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John.. I really like your membership/who's online block.. which Xoops Module are you using to make that happen ?

Posted on: 2005/8/23 20:37
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That is a module called xmmemberstats. It is avaialable from the XOOPS Malaysia Site.

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Was it in english ?? did you have to translate it ??

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Already translated. Works in English out of the box.

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Tried to upgrade.. lost everything.. again..
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I don't even get the basic blocks after my upgrade.

This is the 3rd time I have attempted an upgrade only to have it fail miserably.

At this point, I'm ready to quit Xoops.. who makes upgrades that can't be installed over the existing installation without losing everything ???

It has been my experience so far with Xoops is never attempt to upgrade anything.. live with what you got or just erase the whole thing and start over.

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The main problem with blocks with upgrading is not upgrading the system module in the modules administration after the upgrade. Another reason is missing system templates. If you use cloned templates you will have to generate them manually.

Also, you may also have to re edit your module blocks after an upgrade. Updating the system module will return some blocks to default perimeters and will lose their settings. Edit them in the template administration page.

I have upgraded my main site about 6 times and my test sites many number of times, and all without too many problems after upgrade. I will be off this next week (on vacation) so I should be online a little more. Will be moving my site to a private server over the next week also, so if it is unavailable it will be due to my DNS change but should be back very soon after.

Sorry to hear of your troubles. Get with me next week and lets see if we can work through them.

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Well I'm back.. I was smart enough to make a complete copy of my website before attempting the upgrade.. so I was able to restore it back by deleting the whole thing and uploading the copy back in its place.

That being said.. I'd really like to upgrade to a newer version of Xoops.. but all the instructions I've seen (including the flash tutorials here) seem to assume you have shell access to the server.

I don't.

I only have the CPanel from which I can access my server.

So that being said.. what is the process for upgrading from Xoops 9.0.3.2 to 9.0.13

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Well I'm back.. I was smart enough to make a complete copy of my website before attempting the upgrade.. so I was able to restore it back by deleting the whole thing and uploading the copy back in its place.

That being said.. I'd really like to upgrade to a newer version of Xoops.. but all the instructions I've seen (including the flash tutorials here) seem to assume you have shell access to the server.

I don't.

I only have the CPanel from which I can access my server.

So that being said.. what is the process for upgrading from Xoops 9.0.3.2 to 9.0.13


I assume that you mean 2.0.9.2 to 2.0.13.1 (latest security release). My tutorials mention nothing of shell access (at the time I made them I did not have shell access either, only cPanel.)

The path of upgrade is 2.0.9.2 to 2.0.10, 2.0.10 to 2.0.12a, and then 2.0.12a to 2.0.13.1. My XOOPS System Upgrade Tutorial shows an actual upgrade from 2.0.9.2 to 2.0.10.

HTH.

Posted on: 2005/9/25 9:48
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pmcnamara wrote:
Well I'm back.. I was smart enough to make a complete copy of my website before attempting the upgrade.. so I was able to restore it back by deleting the whole thing and uploading the copy back in its place.

That being said.. I'd really like to upgrade to a newer version of Xoops.. but all the instructions I've seen (including the flash tutorials here) seem to assume you have shell access to the server.

I don't.

I only have the CPanel from which I can access my server.

So that being said.. what is the process for upgrading from Xoops 9.0.3.2 to 9.0.13


I assume that you mean 2.0.9.2 to 2.0.13.1 (latest security release). My tutorials mention nothing of shell access (at the time I made them I did not have shell access either, only cPanel.)

The path of upgrade is 2.0.9.2 to 2.0.10, 2.0.10 to 2.0.12a, and then 2.0.12a to 2.0.13.1. My XOOPS System Upgrade Tutorial shows an actual upgrade from 2.0.9.2 to 2.0.10.

HTH.


I'll try again

Posted on: 2005/9/26 12:38
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It worked !! your tutorial was bang on, I should have reviewed it more closely before critizing.

I have other problems (missing modules) but I hope to fix theose

Posted on: 2005/9/29 4:56
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