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  • Eagle Creek
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    Although my thread got hijacked () I want to say I think vB's support is fantastic!
    Ok, you have to pay for installations and so, but I think vB is always friendly and supportive in any way there is!

    If a shop would offer a PC for 100€ and they salesman isn't friendly, I would rather go to a shop where they are friendly and give me help/information/support, even if I have to pay more.

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  • TTTG
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    Thanks to all especially Jake Bunce for helping me with the blog! The service and support that I have received with VB has been fantastic.

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  • TTTG
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    Originally posted by Jake Bunce View Post
    Freddie notified me about your problem. I did your installation last month. I used the info from your worksheet to login and reupload a fresh global.php file. It's working now.

    If you still need help with the blog then please send me a PM with your current admin login so I can take care of that too.

    Thanks! That's great. I will send you a pm right now

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  • Jake Bunce
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    Freddie notified me about your problem. I did your installation last month. I used the info from your worksheet to login and reupload a fresh global.php file. It's working now.

    If you still need help with the blog then please send me a PM with your current admin login so I can take care of that too.

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  • TTTG
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    Originally posted by Steve Machol View Post
    Run 'Suspect File Version' in Diagnostics and report back the results.

    Admin CP -> Maintenance -> Diagnostics -> Suspect File Versions

    Do any show as 'File does not contain expected contents', 'version mismatch' or missing? If so, you need to reupload the original vB non-image files. Make sure you upload these in ASCII format and overwrite the ones on the server.
    I can't get to my forum. all I get is the error message that I listed above. So I can't get to the Admin CP

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  • Steve Machol
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    Run 'Suspect File Version' in Diagnostics and report back the results.

    Admin CP -> Maintenance -> Diagnostics -> Suspect File Versions

    Do any show as 'File does not contain expected contents', 'version mismatch' or missing? If so, you need to reupload the original vB non-image files. Make sure you upload these in ASCII format and overwrite the ones on the server.

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  • TTTG
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    Originally posted by Freddie Bingham View Post
    Your global.php is incomplete, you need to reupload it from the vBulletin upload folder.
    I re-uploaded the global.php file within the upload folder and I am still getting the same error message.

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  • Freddie Bingham
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    Your global.php is incomplete, you need to reupload it from the vBulletin upload folder.

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  • TTTG
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    Originally posted by Freddie Bingham View Post
    Ok, I see you had an installation done by us previously so I took a look at your directory structure. You need to take the contents of the "upload" folder and send them into the public_html folder. Do not upload the "upload" folder itself, but what is inside that folder.
    OK, I uploaded the contents of the upload folder to the public_html folder and now when i go to my site i just see this below. Any ideas?

    Parse error: syntax error, unexpected $end in /home/wwwfemin/public_html/global.php on line 267

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  • Freddie Bingham
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    Ok, I see you had an installation done by us previously so I took a look at your directory structure. You need to take the contents of the "upload" folder and send them into the public_html folder. Do not upload the "upload" folder itself, but what is inside that folder.

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  • TTTG
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    Originally posted by Freddie Bingham View Post
    It depends solely on your particular directory structure. What directories do you seen when you connect? Do you see "www" or "public_html"? If so, look inside that directory for your forums directory.
    Thanks for the response

    When I connect I see "public_html" so I uploaded the upload file that came with the blog into that. If i click on that there is no folder that says "forums". After I uploaded the upload folder into "public_html there are various blog files that I can see within "public_html"

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  • Freddie Bingham
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    It depends solely on your particular directory structure. What directories do you seen when you connect? Do you see "www" or "public_html"? If so, look inside that directory for your forums directory.

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  • TTTG
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    Originally posted by Steve Machol View Post
    You have to upload all the files and subdirectories under the 'upload' folder to their respective forum directories.
    This will sound simple I know but where are the forum directories. I'm using CuteFTP and when I connect to the server where would these be?

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  • Steve Machol
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    You have to upload all the files and subdirectories under the 'upload' folder to their respective forum directories.

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  • TTTG
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    Originally posted by Freddie Bingham View Post
    It seems that you didn't upload the files in the includes/xml folder to the includes/xml folder of your forum.
    I'm having exactly the same problem. Exactly how do I do this? I have uploaded the Upload file that came with the blog the Public_html folder. But when I try to import using "./includes/xml/product-vbblog.xml" I get the no file uploaded message.
    Last edited by TTTG; Thu 18 Oct '07, 5:56pm.

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