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    When a mod goes to the /mod page and tried to move posts they get...
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    Warning: Variable passed to each() is not an array or object in /home/getpaid/public_html/mod/thread.php on line 419
    There is also a link under that error telling them that the move was made (it wasnt) then tells them to update the counters. Well the counter link is 404.....

  • #2
    what version of vB and PHP are you using ?
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    • #3
      vBulletin Version 2.2.7
      PHP Version 4.2.2
      Zend Engine Version 1.2.0
      Zend Optimizer

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      • #4
        i'll reupload all vB 2.2.7 php files from the vB 2.2.7 zip file again
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        • #5
          I just downloaded it again and tried to reupload all the /mod files.

          Still get the error and the file thats 404 is misc.php

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          • #6
            Originally posted by venomx
            I just downloaded it again and tried to reupload all the /mod files.

            Still get the error and the file thats 404 is misc.php
            reupload even the ones in /admin and / as well
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            • #7
              There is no /mod/misc.php but there is a /admin/misc.php

              Should I copy it over to the mod dir?

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              • #8
                Originally posted by venomx
                There is no /mod/misc.php but there is a /admin/misc.php

                Should I copy it over to the mod dir?
                nope..

                my advice extracta fresh set of php files from your vB install zip file and reupload them all

                when you extract zip file with winzip it should retain all your directories and the files in the right directory and reupload using ftp program and make sure you overwrite those files
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                • #9
                  I have done that. still no /mod/misc.php but there is a /misc.php and /admin/misc.php
                  and I still get the error when moving a thread via /mod

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by venomx
                    I have done that. still no /mod/misc.php but there is a /misc.php and /admin/misc.php
                    and I still get the error when moving a thread via /mod
                    /mod has never had a misc.php only one should be in /admin

                    what did you use to extract the files from the vbulletin zip file ? do you end up with

                    extras
                    upload

                    folders ?

                    did you upload contents of uploads folder into root directory for your vB forum ?
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by eva2000
                      /mod has never had a misc.php only one should be in /admin

                      what did you use to extract the files from the vbulletin zip file ? do you end up with

                      extras
                      upload

                      folders ?

                      did you upload contents of uploads folder into root directory for your vB forum ?
                      I used winzip and yes I got both folders and uploaded the uploads folder.

                      So you are saying the mass prune works for you in /mod? and the reset counters doesnt point to /mod/misc.php?

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by venomx
                        I used winzip and yes I got both folders and uploaded the uploads folder.

                        So you are saying the mass prune works for you in /mod? and the reset counters doesnt point to /mod/misc.php?
                        best to submit a support ticket at http://vbulletin.com/members/support.php with your forum's admin user/password and ftp log in details so a vb tech can take a look
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