Welcome to Geeklog, Anonymous Saturday, December 10 2022 @ 01:29 am EST

Geeklog Forums

Migrating to new server


Jerry Green

Anonymous
I have been using Geeklog for 20 years on my website, historyandnews.co.uk, and I kept it updated to version 2.0.0 but I have now been retired 15 years and my brain doesn't seem to work as well as it did 20 years ago. My hosting provider is moving my installation to a new server and some problems have occurred. With root debugging on I get the following[
An error has occurred:
This is being displayed as "Root Debugging" is enabled in your Geeklog configuration.
If this is a production website you must disable this option once you have resolved any issues you are investigating.

2 - require_once(english.php): failed to open stream: No such file or directory @ /home/sites/7b/7/7e07a92d0f/public_html/lib-common.php line 418

Call Stack
# Function File Line
1 require_once /home/sites/7b/7/7e07a92d0f/public_html/lib-common.php 418
2 require_once /home/sites/7b/7/7e07a92d0f/public_html/index.php 35
...
Can anyone tell me, in very simple terms, what I need to do to fix these problems?
 Quote

Status: offline

Laugh

Site Admin
Admin
Registered: 09/27/05
Posts: 1447
It could be several things. If the server is not an exact mirror and the folder names are different, etc.. then you should run the Geeklog Migration which is found in the install.

Your error indicates files are not found so this most likely is the issue.

You will have to download the install again (for your EXACT version of Geeklog) and put the install folder from the zip file (located in the admin folder) into the Geeklog website Admin folder.

Geeklog v2.0.0
https://www.geeklog.net/downloads/index.php/1106

You also need to make sure you are using PHP 5 as Geeklog 2.0 is about 10 years old now and wouldn't support PHP 7 or 8. Ideally you should probably update your current Geeklog install to the latest version which is Geeklog 2.2.2. There have been a lot of changes since then and security fixes.
One of the Geeklog Core Developers.
 Quote

All times are EST. The time is now 01:29 am.

  • Normal Topic
  • Sticky Topic
  • Locked Topic
  • New Post
  • Sticky Topic W/ New Post
  • Locked Topic W/ New Post
  •  View Anonymous Posts
  •  Able to post
  •  Filtered HTML Allowed
  •  Censored Content