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  • #16
    Originally posted by Dark Visor
    Why would you want to put "die;" in that hook? That would be really lame
    It was just an example to show that deplug.php isn't failsafe

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    • #17
      All i do is upload debug.php into my forums directory, then disable. Then try logging in? If that's the case, it's not working.

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      • #18
        I have 3.0.6, will it still work? x-x

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        • #19
          Originally posted by Matt Hinton
          I have 3.0.6, will it still work? x-x
          Well, read the first post again please

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          • #20
            Originally posted by Floris
            Well, read the first post again please
            Sorry, lol. Anyway, is there another file to fix it for 3.0.6?

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            • #21
              3.0.6 doesn't have a plugin manager, so (of course) no(t)

              Just start your own thread in the appropiate forum with the issue(s) you have and we can look into it.

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              • #22
                I have my forum integrated with Subdreamer portal.
                Sometimes, when I get this error (canĀ“t login to forum adminpanel) I have to logout, go to Subdreamer adminpamel, open the Portal, open the forum and then open the Adminpanel again.
                Then it works.

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                • #23
                  Just to reiterate, there is no need to download any files to disable the plugin system.

                  Simply edit config.php and add this code:

                  PHP Code:
                  define('DISABLE_HOOKS'true); 
                  This will disable all hooks and allow you to log in properly with no hooks running.

                  http://www.vbulletin.com/docs/html/disable_plugins
                  Last edited by Kier; Wed 5 Oct '05, 1:28am.

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                  • #24
                    Can I post deplug.php on vBulletin.org?

                    Originally posted by Andreas
                    Nice Script, but doesn't always work.

                    Put
                    PHP Code:
                    die; 
                    in Hook fetch_userinfo and BANG - only Mike's suggestion works.
                    Do you still have the problem if you do:
                    http://www.vbulletin.com/forum/showp...8&postcount=11
                    ???

                    Oh, and the reason $config['blahblahblah'] doesn't work it's not $config['blahblahblah'], but $vbulletin->config['blahblahblah']
                    Last edited by Psionic Vision; Mon 28 Nov '05, 1:33pm.

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by Kier
                      Just to reiterate, there is no need to download any files to disable the plugin system.

                      Simply edit config.php and add this code:

                      PHP Code:
                      define('DISABLE_HOOKS'true); 
                      This will disable all hooks and allow you to log in properly with no hooks running.

                      http://www.vbulletin.com/docs/html/disable_plugins
                      Would it be ok to add this and just comment it out so it is in there in case we ever need it?
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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by Boofo
                        Would it be ok to add this and just comment it out so it is in there in case we ever need it?
                        It's in the file already

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by Psionic Vision
                          It's in the file already
                          I meant the config.php. That's the only place I would need it.
                          vBulletin - Sometimes, I'm just like, Wow, and then I'm like, Whoa, and then I'm like, Damn.

                          vBulletin.org's ol' Moderator

                          I have a lifetime terrorist hunting permit - #091101

                          chmod a+x /bin/laden -- Allows anyone the permission to execute /bin/laden

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                          • #28
                            Oh, ok. :P Then the answer to your question is yes - you can leave the code commented out in your config.php, just as you can leave comments in any other PHP file that is being treated as a PHP file

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                            • #29
                              Useful PHP, thnaks Floris

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