Loon

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freakingout
Warning: main(/public_html/system/databases/mysql.class.php) [function.main]: failed to create stream: No such file or directory in /home/looniste/public_html/system/lib-database.php on line 110 Fatal error: main() [function.main]: Failed opening required \'/public_html/system/databases/mysql.class.php\' (include_path=\'\') in /home/looniste/public_html/system/lib-database.php on line 110
How can I fix these two problems? Confused

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Dirk

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Your $_CONF['path'] is not correct. It has to be an absolute path, i.e. in your case, it needs to start with /home/looniste

bye, Dirk

Loon

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1050: Table \'gl_access\' already exists
Now I get that error.. Confused

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I get that error after step 2 of 2.

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Dirk

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That's because you already ran the installation script once and Geeklog already created the tables (or at least some of them). To be on the save side, drop the database and run the installation again.

bye, Dirk

Loon

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Now I get this:
Template Error: set_root: /home/looniste/public_html//home/looniste/public_html/layout/XSilver is not a directory. Halted.
Cry

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Dirk

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Well, obviously your paths still aren't correct. I'd say you did change $_CONF['path_html'] even though you didn't need to. Try the original setting, i.e.

$_CONF['path_html'] = $_CONF['path'] . 'public_html/';

bye, Dirk

Loon

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Okay, GeekLog is now installed..I dunno if you wan\'t me to make a new thread for this since it\'s post-installation. Over the \"Welcome to Geeklog!\" article I get:
Warning: fopen(/home/looniste/public_html/logs/error.log) [function.fopen]: failed to create stream: Permission denied in /home/looniste/public_html/blankweb/lib-common.php on line 1555 Today\'s Featured Article

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You didn't do the chmods properly. Please read that section in the installation instructions again, specifically the bit about chmod'ing the files IN the directories, too.

There's also a script to test the file and directory permissions (also mentioned in the installation instruction) - use it.

bye, Dirk