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Anonymous

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Hello. I am trying to upload Geeklog to a site that has the following: (examples) www.internetserviceproviders.us/nans There are other folders in that same domain such as www.internetserviceproviders.us/boo www.internetserviceproviders.us/foo I am trying to figure out my path Please advise.
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tokyoahead

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if you managed to upload it, go to the /admin/install/info.php this works also if the path is not given in the config files. there, you have a line which says :SCRIPT_FILENAME it will tell you something like /home/user/naa/geeklog/public_html/admin/install/info.php this means you path is /home/user/naa/geeklog/ Hope this helps tokyoahead
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... or you can simply call up the install script which will try to guess your path (and even if can\'t guess it, it will give you a hint that will help you figure the actual path out). bye, Dirk
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bloggertown

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Geek could this be my path. domain name www.internetserviceprovider.us/nans ///// /usr/local/share/doc/vhost/nans.us/httpdocs/
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Quote by bloggertown: Geek could this be my path. /usr/local/share/doc/vhost/nans.us/httpdocs/
Quite possibly, yes... Smile You could email your provider support for information...
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Quote by bloggertown:/usr/local/share/doc/vhost/nans.us/httpdocs/
This looks like it\'s your Document Root, i.e. the equivalent of Geeklog\'s public_html directory (if your unsure, check with your hosting service). So I would copy the contents of Geeklog\'s public_html directory into httpdocs, the rest of the files into vhost/nans.us. Your path settings would then be $_CONF[\'path\'] = \'/usr/local/share/doc/vhost/nans.us/\'; $_CONF[\'path_html\'] = $_CONF[\'path\'] . \'httpdocs/\'; and the line to change in lib-common.php would be require_once(\'/usr/local/share/doc/vhost/nans.us/config.php\'); This should help you figure things out even if you go for a slightly different setup. bye, Dirk P.S. The forum seems to eat my closing square brackets again. Hope you see what I mean nonetheless ...
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