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Installing Geeklog in other folder than public_html

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Toby Allen

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Registered: 07/27/03
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Heya there, This is a post about me trying to install geeklog into another folder that is not public_html. My server is hosted at pair too, so you guys at Geeklog know the deal. I tried changing the config file so that it checks the files in /usr/www/users/themill/geeklog/ plublic_html links to /usr/www/users/ However, in my folder - themill/ I have different folders for each site. Thus what I would like to do is install Geeklog in a new folder - /usr/www/users/themill/geeklog/ and then set my URL to go to that folder. This is fine, but for the files that aren\'ts seen by the public, that are placed outside the public_html, this is where the script goes wrong and doesn\'t like me. I tried this /usr/home/themill/geeklog/ - didn\'t work /usr/www/users/themill/geeklog_private/ - didn\'t work. It returns to me that - During installation, I get the following errors: \"Parse error: parse error in ../../lib-common.php on line 2231 \" \"Fatal error: Cannot instantiate non-existent class: template in ../../lib-common.php on line 335 \" But it\'s the full path, how can that be wrong?? Thanks for any help. Toby. allent@outoftheboxent.com

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Usually errors in the middle of lib-common.php are due to a corrupted file unless you made a modification at or near line 2231 yourself. If you didn\'t, then pull a fresh copy of lib-common.php and use a plain text editor.

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