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radu

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I got this now:

An error has occurred:
2 - require_once(HTTP/Request.php): failed to open stream: No such file or directory @ /home/napoca/public_html/admin/sectest.php line 62

array(2) {
["url"]=>
string(37) "http://www.cluj-napoca.com/config.php"
["errmsg"]=>
&NULL
}

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ironmax

Anonymous
If your running geeklog 141, then look in your config to verify the following
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// +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
// | 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'] = false;

// 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/';
 


If you have Geeklog 1.5RC1 then look in your configuration for
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Have Pear? (?)  False
Path Pear (?)   /geeklog/system/pear/
 

If you are unable to gain access to your site, then you will need to gain access to your database and verify the path in table gl_conf_value for path_pear

If someone else has a better explanation, feel free

Michael
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mst3kroqs

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Quote by: ironmax

If your running geeklog 141, then look in your config to verify the following

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// +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
// | 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'] = false;

// 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/';
 


If you have Geeklog 1.5RC1 then look in your configuration for
Text Formatted Code

Have Pear? (?)  False
Path Pear (?)   /geeklog/system/pear/
 

If you are unable to gain access to your site, then you will need to gain access to your database and verify the path in table gl_conf_value for path_pear

If someone else has a better explanation, feel free

Michael



Also keep in mind that the PEAR files are distributed in a separate tarball, they are not part of the nightly CVS tarball, as stated here. The PEAR files can be downloaded separately from that page.

-m
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