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ridwanfi

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dear all members,

I've install geeklog and nothing happend on my browser, whlie the addres bar point to http://10.10.105.79/geeklog/public_html/admin/install/success.php

it's only shown a white clean page, i wounder what's wrong with my geeklog
installation since there is nothing wrong or message appear on it.

thank's in advance


ridwanfi
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ridwanfi

Anonymous
oh man ...i should read the FAQ first before asked inti forum
i,ve check my apache logs file and found

PHP Fatal error: main() [function.require]: Failed opening required '/var/www/html/geeklog/' (include_path='.:/usr/share/pear') in /var/www/html/geeklog/public_html/lib-common.php on line 69

just edit my Lib-common.php and change the path ..viola i got my screen back

thank's
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me

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tired
I got the exact same problem? I have no clue how to fix it tough, aparantly there is something wrong with the mysql data in the first place. I have giving up on this geeklog has a long way to go
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Quote by me: I got the exact same problem? I have no clue how to fix it tough, aparantly there is something wrong with the mysql data in the first place.

Well, if you don't give us an error message or anything else to work on, we can't help you ...

The above was a simple path problem (i.e. a path was not set correctly in config.php). Not sure how you came to the conclusion that it had something to do with the database.

bye, Dirk
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me

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maybe I have the same fault then? can you please explain how this config is suppose to be ? this was a nightmare to install! I must have tryed it 20 times now, I just can't get it right!? I had it up once but no links was working and no images, I had to add that too in the config even tough I didn't change anything. I have the geeklog folder in root
/var/www/html/geeklog/ I haven't changed anything, can you please write out a working config here
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Quote by me: I have the geeklog folder in root
/var/www/html/geeklog/ I haven't changed anything, can you please write out a working config here

$_CONF['path'] = '/var/www/html/geeklog/';

in config.php and

require_once( '/var/www/html/geeklog/config.php' );

in lib-common.php.

Plus $_CONF['site_url'] set to whatever the URL equivalent of /var/www/html/geeklog/pulic_html is on your machine. And that's it.

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me

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it's still not working, after I have filled the database I am redirected to a page that dont exist?
Not Found
The requested URL /geeklog/public_html/index.phphttp://192.168.1.4/geeklog/public_html/admin/index.php/install/success.php was not found on this server.
this url looks really wierd?
here is my config files, please have a look on them and see if you see any errors.



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/* Reminder: always indent with 4 spaces (no tabs). */
// +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
// | Geeklog 1.4                                                               |
// +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
// | config.php                                                                |
// |                                                                           |
// | Geeklog configuration file.                                               |
// +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
// | Copyright (C) 2001-2006 by the following authors:                         |
// |                                                                           |
// | Authors: Tony Bibbs - tony AT tonybibbs DOT com                           |
// |          Dirk Haun  - dirk AT haun-online DOT de                          |
// +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
// |                                                                           |
// | This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or             |
// | modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License               |
// | as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2            |
// | of the License, or (at your option) any later version.                    |
// |                                                                           |
// | This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,           |
// | but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of            |
// | MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the             |
// | GNU General Public License for more details.                              |
// |                                                                           |
// | You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License         |
// | along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation,   |
// | Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA  02111-1307, USA.           |
// |                                                                           |
// +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
// | See the docs/install.html and docs/config.html files for more information |
// | on configuration.                                                         |
// +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
//
// $Id: config.php,v 1.208.2.2 2006/05/28 09:42:18 dhaun Exp $

// When setting up Geeklog for the first time, you need to make sure the
// settings in the following 3 sections are correct:
// (1) Database Settings
// (2) Paths
// (3) Site Settings
// You can adjust the other settings once your site is up and running.

// +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
// | (1) Database Settings                                                     |
// +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+

$_DB_host         = 'localhost';   // host name or IP address of your DB server
$_DB_name         = 'geeklog';     // name of your database,
                                   // must exist before running the installer!
$_DB_user         = 'xxxxxx';    // MySQL user name
$_DB_pass         = 'xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx';    // MySQL password

// The table prefix is prepended to each table used by Geeklog to avoid name
// collisions with other tables that may already exist in your database.
$_DB_table_prefix = 'gl_';         // e.g. 'gl_'


// +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
// | (2) Paths                                                                 |
// +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+

// Note for Windows users: It's safe to use the forward slash '/' instead of
// the backslash '' in paths. Make sure each path starts with a drive letter!

// This should point to the directory where your config.php file resides.
$_CONF['path']            = '/var/www/html/geeklog/'; // should end in a slash

// You only need to change this if you moved or renamed the public_html
// directory. In that case, you should specify the complete path to the
// directory (i.e. without the $_CONF['path']) like this:
// $_CONF['path_html']      = '/public_html';
$_CONF['path_html']         = $_CONF['path'] . '/geeklog/public_html';


// +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
// | (3) Site Settings                                                         |
// +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+

// Make sure this is the correct URL to your site, i.e. to where Geeklog's
// index.php file resides (no trailing slash).
$_CONF['site_url']          = 'http://192.168.1.4/geeklog/public_html/index.php';

// Some hosting services have a preconfigured admin directory. In that case,
// you need to rename Geeklog's admin directory to something like "myadmin"
// and change the following URL as well. Leave as is until you experience any
// problems accessing Geeklog's admin menu.
$_CONF['site_admin_url']    = $_CONF['site_url'] . 'http://192.168.1.4/geeklog/public_html/admin/index.php';

// This is the return address for all email sent by Geeklog and contact info
// displayed in syndication feeds:
$_CONF['site_mail']         = 'dev@hotmail.com.com';

// Name and slogan of your site
$_CONF['site_name']         = 'my site name';
$_CONF['site_slogan']       = 'Another Nifty Geeklog Blog';


// ****************************************************************************
// * If you set up Geeklog for the first time, you shouldn't need to change   *
// * anything below this line. Come back here once the site is up and running.*
// ****************************************************************************


// Note: See the file docs/config.html for more information on the settings.

// +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
// | OTHER PATH SETTINGS                                                       |
// |                                                                           |
// | All paths must have a trailing slash ('/').                               |
// +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+

// you shouldn't need to edit theses
$_CONF['path_system']   = $_CONF['path'] . 'system/';
$_CONF['path_log']      = $_CONF['path'] . 'logs/';
$_CONF['path_language'] = $_CONF['path'] . 'language/';
$_CONF['backup_path']   = $_CONF['path'] . 'backups/';
$_CONF['path_data']     = $_CONF['path'] . 'data/';

// If you set path_images to something other than the default, you will need to
// make sure that you add the following subdirectories to that directory:
// articles/, userphotos/
$_CONF['path_images']   = $_CONF['path_html'] . '/layout/professional/images/';

// +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
// | PEAR Settings                                                             |
// |                                                                           |
// | Geeklog uses PEAR to send emails (see "Email Settings" below). Here you   |
// | can tell Geeklog whether to use the PEAR packages installed on your       |
// | server or to use the included packages.                                   |
// +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+

// If your server is running PHP 4.3.0 (or newer) then chances are that PEAR
// is already installed and you can change this to: $_CONF['have_pear'] = true;
$_CONF['have_pear'] = true;

// Geeklog comes with the necessary PEAR packages and will pick them up from
// the following directory if $_CONF['have_pear'] = false (above).
$_CONF['path_pear'] = $_CONF['path_system'] . 'pear/';

// +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
// | Email Settings                                                            |
// |                                                                           |
// | Configure how Geeklog sends email: Via PHP's mail() function, sendmail,   |
// | or via an SMTP server.                                                    |
// +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+

// To send email from Geeklog, you will need to select one of the following
// email backends:
// - 'mail', i.e. use PHP's built-in mail() function
// - 'sendmail', i.e. use the sendmail utility
// - 'smtp', i.e. talk directly to your SMTP server
// The default is 'mail' and will work in most environments.

$_CONF['mail_settings'] = array (
    'backend' => 'mail', // can be one of 'mail', 'sendmail', 'smtp'

    // sendmail parameters (only needed for 'backend' => 'sendmail')
    'sendmail_path' => '/usr/bin/sendmail',
    'sendmail_args' => '',

    // SMTP parameters (only needed for 'backend' => 'smtp')
    'host'     => 'smtp.example.com',
    'port'     => '25',
    'auth'     => false,
    'username' => 'smtp-username',
    'password' => 'smtp-password'
);

// +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
// | OTHER DATABASE SETTINGS                                                   |
// |                                                                           |
// | Database type and database backup settings.                               |
// +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+

$_DB_dbms = 'mysql';   // Do not change (currently, only MySQL is supported)

// optional settings for making database backups from within Geeklog
$_CONF['allow_mysqldump']   = 1;      // 1 = on, 0 = off

// full path to mysqldump executable (Windows users: add ".exe"!)
$_DB_mysqldump_path = '/usr/bin/mysqldump';

// additional options for mysqldump
// If you're using InnoDB tables, include the '--single-transaction' or you
// may end up with inconsistent backups!
$_CONF['mysqldump_options'] = '-Q';

// +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
// | SITE SETTINGS                                                             |
// |                                                                           |
// | These settings help define your Geeklog site.                             |
// +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
$_CONF['theme']             = 'professional';  // default theme

// List of entries that you want to see in the site's menu bar (if you're using
// a theme that uses the {menu_elements} variable in its header.thtml).
// Choose any combination of the following (order here = order in the menu).
$_CONF['menu_elements'] = array
(
    // 'home',      // link to homepage
    'contribute',   // contribute / "submit a story" link
    'calendar',     // link to the site calendar
    'search',       // link to advanced search
    'stats',        // link to site stats
    'directory',    // link to list of past stories
    // 'prefs',     // link to user's preferences
    'plugins'       // links added by plugins, like {plg_menu_elements}
    // 'custom'     // for custom links (see lib-custom.php)
);

// you shouldn't need to edit the following
$_CONF['layout_url']        = $_CONF['site_url'] . '/layout/' . $_CONF['theme'];
$_CONF['path_themes']       = $_CONF['path_html'] . 'layout/';
$_CONF['path_layout']       = $_CONF['path_themes'] . $_CONF['theme'] . '/';

// stops new registrations if set to true.
$_CONF['disable_new_user_registration'] = false; // set to true to block users.

// optional settings (1 = on, 0 = off)
$_CONF['allow_user_themes']   = 0;
$_CONF['allow_user_language'] = 1;
$_CONF['allow_user_photo']    = 1; // allow users to upload self-photo

// Allow users to change their username (if set to 1).
$_CONF['allow_username_change'] = 0;

// Allow users to delete their account (if set to 1).
$_CONF['allow_account_delete']  = 0;

// hides the list of authors from the preferences
$_CONF['hide_author_exclusion'] = 0;

// Used by COM_displayName to return Members's Full Name else username  (1 = yes, 0 = no)
$_CONF['show_fullname'] = 0;

// Used by COM_displayName to return users remote login service, if they have one.
$_CONF['show_servicename'] = true; // Set to false to not show it.

// +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
// | Support for custom user registration form and account details             |
// | Requires custom functions to be written that can be placed in lib-custom  |
// | Function hooks are in users.php, usersettings.php and admin/user.php      |
// +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
$_CONF['custom_registration'] = false;  // Set to true if you have custom code

// +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
// | Support for remote authentication of users, i.e. logging in via other     |
// | supported remote servers. Requires custom classes in:                     |
// | system/classes/authentication/                                            |
// +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
$_CONF['remoteauthentication'] = false;  // Set to true to enable remote logins.

// +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
// | Define action to be taken by Spam-X module if spam detected               |
// | Current Spam-X module supports two actions which can be combined          |
// | Additional classes can be added as well as other plugin extensions        |
// | Actions: 128 = ignore comment and redirect to homepage                    |
// |            8 = mail admin message                                         |
// |          136 (SUM) ignore and email admin                                 |
// +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
$_CONF['spamx'] = 128;  // Default to ignore comment.

// +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
// | Sort the links in the admin block and the admin panel.                    |
// +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
$_CONF['sort_admin'] = true;

// +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
// | Path to user files relative to the $_CONF['site_url'] (no trailing slash) |
// | Relative Directory where the Editor Image Library store                   |
// +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
$_CONF_FCK['imagelibrary'] = '/images/library';

// +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
// | LOCALE SETTINGS                                                           |
// |                                                                           |
// | see docs/config.html#locale for details                                   |
// +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
$_CONF['language']        = 'english';
$_CONF['locale']          = 'en_GB';
$_CONF['date']            = '%A, %B %d %Y @ %I:%M %p %Z';
$_CONF['daytime']         = '%m/%d %I:%M%p';
$_CONF['shortdate']       = '%x';
$_CONF['dateonly']        = '%d-%b';
$_CONF['timeonly']        = '%I:%M%p';
$_CONF['week_start']      = 'Sun'; // can be 'Sun' or 'Mon'
$_CONF['default_charset'] = 'iso-8859-1';

// Number formatting
$_CONF['thousand_separator'] = ",";  // could be ' , . etc.
$_CONF['decimal_separator']  = ".";  // could be , . etc.
$_CONF['decimal_count']      = "2";  // if a number has decimals,
                                     //  force to this depth

// "Timezone Hack"
// If your webserver is located in a different timezone than yourself but you
// prefer Geeklog to post stories in your local time, then set your local
// timezone here.
//
// Please note that this does not work when safe_mode is on!
//
// For more information, see this discussion on geeklog.net:
// http://www.geeklog.net/forum/viewtopic.php?showtopic=21232
// $_CONF['timezone'] = 'Etc/GMT-6'; // e.g. 6 hours behind GMT


// +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
// | SITE STATUS                                                               |
// |                                                                           |
// | To disable your Geeklog site quickly, simply set this flag to false       |
// +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
$_CONF['site_enabled'] = true;  // true or false

// Message shown when site is down
// When this starts with 'http:' visitors are redirected to that URL
$_CONF['site_disabled_msg'] = 'Geeklog Site is down. Please come back soon.';

// +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
// | SESSION SETTINGS                                                          |
// |                                                                           |
// | cookie_ip will store md5(remoteip + randomnum) as the session ID in the   |
// | cookie. This is more secure but will more than likely require dialed up   |
// | users to login each and every time.  If ipbasedsessid is turned off       |
// | (which it is by default) it will just store a random number as the        |
// | session ID in the cookie.                                                 |
// |                                                                           |
// | default_perm_cookie_timeout is how long you want the permanent cookie     |
// | to persist for (in seconds).  This can be overridden by the user in       |
// | their user prefs if they want.  If you set the default to 0, users will   |
// | have to log in again once their session expired.                          |
// |                                                                           |
// | session_cookie_time is how long you want the session cookie to persist    |
// | for.  Only really useful in scenarios where you don't want to allow       |
// | permanent cookies                                                         |
// +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+

$_CONF['cookie_session']                = 'gl_session';
$_CONF['cookie_name']                   = 'geeklog';
$_CONF['cookie_password']               = 'password';
$_CONF['cookie_theme']                  = 'theme';
$_CONF['cookie_language']               = 'language';

$_CONF['cookie_ip']                     = 0;
$_CONF['default_perm_cookie_timeout']   = 28800;
$_CONF['session_cookie_timeout']        = 7200;
$_CONF['cookie_path']                   = '/';
$_CONF['cookiedomain']                  = ''; // e.g. '.example.com'
$_CONF['cookiesecure']                  = 0;

// Geeklog keeps track of when a user last logged in. Set this to false
// if you don't want that.
$_CONF['lastlogin']                     = true;


// +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
// | This is really redundant but I am including this as a reminder that those |
// | people writing Geeklog Plugins that are OS dependent should check either  |
// | the $_CONF variable below or PHP_OS directly.  If you are writing an      |
// | addon that is OS specific your addon should check the system is using the |
// | right OS.  If not, be sure to show a friendly message that says their GL  |
// | distro isn't running the right OS. Do not modify this value               |
// +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+

$_CONF['ostype']    = PHP_OS;


// Note: PDF conversion didn't make it into this release. Leave as is.
$_CONF['pdf_enabled'] = 0;


// +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
// | SEARCH SETTINGS                                                           |
// +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+

// default number of search results (per type) to be displayed per page
$_CONF['num_search_results'] = 10;


// +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
// | MISCELLANEOUS SETTINGS                                                    |
// |                                                                           |
// | These are other various Geeklog settings.  The defaults should work OK    |
// | for most situations.                                                      |
// +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+

// this lets you select which functions are available for registered users only
$_CONF['loginrequired'] = 0; // all of them, if set to 1 will override all else
$_CONF['submitloginrequired']     = 0;
$_CONF['commentsloginrequired']   = 0;
$_CONF['calendarloginrequired']   = 0;
$_CONF['statsloginrequired']      = 0;
$_CONF['searchloginrequired']     = 0;
$_CONF['profileloginrequired']    = 0;
$_CONF['emailuserloginrequired']  = 0;
$_CONF['emailstoryloginrequired'] = 0;
$_CONF['directoryloginrequired']  = 0;

// Submission Settings

// enable (set to 1) or disable (set to 0) submission queues:
$_CONF['storysubmission'] = 1;
$_CONF['eventsubmission'] = 1;
$_CONF['usersubmission']  = 0; // 1 = new users must be approved

// When set to 1, this will display an additional block on the submissions page
// that lists all stories that have the 'draft' flag set.
$_CONF['listdraftstories'] = 0;

// Send an email notification when a new submission has been made. The contents
// of the array can be any combination of 'story', 'comment', 'trackback',
// 'pingback', 'event', and 'user'.
// Example: $_CONF['notification'] = array ('story', 'event');
// The email will be sent to $_CONF['site_mail'] (see above).
$_CONF['notification'] = array ();

$_CONF['postmode']      = 'plaintext';  // can be 'plaintext' or 'html'
$_CONF['speedlimit']    = 45;           // in seconds
$_CONF['skip_preview']  = 0; // If = 1, allow user to submit comments and stories without previewing

// +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
// | Support for custom templaes to support advanced Rich Text Editor          |
// | Checked in comment.php, submit.php, admin/story.php and                   |
// | staticpages/index.php. If set true and advanced template exists           |
// | Note: If enabled, the default postmode will be html                       |
// +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
$_CONF['advanced_editor'] = false;

// +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
// | Internal Geeklog CRON or scheduled Task/Function setting                  |
// | Plugins can use the runSheduledTask API to activate any automated tasks   |
// | or add code in lib-custom to the CUSTOM_runSheduledTask function          |
// +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
$_CONF['cron_schedule_interval']        = 86400;   // Seconds - Default 1 day


// Topic Settings

// Topics can be assigned a sort number so that you can control what order they
// appear in the 'Topics' block on the homepage.  If you prefer you can also
// have this sort alphabetically by changing the value to 'alpha' (default is
// by 'sortnum'

$_CONF['sortmethod'] = 'sortnum'; // or 'alpha'

// Show the number of stories in a topic in Topics Block
$_CONF['showstorycount'] = 1;

// Show the number of story submissions for a topic in Topics Block
$_CONF['showsubmissioncount'] = 1;

// Hide 'Home' link from Topics block (if set to 1)
$_CONF['hide_home_link'] = 0;


// Who's Online block settings

// How long an anonymous (guest) user session is good for
$_CONF['whosonline_threshold'] = 300; // in seconds

// If set to 1, don't show names of registered users to anonymous users
$_CONF['whosonline_anonymous'] = 0; // 1 = don't show names to anon. users


// "Daily Digest" settings

// Let users get stories emailed to them
// Requires cron and the use of php as a shell script
$_CONF['emailstories'] = 0;

// Specify length of stories in those emails:
// 0 = send only title + link, 1 = send entire introtext,
// any other number = max. number of characters per story
$_CONF['emailstorieslength'] = 1;

// New users get stories emailed to them per default (= 1) or not (= 0)
$_CONF['emailstoriesperdefault'] = 0;


// When user submission is activated, allow users from these domains to
// register without having to go through the submission queue.
$_CONF['allow_domains'] = ''; // e.g. 'mycompany.com,myothercompany.com'

// Following times are in seconds
$_CONF['newstoriesinterval']   =   86400; // = 24 hours
$_CONF['newcommentsinterval']  =  172800; // = 48 hours
$_CONF['newtrackbackinterval'] =  172800; // = 48 hours

// Set to 1 to hide a section from the What's New block:
$_CONF['hidenewstories']    = 0;
$_CONF['hidenewcomments']   = 0;
$_CONF['hidenewtrackbacks'] = 0;
$_CONF['hidenewplugins']    = 0;

// Disable trackback comments by setting this to 'false'
$_CONF['trackback_enabled'] = true;

// Disable pingbacks by setting this to 'false'
$_CONF['pingback_enabled'] = true;

// Disable pinging weblog directory services by setting this to 'false'.
$_CONF['ping_enabled'] = true;

// Allow / disallow trackbacks and pingbacks to stories by default
// (can be changed individually for every story)
$_CONF['trackback_code'] = 0;   // 0 = trackbacks enabled, -1 = disabled

// how to handle multiple trackbacks and pingbacks from the same URL:
// 0 = reject, 1 = only keep the latest, 2 = allow multiple posts
$_CONF['multiple_trackbacks'] = 0;

// how to handle pingbacks from one article on our site to another:
// 0 = skip, 1 = allow, with speed limit, 2 = allow, without speed limit
$_CONF['pingback_self'] = 0;

// Link to the documentation from the Admin block (0 = hide link, 1 = show)
$_CONF['link_documentation'] = 1;

// Calendar Settings
$_CONF['personalcalendars']     = 1;
$_CONF['showupcomingevents']    = 1;
$_CONF['upcomingeventsrange']   = 14; // days
$_CONF['event_types']           = 'Anniversary,Appointment,Birthday,Business,Education,Holiday,Meeting,Miscellaneous,Personal,Phone Call,Special Occasion,Travel,Vacation';

// Story Settings
$_CONF['maximagesperarticle']   = 5;
$_CONF['limitnews']             = 10;
$_CONF['minnews']               = 1;        // minimum number of stories per page
$_CONF['contributedbyline']     = 1;        // If 1, show contributed by line
$_CONF['hideviewscount']        = 0;        // If 1, hide Viewed X times line
$_CONF['hideemailicon']         = 0;    // If 1, hide "email story" option
$_CONF['hideprintericon']       = 0;    // If 1, hide "printer friendly" option
$_CONF['allow_page_breaks']     = 1;    // allow [page_break] in stories
$_CONF['page_break_comments']   = 'last';  // When an article has a page break,
                                           // show comments on the 'first',
                                           //'last' or 'all' pages?
$_CONF['article_image_align']   = 'right'; // Topic icon on left or right.
$_CONF['show_topic_icon']       = 1;       // default for new stories


// Advanced theme settings

// Set the default whether to display the right-side blocks (= true) or not
// (= false). In the default configuration, Geeklog will only display the
// right-side blocks on the index page. Please note that setting this to true
// will reduce the amount of space available for the actual page content,
// especially for users with narrow browser windows.
// May require theme changes in article/article.thtml (depending on the theme
// used) to avoid the What's Related and Story Options "blocks" showing up in
// an extra (fourth) column.
$_CONF['show_right_blocks'] = false;

// It is recommended to leave these unchanged and overwrite them in the theme's
// functions.php instead.

// When set to 1, this will render the first story on any page using the
// templates for featured stories - even if that story is not featured.
$_CONF['showfirstasfeatured']   = 0;

// When set to 1, this will make the {left_blocks} variable available in
// footer.thtml (and disable it in header.thtml). This is really only useful
// for two-column layouts where you want the left column contain the stories
// and the right column contain the standard blocks.
$_CONF['left_blocks_in_footer'] = 0;

// +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
// | RSS feed settings                                                         |
// |                                                                           |
// | Settings for RSS feeds (aka RDF feeds). Please note that most of these    |
// | are merely default settings for the feeds created from the "Content       |
// | Syndication" entry in the Admin's menu.                                   |
// +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+

$_CONF['backend']       = 1;    // 1 = activate feeds, 0 = off

// path to your site's default RSS feed
$_CONF['rdf_file']      = $_CONF['path_html'] . 'backend/geeklog.rss';

// This allows a person to limit the rss feed to a certain number of stories
// (e.g. 10 or 12) or else limit the rss feed to all stories within a certain
// period of time in hours (e.g. 24h or 168h).
$_CONF['rdf_limit']     = 10;   // number of stories (10) or hours (24h)

// Include the story's entire intro text in the feed (= 1) or limit the number
// of characters from the intro text (any number > 1) or don't include the text
// at all (= 0).
$_CONF['rdf_storytext'] = 1;

// Default language for the feed - may have to be different than the locale
$_CONF['rdf_language']  = 'en-gb';

// Upper limit for all imported feeds (0 = unlimited, i.e. import all of the
// headlines from the feed).
// Individual limits can be set for every feed in the portal block's settings.
$_CONF['syndication_max_headlines'] = 0;


// Uncomment the following line to set the copyright year in the site's footer
// to a specific year. Otherwise, the current year will be used.
// $_CONF['copyrightyear'] = '2006';


// Optional Image Settings

// If you set $_CONF['image_lib'] below, you must supply a path for the library
// you will use.  Setting this also assumes that if a photo is uploaded that is
// too big either by the image sizes below or by overriding them using the
// upload object then the library you choose will attempt to resize the image.
// Leaving this value empty disables this feature
$_CONF['image_lib'] = ''; // can be one of 'netpbm', 'imagemagick', 'gdlib'

// If you set image_lib to 'imagemagick' give the complete path to mogrify
// here (i.e. including the name of the executable), otherwise comment it out
// NOTE: requires ImageMagick version 5.4.9 (or newer)
//$_CONF['path_to_mogrify']       = '/path/to/mogrify';

// If you set image_lib to 'netpbm' give the path to the netpbm directory, you
// need the trailing slash here.
// NOTE: if you use NETPBM, use the latest package from the Gallery package for
// your operating system found at http://sourceforge.net/projects/gallery in
// the download section.  You need to take the netpbm tarball from them and
// uncompress the file which will create a netpbm directory.  If you plan to
// only use netpbm with Geeklog, put that entire folder in /path/to/geeklog and
// adjust the path below.  The only programs you need from netpbm are giftopnm,
// jpegtopnm, pngtopnm, ppmtogif, pnmtojpeg, pnmtopng and pnmscale
//$_CONF['path_to_netpbm']        = '/path/to/netpbm/';

// Uncomment the following line if you experience problems with the image
// upload. Debug messages will be added to the error.log file.
// $_CONF['debug_image_upload'] = true;

// When set to 1, Geeklog will keep the original, unscaled images and make
// the smaller image link to the unscaled image.
$_CONF['keep_unscaled_image']   = 0; // 1 = keep original images

// when above is set to one and this here also, the user can choose between
// using the original or scaled image in a story
$_CONF['allow_user_scaling']    = 1; // 1 = allow the user to choose

// Story image settings
$_CONF['max_image_width']       = 160;  // In pixels
$_CONF['max_image_height']      = 120;  // In pixels
$_CONF['max_image_size']        = 1048576; // 1048576 = 1MB

// Topic icon settings
$_CONF['max_topicicon_width']   = 48; // In pixels
$_CONF['max_topicicon_height']  = 48; // In pixels
$_CONF['max_topicicon_size']    = 65536; // 65536 = 64KB

// User photo settings
$_CONF['max_photo_width']       = 128; // In pixels
$_CONF['max_photo_height']      = 128; // In pixels
$_CONF['max_photo_size']        = 65536; // 65536 = 64KB

// Use avatars from gravatar.com (if set = true).
// A gravatar will only be requested if there is no uploaded photo.
$_CONF['use_gravatar'] = false;

// gravatar.com provides "movie-style" ratings of the avatars (G, PG, R, X).
// Setting this to 'R' would allow avatars rated as G, PG, and R (but not X).
// $_CONF['gravatar_rating'] = 'R';

// Force a max. width when displaying the user photo (also used for gravatars)
// $_CONF['force_photo_width'] = 75;

// Use this image when there's neither an uploaded photo nor a gravatar.
// Should be the complete URL of the image.
// $_CONF['default_photo'] = 'http://example.com/default.jpg';

// Comment Settings
$_CONF['commentspeedlimit']     = 45;         // minimum time between comment posts, in seconds
$_CONF['comment_limit']         = 100;        // Default Number of Comments under Story
// Default Comment Mode; from 'threaded','nested', 'nocomments', or 'flat'
$_CONF['comment_mode']          = 'threaded';
// Allow / disallow comments to stories by default (can be changed individually for every story)
$_CONF['comment_code']          = 0;          // 0 = comments enabled, -1 = disabled

// Password setting: minimum time between two requests for a new password
$_CONF['passwordspeedlimit'] = 300; // seconds = 5 minutes

// Login Speedlimit.
$_CONF['login_attempts']   = 3;   // number of login attempts allowed before speedlimit kicks in
$_CONF['login_speedlimit'] = 300; // wait (in seconds) after $_CONF['login_attempts'] failed logins


// Parameters for checking HTML tags

// *** Warning: Adding the following tags to the list of allowable HTML can
// *** make your site vulnerable to scripting attacks!
// *** Use with care:      

/* This is a list of HTML tags that users are allowed to use in their posts.
 * Each tag can have a list of allowed attributes (see 'a' for an example).
 * Any attributes not listed will be filtered, i.e. removed.
 */

$_CONF['user_html'] = array (
    'p'    => array(),
    'b'    => array(),
    'strong'  => array(),
    'i'    => array(),
    'a'    => array('href' => 1, 'title' => 1, 'rel' => 1),
    'em'   => array(),
    'br'   => array(),
    'tt'   => array(),
    'hr'   => array(),
    'li'   => array(),
    'ol'   => array(),
    'ul'   => array(),
    'code' => array(),
    'pre'  => array()
);

/* This is a list of HTML tags that Admins (site admin and story admins) can
 * use in their posts. It will be merged with the above list of user-allowable
 * tags ($_CONF['user_html']). You can also add tags that have already been
 * listed for the user-allowed HTML, so as to allow admins to use more
 * attributes (see 'p' for an example).
 */

$_CONF['admin_html'] = array (
    'p'     => array('class' => 1, 'id' => 1, 'align' => 1),
    'div'   => array('class' => 1, 'id' => 1),
    'span'  => array('class' => 1, 'id' => 1),
    'table' => array('class' => 1, 'id' => 1, 'width' => 1, 'border' => 1,
                     'cellspacing' => 1, 'cellpadding' => 1),
    'tr'    => array('class' => 1, 'id' => 1, 'align' => 1, 'valign' => 1),
    'th'    => array('class' => 1, 'id' => 1, 'align' => 1, 'valign' => 1,
                     'colspan' => 1, 'rowspan' => 1),
    'td'    => array('class' => 1, 'id' => 1, 'align' => 1, 'valign' => 1,
                     'colspan' => 1, 'rowspan' => 1)
);

/* Optional HTML Tags that will be enabled if advanced editor is enabled
 * Posible to add tags to the allowable general USER $_CONF['user_html'] as well
*/

if ($_CONF['advanced_editor']) {
    $_CONF['admin_html']['a']       = array('href' => 1, 'title' => 1, 'id' => 1, 'lang' => 1, 'name' => 1, 'type' => 1, 'rel' => 1);
    $_CONF['admin_html']['hr']      = array ('style' => 1);
    $_CONF['admin_html']['ol']      = array ('style' => 1);
    $_CONF['admin_html']['ul']      = array ('style' => 1);
    $_CONF['admin_html']['caption'] = array ();
    $_CONF['admin_html']['table']   = array ('class' => 1, 'id' => 1, 'style' => 1, 'align' => 1, 'width' => 1,
                                             'border' => 1, 'cellspacing' => 1, 'cellpadding' => 1);
    $_CONF['admin_html']['tbody']   = array ();
    $_CONF['admin_html']['img']     = array('src' => 1, 'width' => 1, 'height' => 1, 'vspace' => 1, 'hspace' => 1,
                                            'dir' => 1, 'align' => 1, 'valign' => 1, 'border' => 1, 'lang' => 1,
                                            'longdesc' => 1, 'title' => 1, 'id' => 1, 'alt' => 1);
    $_CONF['admin_html']['font']    = array('face' => 1, 'size' => 1, 'style' => 1);
}

// When set to 1, disables the HTML filter for all users in the 'Root' group.
// Obviously, you should only enable this if you know what you're doing and
// when you can trust all the users in the 'Root' group not to use this for
// Cross Site Scripting, defacements, etc. USE AT YOUR OWN RISK!
$_CONF['skip_html_filter_for_root'] = 0;

// list of protocols that are allowed in links
$_CONF['allowed_protocols'] = array ('http', 'https', 'ftp');

// disables autolinks if set to 1
$_CONF['disable_autolinks'] = 0; // 0 = autolinks enabled

// Parameters for checking for "bad" words
$_CONF['censormode']    = 1;
$_CONF['censorreplace'] = '*censored*';
$_CONF['censorlist']    = array('*censored*','*censored*','*censored*er','*censored*ing','*censored*','*censored*','*censored*','*censored*','*censored*','*censored*','*censored*','*censored*','*censored*ing','mother*censored*er');


// IP lookup support
//
// If $_CONF['ip_lookup'] contains the URL to a web-based service for IP
// address lookups, Geeklog will let you click on IP addresses so that you
// can find out where a visitor came from. This can either be a remote
// service or a plugin like Tom Willet's Nettools.
// The '*' in the URL will be replaced with the IP address to look up.
//
// uncomment this line if you have Tom Willet's Nettools installed
// $_CONF['ip_lookup'] = $_CONF['site_url'] . '/nettools/whois.php?domain=*';


// This feature, when activated, makes some of Geeklog's URLs more crawler
// friendly, i.e. more likely to be picked up by search engines.
// Only implemented for stories, static pages, and portal links right now.
//
// Note: Works with Apache (Linux and Windows successfully tested).
//       Unresolvable issues with systems running IIS; known PHP CGI bug.
$_CONF['url_rewrite'] = false; // false = off, true = on

// Define default permissions for new objects created from the Admin panels.
// Permissions are perm_owner, perm_group, perm_members, perm_anon (in that
// order). Possible values:
// 3 = read + write permissions (perm_owner and perm_group only)
// 2 = read-only
// 0 = neither read nor write permissions
// (a value of 1, ie. write-only, does not make sense and is not allowed)
$_CONF['default_permissions_block'] = array (3, 2, 2, 2);
$_CONF['default_permissions_event'] = array (3, 2, 2, 2);
$_CONF['default_permissions_story'] = array (3, 2, 2, 2);
$_CONF['default_permissions_topic'] = array (3, 2, 2, 2);

// Define a few useful things for GL

// Story Record Options for the STATUS Field
define('STORY_ARCHIVE_ON_EXPIRE', '10');
define('STORY_DELETE_ON_EXPIRE', '11');

if (!defined ('LB')) {
    define('LB',"n");
}
if (!defined ('VERSION')) {
    define('VERSION', '1.4.0sr3');
}

$_STATES = array(
        '--'=>'',
        'AL'=>'Alabama',
        'AK'=>'Alaska',
        'AZ'=>'Arizona',
        'AR'=>'Arkansas',
        'CA'=>'California',
        'CO'=>'Colorado',
        'CT'=>'Connecticut',
        'DE'=>'Delaware',
        'DC'=>'District of Columbia',
        'FL'=>'Florida',
        'GA'=>'Georgia',
        'HI'=>'Hawaii',
        'ID'=>'Idaho',
        'IL'=>'Illinois',
        'IN'=>'Indiana',
        'IA'=>'Iowa',
        'KS'=>'Kansas',
        'KY'=>'Kentucky',
        'LA'=>'Louisiana',
        'ME'=>'Maine',
        'MD'=>'Maryland',
        'MA'=>'Massachusetts',
        'MI'=>'Michigan',
        'MN'=>'Minnesota',
        'MS'=>'Mississippi',
        'MO'=>'Missouri',
        'MT'=>'Montana',
        'NE'=>'Nebraska',
        'NV'=>'Nevada',
        'NH'=>'New Hampshire',
        'NJ'=>'New Jersey',
        'NM'=>'New Mexico',
        'NY'=>'New York',
        'NC'=>'North Carolina',
        'ND'=>'North Dakota',
        'OH'=>'Ohio',
        'OK'=>'Oklahoma',
        'OR'=>'Oregon',
        'PA'=>'Pennsylvania',
        'RI'=>'Rhode Island',
        'SC'=>'South Carolina',
        'SD'=>'South Dakota',
        'TN'=>'Tennessee',
        'TX'=>'Texas',
        'UT'=>'Utah',
        'VT'=>'Vermont',
        'VA'=>'Virginia',
        'WA'=>'Washington',
        'WV'=>'West Virginia',
        'WI'=>'Wisconsin',
        'WY'=>'Wyoming'
    );

?>
 




and in lib-common.php
require_once( '/var/www/html/geeklog/config.php' );
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Quote by me: $_CONF['site_url'] = 'http://192.168.1.4/geeklog/public_html/index.php';

$_CONF['site_url'] = 'http://192.168.1.4/geeklog/public_html';


Quote by me: $_CONF['site_admin_url'] = $_CONF['site_url'] . 'http://192.168.1.4/geeklog/public_html/admin/index.php';

Leave that setting alone:
$_CONF['site_admin_url'] = $_CONF['site_url'] . '/admin';

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Ok, I changed that, but now I get this error after the database was filled.
Template Error: set_root: /var/www/html/geeklog//geeklog/public_htmllayout/professional is not a directory.
Halted.
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I missed that you also changed
Quote by me: $_CONF['path_html'] = $_CONF['path'] . '/geeklog/public_html';

Make that

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

... just like it was originally.

You changed way too many things in that file without, obviously, knowing what you're doing. The installation really is simple - you only have to change $_CONF['path'], $_CONF['site_url'] (plus, on some setups, $_CONF['path_html']) and the require_once line in lib-common.php.

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that worked a little better, but when it says click here to go to your site's front page and learn about the default login. I get a blank page?
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Read the FAQ Blank page
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I checked my php.ini and the settings are ok, but I still get a blank page Confused
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Quote by me: I checked my php.ini and the settings are ok

Hmm? Did you actually read that FAQ article and tried what it suggests?

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ofcourse, I have read it twice, I have everything just as described, I want to thank you for trying to help but I am soon ready to give up on this, nothing seem to work, and I have no idea what it is??? the checkscript is wrong btw, it searches for folders that dont exist or are in another place, ex; /userfotos/ folder is in wrong dir, atleast acording to the php check script, had to move it into /public _html/ and chod it to 777 since 755 don't work as described, atleast not on my server, the dir /articles/ and /topics/ does not exist in /public_html/ the php check script searches for them in there, maybe they are created automaticly later on, but I had to create them to in order to get a successful result on the php check and chod them to 777, I also had to chod /data/ and /backup/ dir in geeklog to 777, I really wish there was some sort of installation program, it's to much hassle for non php experts as my self, I also really wich it was configured to work with a standard folder structure inside the geeklog dir, with paths and stuff
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Quote by me: ofcourse, I have read it twice, I have everything just as described

Well, how was I supposed to derive that from your answer that you "checked your php.ini"? Please keep in mind that I can't see your configuration and that I don't know how much you know about PHP and webservers ...


Quote by me: the checkscript is wrong btw, it searches for folders that dont exist or are in another place, ex; /userfotos/ folder is in wrong dir

Which indicates that something in your config.php is wrong ...


Quote by me: I also had to chod /data/ and /backup/ dir in geeklog to 777

As mentioned in the installation instructions, that's an issue with your webserver's configuration then. Or maybe the files simply have the wrong owner (they should be owned by the process that's running the webserver).


Quote by me: I really wish there was some sort of installation program, it's to much hassle for non php experts as my self, I also really wich it was configured to work with a standard folder structure inside the geeklog dir, with paths and stuff

It does work just fine with a "standard folder structure", whatever that is ...

You may want to try the Alternative installation instructions and/or read the bit about public_html again.

And let me tell you that it's much easier to set up Geeklog than you seem to think it is. There are - depending on how you want to set things up - one or two paths to set in config.php, another in lib-common.php, and the URL to your site, again in config.php. That's all. If you end up making more changes (apart from the database information), you're probably doing something wrong.

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