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bad_behavior2 upgrade clarification

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Registered: 12/30/06
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At the risk of sounding like a rock, I finally got some time to catch up on the plugins updates.

>If you are upgrading from v1.2.4-1 you must first uninstall the existing plugin before you install v2.0.10.

> - Perform a standard plugin uninstall - Plugins -> Bad Behavior - Delete

Am I to assume that by deleting bad_behavior 1 that one should also remove the Admin and Public_HTML directories as well? How about the Path/geeklog/plugings/bad_behavior? What of the original Spam-X plugin?

> - Do not forget to remove the Bad Behavior 1 lib-common.php >entry

No Problem

> - Do not forget to remove the Bad Behavior 1 Spam-X module

Are you referring to the Path/geeklog/plugins/bad_behavior/spamx directory?

> - Remove /path/to/geeklog/plugins/spamx/BadBehavior.Action.class.php

This file is/was located in the directory mentioned above. Where is the path referenced?

> - Subtract the value of 64 from the entry in $_CONF['spamx'] in

No problem

It is not clear what directories of the bad_behavior 1 and spam-x plugins is removed.

Thank you in advance

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Replace all three bad_behavior directory (from BB1) with the ones from BB2.

Bad Behaviour does not replace Spam-X. BB1 shipped with a Spam-X module (that you were supposed to copy into your plugins/spamx directory). That module isn't needed (and doesn't work) any more, so remove it.

bye, Dirk

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