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Has anyone tested geeklog 1.3.9 with PHP5 ?

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Dirk

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I just posted this on the geeklog-devel mailing list yesterday:

Just wanted to mention that I've installed Geeklog 1.3.9sr1 on my old iBook, running PHP 5.0.0 and MySQL 4.1.3-beta. Haven't done much with it yet, but so far no apparent problems

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Tony

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Error reporting must be not be set to E_STRICT, though. E_STRICT will produce a million warnings.
The reason people blame things on previous generations is that there's only one other choice.

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DeadEd

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My hoster just updated to PHP5 and some strange things have been happening with my site ... it appears to be the extra plugins I added in though ... download, chatterbox, file management, faq manager. No links in user prefs or admin boxes anymore ... blank line or just a number eg: (7)

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BeyondALL

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Anyone else have any experience with PHP 5.0 ?

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Dirk

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There's an FAQ entry for this now.

bye, Dirk

mohsho

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Hi Dirk: I am sadly/foolishly still using 1.3.9 (it is so heavily customized and integrated with a virtual journal that I can't upgrade) and I never got around to fixing the missing admin links. So, I went to the FAQ on this topic. The problem is that the link to the fix - available from CVS - no longer goes anywhere. I would appreciate it if you could help me out here.

Thank you.

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Dirk

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Fixed the link. However, you should really start looking into upgrading. Some of the security issues that were discovered since 1.3.9 was released (over 3 and a half years ago) are probably also lurking in 1.3.9 ...

bye, Dirk

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