Subject: Glossary Plugin

Posted on: 21/07/04 05:03pm
By: morech

I took advice to d/l and install the glossary plugin on my site. Well i followed the install.txt to a 'T'... It said all tables and what not were created successfully... Well now no matter what part of the site i try to visit... all i get is...
Warning: main(/home/httpd/vhosts/morech.com/httpdocs/plugins/Glossary/functions.inc): failed to open stream: No such file or directory in /home/httpd/vhosts/morech.com/httpdocs/lib-common.php on line 5391

Fatal error: main(): Failed opening required '/home/httpd/vhosts/morech.com/httpdocs/plugins/Glossary/functions.inc' (include_path='/home/httpd/vhosts/morech.com/httpdocs/system/pear/:.:/usr/share/pear') in /home/httpd/vhosts/morech.com/httpdocs/lib-common.php on line 5391


I see no pics, no links, nothing. I tried to go to the plugin directory to uninstall it..... and all i get are those 2 errors. What do i need to do? Nothing was said in the install about lib-commpn.php

HELP!!!!

Thanks in advanced!

Glossary Plugin

Posted on: 21/07/04 05:08pm
By: morech

That is the line 5391 in lib-common.php

for( $i = 0; $i < $nrows; $i++ )




Guh.. i'm so lost...

Glossary Plugin

Posted on: 21/07/04 05:09pm
By: mrjeff

I had the same problem, here is how I solved it. In your geeklog/plugins directory you will have a directory named glossary. duplicate that directory with all its contents and change the lowercase g in glossary to a capital G. So now you should have one directory named glossary and another directory named Glossary in the geeklog/plugins directory.

Jeff

Glossary Plugin

Posted on: 21/07/04 05:23pm
By: morech

wow... thanks so much!

How did you discover that?


Again thanks!

Glossary Plugin

Posted on: 21/07/04 05:27pm
By: morech

My next question is...

Categories all · Common · Technical · Business
Projects all · Common


How do i add/delete to/from those categories and projects?

Glossary Plugin

Posted on: 21/07/04 06:24pm
By: mrjeff

I looked at the scripts and noticed that there were calls made to different cases of glossary, I figured I would just try two different directories with different case instead of fixing it, I took the lazy way out.

Jeff

Glossary Plugin

Posted on: 22/07/04 06:59am
By: inspiremin

Would changing all he script calls to call "glossary" with a little "g" work?

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