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Started by kizko, December 10, 2009, 10:40:52 AM
Quote from: Kays on December 21, 2009, 08:05:15 AMIs there a "temp" folder in the Packages folder?If not, create one and chmod it to 777 or 755 depending on which your server allows.
Quote from: Kays on December 21, 2009, 08:20:06 AMBut it did install and it is showing in the package manager as being installed now?Did you attempt to install it on the theme you are using?
QuoteDo i have to unistall and install it back ? An select to isntall on that theme?
Quote from: Kays on December 21, 2009, 08:32:44 AMQuoteDo i have to unistall and install it back ? An select to isntall on that theme?Yes, that would be the best way.If it shows an error then you will need to do a manual install on whatever file is showing the error.Please see: Manual Installation of Mods
Quote from: Norv on December 21, 2009, 09:07:16 AMYou may want to verify if it's installed indeed on files, or isn't it: choose one of the files that give failed test on uninstall, and check the mod's page for the edits that should be in the file. Open the file and check if they were done. Same for the others. It might be useful to know if it didn't do *any* edits, despite saying it was "installed successfully" in the first place.
Quote from: Norv on December 21, 2009, 10:57:52 AMIt sounds like a permission issue. What permissions have those exact files?
Quote from: Norv on December 21, 2009, 11:30:00 AMErrors in the error log for this specific installation?
Quote from: Norv on December 21, 2009, 02:06:30 PMIt seems like RSS Feeder was installed with errors, that is, was not properly installed.Did you have errors during its installation? Is the mod compatible with RC2?Might be worth trying to check the edits that RSS Feeder needs, as per its page, and see if your files have them. In particular, you might want to check your language files, if they have the edits indicated for the mod in *.language.php files, specially if you're using another language on the forum than English.
Quote from: Norv on December 23, 2009, 02:54:43 AMOn this note, it may be a good idea to upgrade to RC2. There are lots of bug fixes done meanwhile.I'm not fully sure I understand what happened with RSS Feeder, please correct me if I get it wrong: you tried to emulate RC2 on a RC1.2 installation?It may be worth to check the language files anyway. What language(s) is your forum using currently? (and please specify if they're utf8 or not)