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  • Multiple Problems

    Check this out :

    http://www.JoeyGowdy.com/forum

    I successfully completeed the upgrade from 3.0.7 to 3.5.0 without any incidents during the upgrade, however as you see there are cookie problems where the user is unable to log in or register and a few mysql errors... any thoughts ?

    ID test
    Pw test
    (Faithful vBulletin Member & Proud Licensed Owner since May 10th 2002)
    Sincerely, Joey Paul Gowdy
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  • #2
    You have used $strikes out of 5 login attempts. After all 5 have been used, you will be unable to login for 15 minutes.
    i guess it's a matter of styles. just add a new default style and start over

    sorry for my bad english I hope, you understand me anyway

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    • #3
      Unable to login to admincp.

      Unable to add cookies, header already sent.
      File: $filename
      Line: $linenum
      (Faithful vBulletin Member & Proud Licensed Owner since May 10th 2002)
      Sincerely, Joey Paul Gowdy
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      • #4
        i know that i'm not able to login.
        but look at the $strikes variable. it should be replaced by the number of strikes, but isn't. i guess that's because you're using an old style (vb 3). but many template-variables did change, so you need to add a new style in style manager and use that one.

        sorry for my bad english I hope, you understand me anyway

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        • #5
          alright. i'm no vbulletin supporter, but it seems like your error is caused by that warning you have on the very top of the page. that's why vbulletin is unable to set cookies (headers already sent because you already hat some content sent).

          what you could try is to add
          PHP Code:
          error_reporting(0);
          ini_set('display_errors''0'); 
          just after
          PHP Code:
          <?php
          in your /includes/functions.php (line 2). this should prevent php from giving you this warning and vbulletin should be able to set cookies again. i hope this helps
          Last edited by fiNal; Fri 10 Jun '05, 4:13am.

          sorry for my bad english I hope, you understand me anyway

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          • #6
            Ehhh... it has to be something else...
            (Faithful vBulletin Member & Proud Licensed Owner since May 10th 2002)
            Sincerely, Joey Paul Gowdy
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            • #7
              The send error report worked.
              Last edited by Bro_Joey_Gowdy; Fri 10 Jun '05, 1:15pm.
              (Faithful vBulletin Member & Proud Licensed Owner since May 10th 2002)
              Sincerely, Joey Paul Gowdy
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              • #8
                It looks like you have a bad language file. Try this. Reupload the original vbulletin-language.xml file from the zip file to your install directory. Make sure you upload this in ASCII and overwrite the one on the server. Then import this file in the 'Upload' section in Languages & Phrases.
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                • #9
                  Done, however, it didnt seem to make any difference.

                  Try using the test account :

                  ID: test
                  pw: test
                  Last edited by Bro_Joey_Gowdy; Fri 10 Jun '05, 1:41pm.
                  (Faithful vBulletin Member & Proud Licensed Owner since May 10th 2002)
                  Sincerely, Joey Paul Gowdy
                  http://www.signavatar.com/2304_s.jpg

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                  • #10
                    I just attempted to log out and it said an error occured then it displayed an alternate logout link that was able to log me out by clearing the cookies.

                    (Faithful vBulletin Member & Proud Licensed Owner since May 10th 2002)
                    Sincerely, Joey Paul Gowdy
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                    • #11
                      You need to use a default 3.5 style instead of your custom one for the time being.

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                      • #12
                        Try reverting the navbar template or use the vBulletin 3.5 default style alltogether.

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                        • #13
                          *bangs head on monitor*

                          I had forgotten I was using the modified template... lemme see if it works.
                          (Faithful vBulletin Member & Proud Licensed Owner since May 10th 2002)
                          Sincerely, Joey Paul Gowdy
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                          • #14


                            It worked... its always the simple things that make the difference.

                            *waits for someone to slap some sense into him*
                            (Faithful vBulletin Member & Proud Licensed Owner since May 10th 2002)
                            Sincerely, Joey Paul Gowdy
                            http://www.signavatar.com/2304_s.jpg

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