where you can set filters within CuteFTP.
    I looked in both my Cpanel settings and my WS_FTP Pro settings and I didn't see any details like the one you pictured.

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  • Minots
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  • Minots
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    possible.
    are you able to set "server side filtering" when you
    list your ftp-directorys?
    If you can please set filters, set them to -la and watch again
    for '.htaccess'.

    In the attached file I send a snapshop that shows where you can set filters within CuteFTP.

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  • w5blt
    New Member

  • w5blt
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    Originally posted by Minots
    Can you post your exact ftp-structure please?
    Like:
    Code:
    /html ~ /cgi-bin
             ~ /forum/admin
             ~ /forum/mod
             ~ /forum/images
    And please tell me if there are .htaccess files.


    /public_html/fourm (there are several files in this folder)
    /public_html/forum/admin
    /public_html/fourm/images
    /public_html/fourm/mod

    I looked through all the folders and did not find ANY file called

    .htaccess. Could this present a problem?

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  • Minots
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  • Minots
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    Can you post your exact ftp-structure please?
    Like:
    Code:
    /html ~ /cgi-bin
             ~ /forum/admin
             ~ /forum/mod
             ~ /forum/images
    And please tell me if there are .htaccess files.

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  • w5blt
    New Member

  • w5blt
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    There are 28 *.php files located there.

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  • Minots
    New Member

  • Minots
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    Yes in http://www.ussremora.com/forum/admin/ I can find some.
    But I don´t reach any PHP-File in http://www.ussremora.com/forum/

    Where are them?

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  • w5blt
    New Member

  • w5blt
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    I have uploaded all of them. There are tons in the admin area.

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  • Minots
    New Member

  • Minots
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    It should be the same.

    Hmmm, I can´t see your vBullentin version right under the login-form
    and there are no php-files in the directory above of /admin.
    Do you realy have uploaded all files?

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  • w5blt
    New Member

  • w5blt
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    Originally posted by Minots
    Try http://www.ussremora.com/forum/admin/
    and you will see your control panel.
    That worked just fine...however, when it brought up the "log in" screen, my username/password didn't work.

    Isn't it the same username/password that I put in the Cpanel and the "install.php" file?

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  • Minots
    New Member

  • Minots
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    Try http://www.ussremora.com/forum/admin/
    and you will see your control panel.

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  • w5blt
    New Member

  • w5blt
    started a topic Entering The ADMIN CONTROL PANEL?

    Entering The ADMIN CONTROL PANEL?

    **PROBLEM: Can't access my Admin Control Panel**

    I have my forum located in:

    http://www.mywebsite.com/forum/

    In the instructions, it says to enter the Admin Control Panel, I should delete the "install.php" file which I did and then go to:

    http://www.mywebsite.com/vbulletindirectory/admin/

    I tried that, but, no control panel. Says the page was not found.

    I also attempted:

    http://www.ussremora.com/forum/vbull...rectory/admin/

    Also, page not found.

    Suggestions?? What am I doing wrong?
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