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Simple Machines => News and Updates => Topic started by: Grudge on December 16, 2006, 08:50:14 AM

Title: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Grudge on December 16, 2006, 08:50:14 AM
Simple Machines is happy to annouce the release of SMF 1.1.1. Unfortuately a few bugs crept into the final release of 1.1 which this patch addresses - in addition an issue was reported with both SMF 1.0 and 1.1 which may allow someone to take advantage of a security hole within Internet Explorer to expoit a forum. This release closes this potential hole. Note users who are still running SMF 1.0.9 (Or earlier) and are not ready to upgrade to SMF 1.1 should see this topic (http://www.simplemachines.org/community/index.php?topic=134973.0) for information on patching the SMF 1.0.x line. A full list of fixes is as follows:

For users currently running SMF 1.1 Final upgrading could not be easier. Simply log into your forum and visit your admin center - a notice should inform you an update is available. Follow the instructions to patch your release - this should not affect any modifications, language packs or themes you have installed. Alternatively download the attached patch file and upload to your "Packages" directory and visit the package manager to install this fix.

For all other users please follow the instructions posted in the Online Manual about installing (http://docs.simplemachines.org/index.php?board=2.0;sort=subject) and upgrading (http://docs.simplemachines.org/index.php?board=3.0;sort=subject).

Finally - please do not use this topic for any support requests. You will get a much prompter response by visiting the relevant support board!

Thanks,

Simple Machines
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: pariofdreamz on December 18, 2006, 06:16:56 AM
Thanks. It was easy to install in 1.1 final  :-*
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Grudge on December 18, 2006, 06:21:33 AM
Glad to hear. In general all patches are this easy to apply - it's only the big jumps (1.0.9 to 1.1 etc) that are a little trickier. Much like Amazons "One click to buy" we have "Two clicks to upgrade" :)
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: J. Williams on December 18, 2006, 06:29:54 AM
Typically strange, its 1.1.1 which is the 1 threes times in a row :D
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: the_oracle on December 18, 2006, 07:02:47 AM
Easy enough to install...although it said test failed on a few of the files so I'm not sure if it was correct  ::)
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: niko on December 18, 2006, 07:09:30 AM
2 forums upgraded successfully.

One failed with error package not compatible with this version or something. Howeover it shows that update is available but it doesn't work. Browsing packages neither works

Code: [Select]
1024: Undefined XML element: section from /home/<user>/public_html/<domain>/keskustelu/Sources/PackageGet.php on line 320
Tiedosto: /home/<user>/public_html/<domain>/keskustelu/Sources/Subs-Package.php
Rivi: 2782
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Grudge on December 18, 2006, 07:14:59 AM
Niko - that error should be associated with browsing a package server? You're definetely trying the package on SMF 1.1 Final? The "patch" is only for 1.1 Final.

Can you try downloading it straight from the first post of this topic and uploading that to your packages folder.
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: niko on December 18, 2006, 07:19:53 AM
Niko - that error should be associated with browsing a package server? You're definetely trying the package on SMF 1.1 Final? The "patch" is only for 1.1 Final.

Yes. It is 1.1 Final.

Can you try downloading it straight from the first post of this topic and uploading that to your packages folder.

This worked. (Uploaded from SMF)
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Dannii on December 18, 2006, 07:28:04 AM
Upgrading SMF is easy :)
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: CyberPhreak on December 18, 2006, 07:46:44 AM
Didn't go so easy for me, I got an error in Display.php. Any suggestions?
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Dannii on December 18, 2006, 07:48:22 AM
What mods do you have installed? One of them musn't be compatible.
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: CyberPhreak on December 18, 2006, 07:55:16 AM
I've got LOADS of modifications, lol. I guess I should wait to install, then. :)
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Mr. Jinx on December 18, 2006, 08:20:29 AM
I've got an error on "changelog.txt"

It's looking for:
Code: [Select]
SMF 1.1                                                        December 02, 2006
================================================================================

but in my changelog it says:
Code: [Select]
SMF 1.1                                                        December 01, 2006
================================================================================

"December 01" ???
Easy to fix, but strange.
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Mediademics on December 18, 2006, 08:26:47 AM
Upgrade to 1.1.1 from 1.1 Final worked like a charm, thank you.
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Dannii on December 18, 2006, 08:27:36 AM
If that's the only problem its okay, you can just install it. The changelog doesn't really need to be updated. I don't actually have it on my server! :)
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: smartcard on December 18, 2006, 08:42:10 AM
Did anybody tried this with Mkportal?
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: CJ111 on December 18, 2006, 08:53:51 AM
The server gives me an error :

1. Execute Modification ./changelog.txt Test failed

What is wrong?  ::)
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: swiminjo on December 18, 2006, 08:54:22 AM
I am in love with you people. That mod that you made to do the update seems to work great. It's a lot easier than me having to go in and redo the 15 manual mods that I have too.

Thanks
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Dannii on December 18, 2006, 08:55:46 AM
The server gives me an error :

1. Execute Modification ./changelog.txt Test failed

What is wrong?  ::)
That's okay, you can install it anyway. If you get errors on the changelog it doesn't matter.
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Webby on December 18, 2006, 09:00:43 AM
Did anybody tried this with Mkportal?

Yep :)

http://www.marcovanveelen.nl

Works like a charm ;)
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: katzenellenbogen on December 18, 2006, 09:08:08 AM
I am one of these folks who have to manually make the "temp"-folder via FTP in packages-dir due to server config...

But this time I forgot to make the temp-dir.... Now I can neither uninstall 1.1.1, nor can I install it again.

When I try to re-install it, it behaves as it actually would install, but in "Check all files against current versions." and anywhere else V 1.1 remains :(

What to do?
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Grudge on December 18, 2006, 09:35:47 AM
Didn't go so easy for me, I got an error in Display.php. Any suggestions?
What does the error message say - and what are the lines of Display.php around where it says the error occured?

katzenellenbogen ,

I'm confused - what version number does it currently list at the bottom of the forum?
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: katzenellenbogen on December 18, 2006, 09:55:27 AM
Quote
I'm confused - what version number does it currently list at the bottom of the forum?
I am confused too... It lists 1.1, and package-manager says the update has already been installed. But in fact this seems to be untrue.
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: gilipter on December 18, 2006, 10:05:12 AM
Quote
I'm confused - what version number does it currently list at the bottom of the forum?
I am confused too... It lists 1.1, and package-manager says the update has already been installed. But in fact this seems to be untrue.

I am having the same problem! It displays 1.1 at the bottom but the package is installed (it displays a green light next to the name in the packages) . I can't uninstall it coz it says There is no uninstaller. Also, when I check the Detailed Version Check, only the SMF Package displays 1.1. but all other files display the newest version. So, I really don't have a clue is it really updated.
Please advice,
Marjan
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Orange789 on December 18, 2006, 10:13:51 AM
getting strange errors in my server erro log since upgrade.

It seems to be tagging the server IP address to the end of stuff:

Mon Dec 18 14:57:14 2006] [error] [client 62.253.32.5] Premature end of script headers: php-script, referer: http://www.domain.co.uk/forums/index.php?action=announce;sa=send

[Mon Dec 18 14:57:53 2006] [error] [client 87.242.154.247] File does not exist: /home/virtual/site38/fst/var/www/html/forums/209.208.*.*, referer: http://www.domain.co.uk/forums/index.php?PHPSESSID=a65a743db2606b7d83345a1e9918d340&board=1.0

[Mon Dec 18 14:58:46 2006] [error] [client 195.93.21.68] File does not exist: /home/virtual/site38/fst/var/www/html/forums/209.208.*.*, referer: http://www.domain.co.uk/forums/index.php?board=1.0

Whats that about then ?
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Grudge on December 18, 2006, 10:14:56 AM
It seems to have failed to change index.php. You can run the package installe again to fix that. Simply go to "installed packages" - delete the patch package then redownload and install it. It will "fail" on all the steps that worked the first time but simply ignore that.
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Grudge on December 18, 2006, 10:16:43 AM
Orange789,

How did you upgrade - the patch? None of those errors make any sense to me - particularly as a result of the 1.1.1 patch.
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Naki-BoT on December 18, 2006, 10:18:26 AM
No errors on 1.1rc3 -> 1.1 -> 1.1.1 update

Thanks for upgrade.
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: katzenellenbogen on December 18, 2006, 10:20:32 AM
It seems to have failed to change index.php. You can run the package installe again to fix that. Simply go to "installed packages" - delete the patch package then redownload and install it. It will "fail" on all the steps that worked the first time but simply ignore that.
Sorry, won't help. I even tried to delete the upgrade-package in installed.list file and then tried to re-install again. It behaves as if everything went well (asks for ftp info, says successfull installation...), but in the end nothing happens (version counter remains 1.1).

The trick with manually making the temp-folder within Packages-dir and chmoding it to 777 didn't help either...
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: klumy on December 18, 2006, 10:23:04 AM
thanks for the update
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Orange789 on December 18, 2006, 10:23:42 AM
Orange789,

How did you upgrade - the patch? None of those errors make any sense to me - particularly as a result of the 1.1.1 patch.

Through the package manager

I got an test failed error for changelog.txt but guessed that would not be a problem so continued.

Everything else seems fine.
Not getting errors with the forum ( other than cannot send annaouncemnts because of the premature end of script header error as above) just noticed that in my error log and found it rather strange!
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Grudge on December 18, 2006, 10:30:30 AM
katzenellenbogen,

Are you sure index.php in the forum root directory is writable?

Orange,

The changelog failure is not an issue. The annoucements one is rather strange. Do you have any mods installed? I wonder if in your case it may be sensible to reupload a clean set of 1.1.1 files from the download page here ("Large Upgrade") to see if it clears it?
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: katzenellenbogen on December 18, 2006, 10:34:12 AM
Quote
Are you sure index.php in the forum root directory is writable?

Yes, absolutely sure. Has always been chmodded to 777...
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: WXWP on December 18, 2006, 10:35:29 AM
ALL OK here... execept it killed some of my mods. Just have to wait for the authors to upgrade them again...
 :-\
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: DaBoROE09 on December 18, 2006, 10:44:35 AM
easy to install. not all my themes are 1.1.1 but oh well
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: CJ111 on December 18, 2006, 10:52:23 AM
The server gives me an error :

1. Execute Modification ./changelog.txt Test failed

What is wrong?  ::)
That's okay, you can install it anyway. If you get errors on the changelog it doesn't matter.

Check  ;), installed without problems. Thx! Just wanted to be sure before I f*cked up mij forum  ::)
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: gilipter on December 18, 2006, 10:56:27 AM
It was the problem with the cache folder. I deleted the cache from the php accelerator and now it displays 1.1.1 and eveything is updated as it should. This is the second problem I am having with the php caching. Anyone here knows a good guide where I can make the forum work ok with Eaccelerator. Also, the forum displays
SMF has not been able to detect a compatible accelerator on your server.
although there is one installed and it works ok.
Thanks.

Quote
I'm confused - what version number does it currently list at the bottom of the forum?
I am confused too... It lists 1.1, and package-manager says the update has already been installed. But in fact this seems to be untrue.

I am having the same problem! It displays 1.1 at the bottom but the package is installed (it displays a green light next to the name in the packages) . I can't uninstall it coz it says There is no uninstaller. Also, when I check the Detailed Version Check, only the SMF Package displays 1.1. but all other files display the newest version. So, I really don't have a clue is it really updated.
Please advice,
Marjan
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Wingnut31 on December 18, 2006, 11:19:08 AM
Worked perfect. Thanks :)
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Grudge on December 18, 2006, 11:38:28 AM
katzenellenbogen,

May I suggest you edit index.php directly then and after that it will all be OK. Literally open index.php and change the two occurances of 1.1 for 1.1.1.
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: katzenellenbogen on December 18, 2006, 12:08:05 PM
katzenellenbogen,

May I suggest you edit index.php directly then and after that it will all be OK. Literally open index.php and change the two occurances of 1.1 for 1.1.1.
I don't think this is the problem (although I have done it now)

Version check gives me output:

SMF File   Your Version   Current Version
SMF Package   SMF 1.1.1   SMF 1.1.1
Sources   1.1   1.1.1
Admin.php   1.1   1.1
BoardIndex.php   1.1   1.1
Calendar.php   1.1   1.1
Display.php   1.1   1.1.1
DumpDatabase.php   1.1   1.1
Errors.php   1.1   1.1
Help.php   1.1   1.1
Karma.php   1.1   1.1
Load.php   1.1   1.1.1
LockTopic.php   1.1   1.1
LogInOut.php   1.1   1.1
ManageAttachments.php   1.1   1.1
ManageBans.php   1.1   1.1
ManageBoards.php   1.1   1.1
ManageCalendar.php   1.1   1.1
ManageErrors.php   1.1   1.1
ManageMembergroups.php   1.1   1.1
ManageMembers.php   1.1   1.1
ManageNews.php   1.1   1.1
ManagePermissions.php   1.1   1.1.1
ManagePosts.php   1.1   1.1
ManageRegistration.php   1.1   1.1
ManageSearch.php   1.1   1.1
ManageServer.php   1.1   1.1
ManageSmileys.php   1.1   1.1.1
Memberlist.php   1.1   1.1
MessageIndex.php   1.1   1.1
ModSettings.php   1.1   1.1
Modlog.php   1.1   1.1
MoveTopic.php   1.1   1.1
News.php   1.1   1.1
Notify.php   1.1   1.1
PackageGet.php   1.1   1.1
Packages.php   1.1   1.1
PersonalMessage.php   1.1   1.1
Poll.php   1.1   1.1
Post.php   1.1   1.1.1
Printpage.php   1.1   1.1
Profile.php   1.1   1.1
QueryString.php   1.1   1.1
Recent.php   1.1   1.1
Register.php   1.1   1.1
Reminder.php   1.1   1.1
RemoveTopic.php   1.1   1.1
RepairBoards.php   1.1   1.1
Reports.php   1.1   1.1
SSI.php   1.1   1.1
Search.php   1.1   1.1
Security.php   1.1   1.1
SendTopic.php   1.1   1.1
SplitTopics.php   1.1   1.1
Stats.php   1.1   1.1
Subs-Auth.php   1.1   1.1
Subs-Boards.php   1.1   1.1
Subs-Charset.php   1.1   1.1
Subs-Compat.php   1.1   1.1
Subs-Graphics.php   1.1   1.1
Subs-Members.php   1.1   1.1
Subs-Package.php   1.1   1.1
Subs-Post.php   1.1   1.1.1
Subs-Sound.php   1.1   1.1
Subs.php   1.1   1.1
Themes.php   1.1   1.1
ViewQuery.php   1.1   1.1
Viewkarma.php   1.1 RC3   ??
Who.php   1.1   1.1
Default Templates   1.1   1.1.1
Admin.template.php   1.1   1.1.1
BoardIndex.template.php   1.1   1.1
Calendar.template.php   1.1   1.1
Combat.template.php   1.1   1.1
DescriptionKarma.template.php   1.1 RC3   ??
Display.template.php   1.1   1.1
Errors.template.php   1.1   1.1
Help.template.php   1.1   1.1
Login.template.php   1.1   1.1
ManageAttachments.template.php   1.1   1.1
ManageBans.template.php   1.1   1.1
ManageBoards.template.php   1.1   1.1
ManageCalendar.template.php   1.1   1.1
ManageMembergroups.template.php   1.1   1.1
ManageMembers.template.php   1.1   1.1
ManageNews.template.php   1.1   1.1
ManagePermissions.template.php   1.1   1.1
ManageSearch.template.php   1.1   1.1
ManageSmileys.template.php   1.1   1.1
Memberlist.template.php   1.1   1.1
MessageIndex.template.php   1.1   1.1
Modlog.template.php   1.1   1.1
MoveTopic.template.php   1.1   1.1
Notify.template.php   1.1   1.1
Packages.template.php   1.1   1.1
PersonalMessage.template.php   1.1   1.1
Poll.template.php   1.1   1.1
Post.template.php   1.1   1.1
Printpage.template.php   1.1   1.1
Profile.template.php   1.1   1.1
Recent.template.php   1.1   1.1
Register.template.php   1.1   1.1
Reminder.template.php   1.1   1.1
Reports.template.php   1.1   1.1
Search.template.php   1.1   1.1.1
SendTopic.template.php   1.1   1.1
Settings.template.php   1.1   1.1
SplitTopics.template.php   1.1   1.1
Stats.template.php   1.1   1.1
Themes.template.php   1.1   1.1
Viewkarma.template.php   1.1 RC3   ??
Who.template.php   1.1   1.1
Wireless.template.php   1.1   1.1
Xml.template.php   1.1   1.1
index.template.php   1.1   1.1
Language Files   1.1   1.1


Maybe time to simply overwrite the files that are new in this release?
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: rockinaway on December 18, 2006, 12:26:54 PM
I really need to update to 1.1 before this :S
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: rbrown3rd on December 18, 2006, 12:32:55 PM
My first attempt at upgrading using the package manager failed.  Some file or folder was not writeable.  The ftp login script that changes the permissions failed because my provider does not allow chmod'ing of files except with their file manager.  So, not knowiing which files or folders needed to chmod'ed I did a recursive 777 on the forum folder.  Then the package manager ran just fine.

Now, I am asking if there is a reference that tells me what the file and folder permisions should be because I would like to set them back to the correct settings.  Thanks.
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: 青山 素子 on December 18, 2006, 12:40:31 PM
Setting everything 777 is fine and won't cause problems.
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: rbrown3rd on December 18, 2006, 12:46:49 PM
Thanks Moto-Chan.  I suppose as long as the server itself is secure you are right.  Just thought I would ask if there were recommended settings but if 777 won't hurt then fine. 
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Lou on December 18, 2006, 01:38:40 PM
Hello,

I'm brand new to the SMF community. I was previously using phpBB and got tired of having to manually weed out the cockroaches who kept registering because the phpBB forum lacked some security features that it needed.

Switching to smf (1.1) and converting my phpBB forum could not have been simpler (N.P.I.) or pain free! For that I owe you all a great debt of gratitude! Thank you, thank you!

I especially love the fact that in the admin panel area, I am notified of needed patches and given a quick link to do the job! However.....

I am having a problem with the patch link. I am logged in under an account with full board permissions. When I am in the Administration area and click on the "update your forum" link, I continually receive this error:

You are not allowed to administrate this forum.
Please login below or register an account with ......


which prompts me to register for my own site again. Since I converted from phpBB is there a problem with this for me or am I doing something wrong?

Thanks,

Lou
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: baladeva on December 18, 2006, 01:40:09 PM
hello,
i have a error_message, on:
Installations actions for "SMF 1.1.1 Update Package"
Execute Modification ./Sources/Load.php Test failed  

what to do now _?
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: marinelife on December 18, 2006, 01:52:04 PM
All is well but I notice half my mods can never be removed
Mod Name Version 
1. TinyPortal 0.97   [ List Files ] [ Delete ] 
2. Ad Managment 2.0   [ Uninstall ] [ List Files ] [ Delete ] 
3. SMF Arcade 1.3.1-MOD-E1.5   [ List Files ] [ Delete ] 
4. SMF Staff Page 1.3   [ List Files ] [ Delete ] 
5. EmailFlash 2.0   [ List Files ] [ Delete ] 
6. User Email System 1.1.3   [ List Files ] [ Delete ] 
7. Global Announcements 1.0   [ Uninstall ] [ List Files ] [ Delete ] 
8. Users Online Today Mod 1.4.0   [ Uninstall ] [ List Files ] [ Delete ] 
9. Who Voted What? 1.1   [ List Files ] [ Delete ] 
10. PM On Registration 1.0.2   [ Uninstall ] [ List Files ] [ Delete ] 
11. Googlebot & Spiders Mod 2.0.2   [ Uninstall ] [ List Files ] [ Delete ] 
12. Inline Attachments 1.0.4.2   [ Uninstall ] [ List Files ] [ Delete ] 
13. Spell Check Custom Words 1.0.1   [ Uninstall ] [ List Files ] [ Delete ] 
14. Membergroup Color Legend 1.1   [ Uninstall ] [ List Files ] [ Delete ] 
15. SMF 1.1.1 Update Package 1.1.1   [ Uninstall ] [ List Files ] [ Delete ] 

It really should not be a problem, just wondered if other saw that
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: RoarinRow on December 18, 2006, 01:54:10 PM
Just applied the patch!  Thanks for all your hard work SMF!   8)
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: RoarinRow on December 18, 2006, 01:55:52 PM
All is well but I notice half my mods can never be removed
Mod Name Version 
1. TinyPortal 0.97   [ List Files ] [ Delete ] 
2. Ad Managment 2.0   [ Uninstall ] [ List Files ] [ Delete ] 
3. SMF Arcade 1.3.1-MOD-E1.5   [ List Files ] [ Delete ] 
4. SMF Staff Page 1.3   [ List Files ] [ Delete ] 
5. EmailFlash 2.0   [ List Files ] [ Delete ] 
6. User Email System 1.1.3   [ List Files ] [ Delete ] 
7. Global Announcements 1.0   [ Uninstall ] [ List Files ] [ Delete ] 
8. Users Online Today Mod 1.4.0   [ Uninstall ] [ List Files ] [ Delete ] 
9. Who Voted What? 1.1   [ List Files ] [ Delete ] 
10. PM On Registration 1.0.2   [ Uninstall ] [ List Files ] [ Delete ] 
11. Googlebot & Spiders Mod 2.0.2   [ Uninstall ] [ List Files ] [ Delete ] 
12. Inline Attachments 1.0.4.2   [ Uninstall ] [ List Files ] [ Delete ] 
13. Spell Check Custom Words 1.0.1   [ Uninstall ] [ List Files ] [ Delete ] 
14. Membergroup Color Legend 1.1   [ Uninstall ] [ List Files ] [ Delete ] 
15. SMF 1.1.1 Update Package 1.1.1   [ Uninstall ] [ List Files ] [ Delete ] 

It really should not be a problem, just wondered if other saw that

Yes, about half of my mods are missing the [ Uninstall ] option.   :o
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: GaMerZ on December 18, 2006, 01:59:20 PM
SMF just rocks, I have NEVER applied any patches which is so easy to web softwares.
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: HRM on December 18, 2006, 02:20:27 PM
WOW!! Ohlala! That went really smooth I have never updated before so smooth!

GREAT!! Thanks!
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Gobo on December 18, 2006, 02:34:20 PM
looking forward to 1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1 RC 1
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Witte on December 18, 2006, 02:41:31 PM
All is well but I notice half my mods can never be removed
Mod Name Version 
1. TinyPortal 0.97   [ List Files ] [ Delete ] 
2. Ad Managment 2.0   [ Uninstall ] [ List Files ] [ Delete ] 
3. SMF Arcade 1.3.1-MOD-E1.5   [ List Files ] [ Delete ] 
4. SMF Staff Page 1.3   [ List Files ] [ Delete ] 
5. EmailFlash 2.0   [ List Files ] [ Delete ] 
6. User Email System 1.1.3   [ List Files ] [ Delete ] 
7. Global Announcements 1.0   [ Uninstall ] [ List Files ] [ Delete ] 
8. Users Online Today Mod 1.4.0   [ Uninstall ] [ List Files ] [ Delete ] 
9. Who Voted What? 1.1   [ List Files ] [ Delete ] 
10. PM On Registration 1.0.2   [ Uninstall ] [ List Files ] [ Delete ] 
11. Googlebot & Spiders Mod 2.0.2   [ Uninstall ] [ List Files ] [ Delete ] 
12. Inline Attachments 1.0.4.2   [ Uninstall ] [ List Files ] [ Delete ] 
13. Spell Check Custom Words 1.0.1   [ Uninstall ] [ List Files ] [ Delete ] 
14. Membergroup Color Legend 1.1   [ Uninstall ] [ List Files ] [ Delete ] 
15. SMF 1.1.1 Update Package 1.1.1   [ Uninstall ] [ List Files ] [ Delete ] 

It really should not be a problem, just wondered if other saw that

Yes, about half of my mods are missing the [ Uninstall ] option.   :o

Must have given errors when you installed the package; I say, if you have mods, you're better off installing manually, or removeing all your mods first...
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Gobo on December 18, 2006, 02:44:12 PM
just noticed im missing majority of my uninstall links as well after an error free upgrade.

my guess is it has to do with the version change for 1.1

Since the mods were installed with the option "Uninstall for 1.1" but not for 1.1.1

I guess will have to fix this manually
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: vbgamer45 on December 18, 2006, 02:46:18 PM
just noticed im missing majority of my uninstall links as well after an error free upgrade.


Many mods use conditional installfor and unistallfor which check the version information in order to use the proper install/unistall file.l
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Witte on December 18, 2006, 02:46:28 PM
I saw a mod somewhere that will re-enable the uninstall...
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Witte on December 18, 2006, 02:51:36 PM
just noticed im missing majority of my uninstall links as well after an error free upgrade.


Many mods use conditional installfor and unistallfor which check the version information in order to use the proper install/unistall file.l

I figured as much...what I would do, is check the mod installs first, and then remove the "install for" part of the install file..., re-zip it and then apply it

But that's just me...
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Ben_S on December 18, 2006, 02:52:32 PM
I am having a problem with the patch link. I am logged in under an account with full board permissions. When I am in the Administration area and click on the "update your forum" link, I continually receive this error:

You are not allowed to administrate this forum.
Please login below or register an account with ......

Hmm, are you 100% sure your account is an administrator account rather than an account with most permissions assigned?

just noticed im missing majority of my uninstall links as well after an error free upgrade.

my guess is it has to do with the version change for 1.1

Since the mods were installed with the option "Uninstall for 1.1" but not for 1.1.1

I guess will have to fix this manually


Add
;emulate_version=1.1 ;version_emulate=1.1 to the package manager url.
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Gobo on December 18, 2006, 02:58:30 PM
oh well atleast the mods work

Ive looked around for the version number - does anyone know where I need to change the uninstall for 1.1 to 1.1.1 for the uninstall links to reappear? Would I need to download the zips change versions inside and then re-upload?

Or would I have to re-apply them as well? Cos if yes then its a terrible amount of work! The mods are mega ones like Arcade and TP and many many smaller ones!

the ;emulate_version=1.1 dosent make the links show up.
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Ben_S on December 18, 2006, 03:01:29 PM
Appologies, that should have read ;version_emulate=1.1
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Witte on December 18, 2006, 03:03:31 PM
oh well atleast the mods work

Ive looked around for the version number - does anyone know where I need to change the uninstall for 1.1 to 1.1.1 for the uninstall links to reappear? Would I need to download the zips change versions inside and then re-upload?


That would work I would think... ;D

Or maybe not if there is some kind of cached footprint of the install file...???
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Gobo on December 18, 2006, 03:04:08 PM
oh no now it says "hacking attempt detected"

Then it said "please login"

when I logged in it said "user does not exist"





lol ok i made all that up lol

Thanks works perfectly :D
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Lou on December 18, 2006, 03:09:07 PM
Hmm, are you 100% sure your account is an administrator account rather than an account with most permissions assigned?

Yes. There are two "admin" type groups listed. One is 'Administrator' and the other is a remanant left from the phpBB conversion I guess and is called 'phpBB Site Admin'. The Administrator group says it has 'all' permissions. The phpBB Site Admin account only listed 2 permission so to test a theory, I enabled all available permissions for that group, giving it 71 in total.

The forum account I logged in as is a member of both the smf Administrator group and the phpBB Site Admin group. In addition, when I am logged in and click on the profie for the account and click 'Show Permissions', it comes back with As an administrator, this member has all possible permissions.

So, that's as sure as I can think of that the account trying to do the update is indeed an administrator account.

Thanks,

Lou
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Witte on December 18, 2006, 03:10:14 PM
Ok, so what's the best way to go here, I have a fairly heavily modded forum, should I do a manual install? or uninstall all my mods first? or just go ahead and hope for the best? I'm trusting the Liverpool man... ;D

[edit]thing is, I've just discovered yet another trojan on my winblow$ pc, so am also in the process of migrating to linux...so much to do, so little time to do it...
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Karuhun on December 18, 2006, 03:13:42 PM
Congratulation for quick fixing ! ;)
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: JustJen on December 18, 2006, 03:14:42 PM
Ok, so what's the best way to go here, I have a fairly heavily modded forum, should I do a manual install? or uninstall all my mods first? or just go ahead and hope for the best? I'm trusting the Liverpool man... ;D

Definitely uninstall all your mods!!! My board is completely broken and I have no idea how to fix it. That Ad Management mod, though very useful,  is going to be the death of me!  :'(
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Gobo on December 18, 2006, 03:15:24 PM
As long as ur mods are working (which they will unless it was a mod effected by the file changes in which case u would have gotten an error) leave well enough alone

If you ever need to uninstall a mod just do what Ben_s suggested, in the package manager put ;version_emulate=1.1 in front of the existing address in the adressbar and uninstall

but if it works - dont muddle with it lol or u may just have to start from scratch once more

Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Witte on December 18, 2006, 03:18:08 PM
Ok, so what's the best way to go here, I have a fairly heavily modded forum, should I do a manual install? or uninstall all my mods first? or just go ahead and hope for the best? I'm trusting the Liverpool man... ;D

Definitely uninstall all your mods!!! My board is completely broken and I have no idea how to fix it. That Ad Management mod, though very useful,  is going to be the death of me!  :'(

Thanx m8...I think I'll do it all on my local version first, then re-upload the files via ftp...does this mod change the database???

BTW, Ad Mod; very useful, but a WHOLE load of problems...I just put my ads in manually now...
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Witte on December 18, 2006, 03:22:25 PM
As long as ur mods are working (which they will unless it was a mod effected by the file changes in which case u would have gotten an error) leave well enough alone

If you ever need to uninstall a mod just do what Ben_s suggested, in the package manager put ;version_emulate=1.1 in front of the existing address in the adressbar and uninstall

but if it works - dont muddle with it lol or u may just have to start from scratch once more


OK, thanks Aku...I also go with the old adage, if it ain't broke don't fix it...

Nice tip for the package manager...could save a lot of time...
 ;D
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Ben_S on December 18, 2006, 03:23:51 PM
Hmm, are you 100% sure your account is an administrator account rather than an account with most permissions assigned?

Yes. There are two "admin" type groups listed. One is 'Administrator' and the other is a remanant left from the phpBB conversion I guess and is called 'phpBB Site Admin'. The Administrator group says it has 'all' permissions. The phpBB Site Admin account only listed 2 permission so to test a theory, I enabled all available permissions for that group, giving it 71 in total.

The forum account I logged in as is a member of both the smf Administrator group and the phpBB Site Admin group. In addition, when I am logged in and click on the profie for the account and click 'Show Permissions', it comes back with As an administrator, this member has all possible permissions.

So, that's as sure as I can think of that the account trying to do the update is indeed an administrator account.

Thanks,

Lou


Odd, never come across that before. Check that you are not part of any additional groups in your profile.

Ok, so what's the best way to go here, I have a fairly heavily modded forum, should I do a manual install? or uninstall all my mods first? or just go ahead and hope for the best? I'm trusting the Liverpool man... ;D

I upgraded to 1.1.1 via the package manager with 1000+ users online, I wouldn't worry about it.
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Ivancro on December 18, 2006, 03:40:00 PM
i can't install it when i click install this patch it return on first page of my forum.
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Lou on December 18, 2006, 03:41:47 PM
Odd, never come across that before. Check that you are not part of any additional groups in your profile.

I had those same thoughts and was checking that right about the time you replied. The 'admin account' IS a member of a "Post count based groups". I cannot see anyway to remove the account from that area, unless it is as simple as deleting the # of posts attributed to the account.

I did however, try to create a brand new account, and assigned it to "Administrators" as it's sole and primary account. Cleared all chache, closed browser, reopened browser, logged in as newly created user, went to admin area, tried to apply patch - same result - permission denied error.

I can do the upgrade manually, it's not that big a deal, but thought you might need to know about this scenario in case it is a real problem.

Thanks.

Lou
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: bammoeller on December 18, 2006, 04:16:32 PM
It all installed well besides the display.php. I guess this is do to a mod being installed.
Was the exploit found in the display.php?
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: L.G.S on December 18, 2006, 04:25:46 PM
After installing this update, when I clicked Unread Topics and went into one, I got this:

Fatal error: Call to undefined function: preg_replace() in /home/xxxx/public_html/board/Sources/Subs.php on line 297

It only seems to be a problem with that one topic (although I only had 3 unread), but it may happen again.
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Oldiesmann on December 18, 2006, 04:42:59 PM
You will need to talk to your host about that - preg_replace is a standard PHP function. The only situation that could cause that function to be undefined is if your host compiled PHP "--without-pcre-regex".
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: L.G.S on December 18, 2006, 04:57:07 PM
OK I will ask, although this has only started happening since I installed the update and it's never happened before. Seems to be happening when it wants now, just happened when I tried to reply to a topic with topicseen in the url.
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: JustJen on December 18, 2006, 05:13:39 PM
The ad management mod has caused this after I applied the patch:

Quote
Fatal error: Call to undefined function: show_topofpageads() in /home/virtual/site35/fst/var/www/html/forum/Sources/Load.php(1724) : eval()'d code on line 173

What is the easiest way to repair my broken board?
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: SaltedWeb on December 18, 2006, 05:28:11 PM
Ladies and Gentlemen,
And this why I/you should pay head to SMF's warning of all version are Beta
accept 1.09.

However LOL, I thought the warning was for the " unstable versions".
Wasnt 1.1 supposed to be the stable fixed one ( tougne in cheek)

And yet again this why my main site I use SMF does not have 1.1 on it yet.
Nore does it have RC3 even.
I wait for fixes just like this and then I will update/ install

I only like modifying mods once thank you.


Cozmo

Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: SleePy on December 18, 2006, 05:43:54 PM
Some Unexpected errors came up with the 1.1 Final. This patch will fix all of them and so everything should be ok to upgrade to 1.1.1 and Use your forum without problems. I recommend upgrading to 1.1 as It includes many more features that 1.0 does not have and all around better support and checks for everything used.

Please note that this Topic is not for support. Please Post in the appropriate support forums for Help. Using the Search feature may find the answer to your topic and save you and the SMF Support team time.
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: JustJen on December 18, 2006, 05:46:08 PM
Ladies and Gentlemen,
And this why I/you should pay head to SMF's warning of all version are Beta
accept 1.09.

However LOL, I thought the warning was for the " unstable versions".
Wasnt 1.1 supposed to be the stable fixed one ( tougne in cheek)

And yet again this why my main site I use SMF does not have 1.1 on it yet.
Nore does it have RC3 even.
I wait for fixes just like this and then I will update/ install

I only like modifying mods once thank you.


Cozmo



Thanks, that was helpful.
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Mick. on December 18, 2006, 06:12:42 PM
After the patch i got this error so far.  How can this be fixed?


Unknown column 'b.count' in 'field list'
File: /home/midwesta/public_html/Sources/SimpleBlog.php
Line: 125

Note: It appears that your database may require an upgrade. Your forum's files are currently at version SMF 1.1.1, while your database is at version 1.1 RC3. The above error might possibly go away if you execute the latest version of upgrade.php.
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: RoarinRow on December 18, 2006, 06:23:28 PM
oh well atleast the mods work

Ive looked around for the version number - does anyone know where I need to change the uninstall for 1.1 to 1.1.1 for the uninstall links to reappear? Would I need to download the zips change versions inside and then re-upload?


That would work I would think... ;D

Or maybe not if there is some kind of cached footprint of the install file...???

Just adding 1.1.1 to the install and uninstall sections of the package.xml file and droping back to the Packages folder worked for me   8)
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: SleePy on December 18, 2006, 06:29:50 PM
Adding ;version_emulate=1.1 to the end of the package manager's url will Emulate you having 1.1 Final and not 1.1.1 so you can uninstall.
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Skipdawg on December 18, 2006, 06:35:17 PM
It had probably been stated over a million times now, but what the heck.

SMF rocks!  ;) ;D
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: 青山 素子 on December 18, 2006, 06:48:47 PM
Please note that this is not a support topic. If you are having problems with the upgrade, please post in the proper board.
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Antoinetta on December 18, 2006, 06:56:05 PM
I managed to upgrade the 1.1 Final to the following 1.1.

It’s working just normal.

To prevent opening a topic just for saying this.. When do you planning to launch a new version of SMF..

Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: L.G.S on December 18, 2006, 07:19:35 PM
They JUST launched 1.1.1 and you're asking about 2.0 already  :o
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Antoinetta on December 18, 2006, 07:28:06 PM
They JUST launched 1.1.1 and you're asking about 2.0 already  :o


lol. I’m, up to speed :)

One more question. The next launch (I know it will take some time to come) will be called 1.1.2? Or will be 2?

It’s irrelevant I know :|
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: SleePy on December 18, 2006, 07:29:57 PM
SMF 2.0 is to be released when SMF Devs Feel like it...
But I feel that will be a long time from now.. 1.1 just became final.. Give it time.
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: L.G.S on December 18, 2006, 07:31:04 PM
1.1.X is when they sort out a bug or feature etc, X.0 is when they make a major upgrade.
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: joey_matthews on December 18, 2006, 07:37:13 PM
Awesome update!

I'm totally digg'in the new version, i really liked smf 1.0.8 (which was the last version i used before.. should i say it? buying a life time ipb license)..

Anyways, i'm back using smf for a newer project.. (wouldn't have it any other way this time)
~joey

P.s good work!
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: L.G.S on December 18, 2006, 07:47:15 PM
Now my problem has completely locked off my forum. Can I get some help on this please in my thread?
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Ben_S on December 18, 2006, 07:50:38 PM
Now my problem has completely locked off my forum. Can I get some help on this please in my thread?

Post a thread in the support boards if you need help.
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: klra on December 18, 2006, 08:07:47 PM
Installed without any errors.

I was recieving occasional database error email notifications and hopefully this has fixed that.

Thanks for the patch.       :D
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: RC Storick on December 18, 2006, 08:19:00 PM
I am a little Leary of installing this over my existing forum. So the question I am asking is can I make a New folder add the web install file and the 1.1.1 files, then when it asks me for the data base to use point it to my existing data base? Will both forums work from the same data base? Then when I know it up and working fine change the destination address to the forum address already in use? I hope this makes sense.
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Dermot on December 18, 2006, 08:50:46 PM

Updated here without a hitch,

Much appreciated!

 8)

Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Chris K on December 18, 2006, 08:53:59 PM
Sorry brain is not in gear properly, I am currently running SMF 1.1 RC3, is this a release to upgrade from 1.1 RC3, to 1.1.1 RC3 (or whatever?). If so, I am unable to see how to install the upgrade via Package Manager (which has worked in the past fine) as no upgrade link/path is being presented to me when I use Browse Packages or Download Packages.
What I mean is there is no direct link to apply the patch from the Package Manager, or do I just download the patch in the usual manner and upload it?
 
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: pulkit on December 18, 2006, 08:54:37 PM
easiest SMF install ever ... nice ... so, if this is safe, how excatly is the version 1.0.8 unsafe ?? could i get the excat steps to break into a version 1.0.8 that my competing website is using ?? hehe ... just kidding :)
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: 青山 素子 on December 18, 2006, 09:16:52 PM
pulkit, there are some minor bugs in 1.0.8, so if you will be staying on the 1.0 series, update to 1.0.10.

Chris K, check the online manual (http://docs.simplemachines.org/)
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Chris K on December 18, 2006, 09:23:51 PM
Hi

Sorry, maybe we talking cross lines.
I have in the past had the option to click a link in the Admin section to apply the upgrade or patch, however also I have downloaded the Zip etc file, then unzipped it to my forum server to run the script. I am asking if its there should be a link or clickable link when in the forum to apply the patch or should I need to download it as normal, unzip it locally then upload to the server to then run the script.
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: 青山 素子 on December 18, 2006, 09:41:20 PM
1.1 RC3 cannot be upgraded to 1.1 final through package manager. You will need to upgrade manually.
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: yardbird on December 18, 2006, 09:48:20 PM
1.1.1 patch applied. Great job, folks. This is how it SHOULD be as far as easy maintenance. I'm REALLY happy I use SMF.
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: pulkit on December 18, 2006, 09:52:20 PM
pulkit, there are some minor bugs in 1.0.8, so if you will be staying on the 1.0 series, update to 1.0.10.

Chris K, check the online manual (http://docs.simplemachines.org/)

i'm already on 1.1.1 ... i was just joking about wanting to hack 1.0.8 on another website ...
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: buhaychat.com on December 19, 2006, 02:57:38 AM
Tried installing the patch from 1.1 to 1.1.1, but I get an error in my loads.php  :(

Quote
Error in Package Installation

At least one error was encountered during a test installation of this package. It is strongly recommended that you do not continue with installation unless you know what you are doing, and have made a backup very recently. This error may be caused by a conflict between the package you're trying to install and another package you have already installed, an error in the package, a package which requires another package that you don't have installed yet, or a package designed for another version of SMF.

Install Actions
Installations actions for "SMF 1.1.1 Update Package":
Installing this package will perform the following actions:  Type Action Description
1. Execute Modification ./changelog.txt Test successful
2. Execute Modification ./index.php Test successful
3. Execute Modification ./Sources/Subs-Post.php Test successful
4. Execute Modification ./Sources/Load.php Test failed
5. Execute Modification ./Sources/Display.php Test successful
6. Execute Modification ./Themes/default/Search.template.php Test successful
7. Execute Modification ./Themes/default/Admin.template.php Test successful
8. Execute Modification ./Sources/Post.php Test successful
9. Execute Modification ./Sources/ManagePermissions.php Test successful
10. Execute Modification ./Sources/ManageSmileys.php Test successful
11. Execute Modification ./Sources/PersonalMessage.php Test successful
12. Execute Modification ./Sources/Search.php Test successful
 

Help?  ???  :-[
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: [tiktaktok] on December 19, 2006, 03:07:24 AM
First time i used the install via admin bakcend and works liek a charm :)

Thx SMF!
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: snifftheglove on December 19, 2006, 03:09:54 AM
I have 2 sites using SMF, both on a the same linux server.

Applied the patch to my first site and it worked OK (Only has TP as a MOD, no others)

Applied to my second site and it failed (Only has TP as a MOD, with a failed AVV still waiting to be apllied)
Error was
Quote
Installing this package will perform the following actions:
   Type    Action    Description
1.    Execute Modification    smf_1-1-1.mod    Modification parse error

Also in my Forum Error Log was
Quote
http://www.domain.org.uk/index.php?action=packages;sa=install;package=smf_1-1-1_patch.tar.gz
8: Undefined index: package_readme
File: /home/midland/public_html/Sources/Packages.php
Line: 294
Any ideas?
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Dannii on December 19, 2006, 03:20:46 AM
buhaychat.com, do you have any other mods installed?
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Farmacija on December 19, 2006, 04:00:31 AM
i never easier didnt work one update of smf like this 1.1.1. :)
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: fackue on December 19, 2006, 04:51:18 AM
Thanks.
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: immortalis on December 19, 2006, 05:10:47 AM
(http://img184.imageshack.us/img184/1130/1jj4.th.jpg) (http://img184.imageshack.us/my.php?image=1jj4.jpg)

how to fix that?
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Dannii on December 19, 2006, 05:12:42 AM
Have you installed any mods?
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: immortalis on December 19, 2006, 05:21:49 AM
Have you installed any mods?

yes, but they don't work..

EDIT: i deleted all mods
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: muslimways on December 19, 2006, 05:24:01 AM
When I tried to get the 1.1.1 patch from admin panel, i got this error:

Quote from: An Error Has Occurred!
Session verification failed. Please try logging out and back in again, and then try again

I got "users online today" package installed
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: chipper1 on December 19, 2006, 05:57:45 AM
I´ve just updated from the last to this newest version - but in the "administration center" its just like before: "Versionsinformation:
Forum Version: SMF 1.1
Aktuelle SMF Version: SMF 1.1.1"

 ??? ???
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: L.G.S on December 19, 2006, 06:44:03 AM
Now my problem has completely locked off my forum. Can I get some help on this please in my thread?

Post a thread in the support boards if you need help.

Yeah I did that but only one person replied and now it's just lost in the forum.
Title: SMF 1.1.1 won't send email notifications
Post by: zztype on December 19, 2006, 07:06:34 AM
OK, I got upgraded to 1.1.1 but now the board will not send email notifications to my users. The image verfication wasn't working, so I turned it off and relied on email confirmation for new members.

Now, it won't send ANY emails (I've tried both PHP and SMTP styles with no response from the system) to my users or new registrants. Nobody can sign up for my board.

Where should I be looking to fix this?

Thanks

Blaine

http://www.walaau.org
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Nifelhein on December 19, 2006, 07:17:39 AM
Updating was a child's play, not issues, no troubles, nothing but the good of the new. Thanks a lot for you guys behind this grat software. :D
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: ModelBoatMayhem on December 19, 2006, 07:29:41 AM
Just tried the update, as other have said, the instructions about 'use package manager' didn't work.
I've used the Webinstall which then came back with "error in Webinstall - line 1215".... and completely smashed my forum!

"Fatal error: main() [function.require]: Failed opening required '/forum/Sources/QueryString.php' (include_path='.:/usr/lib/php:/usr/local/lib/php') in /public_html/forum/index.php on line 49


Another complete rebuild for the rest of the day........  >:( :( >:(
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Dannii on December 19, 2006, 07:33:42 AM
Check that all the files in /Sources/ got copied correctly.
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: wickedstangs on December 19, 2006, 08:03:06 AM
Did anybody tried this with Mkportal?

I did and worked fine.
www.wickedstangs.com (http://www.wickedstangs.com)
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: MultiformeIngegno on December 19, 2006, 08:07:40 AM
Really thanks for this release! 8)
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: majo on December 19, 2006, 08:18:37 AM
Thanks this help a lot

got to love smf
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Billy_Gunn on December 19, 2006, 08:25:21 AM
Nice work SMF TEAM!

All went well in about 30 seconds.

 :P
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: stt442 on December 19, 2006, 09:54:42 AM
Thanks SMF team, installed flawlessly :)

I'm still hoping that the version number could be removed from the copyright notice on the bottom of the page ;)
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: goodwyne on December 19, 2006, 10:05:24 AM
Now that was an easy upgrade!  I wish WordPress made their install so easy.
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: glcis on December 19, 2006, 10:28:53 AM
When I try to upgrade using this option : You can install this patch (click here to install) to update your version of SMF to 1.1.1. shows me an error .

When I try to upload the package "smf_1-1-1_patch.tar.gz" tells me "the package is corrupt"

Please help meeee!!
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: DaBoROE09 on December 19, 2006, 10:52:00 AM
Some of my mods I can not uninstall some of my mods Why I also posted in the general english support, bc i accidently put it in there

Thanks

Michael A Brown
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: marinelife on December 19, 2006, 10:58:32 AM
All you do is to fix the uninstall problem of your mods:

1.  Identify the mods in your package manager that have the [ Uninstall ] links
2.  Using FTP go to your 'Packages' folder under /forum/Packages
3.  Drag and drop the mod(s) that have the missing [ Uninstall ] to your desktop
4.  Using WinZip, open mod package
5.  Find 'package.xml' and right click it, then choose edit
6.  Find the areas where it references '1.1' in the install section and add a comma, e.g. 1.1, 1.1.1
7.  Do the same thing for the uninstall section as in this example:

Code:
<!-- Installation, the key part of this file. -->
   <install for="1.1 RC1, 1.1 RC2, 1.1 RC3, 1.1, 1.1.1">
      <modification>modification.xml</modification>
      <code>autosig_settings.php</code>
   </install>

   <!-- Don't forget something to make it uninstallable! -->
   <uninstall for="1.1 RC1, 1.1 RC2, 1.1 RC3, 1.1, 1.1.1">

8.  Close the notepad that you modified
9.  When asked to save changes, hit yes or OK
10.  When ask if you want to save the temporary file that was created, hit yes or OK.
11.  At this point the Zip file should be closed, just drag that new copy to the same 'Packages' directory and replace existing file
12.  Check it by going to your Admin Control Panel, then Packages link, then you should see the [ Uninstall ] links back.
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: buhaychat.com on December 19, 2006, 11:28:25 AM
buhaychat.com, do you have any other mods installed?

Yes, I have a lot of them. Most I had to work in manually to get them to work on my BlackDay Theme. Does that mean I have to uninstall each one by one?
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: 0897jhPEFUOIyG90 on December 19, 2006, 11:54:17 AM
Cue Kegobeer locking this thread in... 5,4,3,2...

(despite all the senior staff answering support questions in it anyway)
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: csshuckster on December 19, 2006, 12:57:23 PM
I got:

Unknown system variable 'NAMES'

and have deleted all mods...
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: fossils on December 19, 2006, 01:33:16 PM
hi

im using SMF 1.1, i want to know that i i will upgrade to 1.1.1 my themes wil not be affected no? i mean everything will work fine no? 
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: L.G.S on December 19, 2006, 01:58:50 PM
I think I found my problem now, when I did the update from the Admin panel (where it says click here to update) it did the file modifications but not the database modifications.

So i downloaded 1.1.1 upgrade.php and it seems to be fine now.
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: fossils on December 19, 2006, 02:29:53 PM
im getting error when tried to update to 1.1.1 from the admin menu (where it says update your forum).

i clicked but getting error as:

"The package you are trying to download or install is either corrupt or not compatible with this version of SMF."

anybody help
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Tapsa2 on December 19, 2006, 02:39:04 PM
What about the language files ?
They are still 1.1 today
Will they work with 1.1.1 ?

I'm still running 1.0.9 so maybe i should wait for them to be updated before i upgrade to 1.1.1 ?
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: 青山 素子 on December 19, 2006, 02:48:27 PM
LGS, there were no database updates that I can think of.

fossils, some hosts are set up so downloads through web scripts will not work. You can try to download the mod from the first post here and upload it through the admin area.

Tapsa2, the 1.1 final language files should work just fine, but I recommend you make a (database and file) backup before you run the upgrade to be safe.
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: L.G.S on December 19, 2006, 03:06:28 PM
Hmmm don't know why then, what exactly does the upgrade.php for 1.1.1 then?
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: 青山 素子 on December 19, 2006, 03:38:09 PM
It shouldn't really do anything. 1.1.1 just patches some files (which is why it can be installed via the package manager)
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: L.G.S on December 19, 2006, 03:54:56 PM
lol don't know what I did then, I ran the upgrade file from 1.1.1 folder and it started updating tables lol
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Witte on December 19, 2006, 05:56:40 PM
It adds a db query into ManagePermissions.php...

[edit] tho I don't see why the patch should start updating tables and such, unless 1.1 wasn't installed properly...
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: vaulter on December 19, 2006, 06:19:11 PM
All you do is to fix the uninstall problem of your mods:

1.  Identify the mods in your package manager that have the [ Uninstall ] links
2.  Using FTP go to your 'Packages' folder under /forum/Packages
3.  Drag and drop the mod(s) that have the missing [ Uninstall ] to your desktop
4.  Using WinZip, open mod package
5.  Find 'package.xml' and right click it, then choose edit
6.  Find the areas where it references '1.1' in the install section and add a comma, e.g. 1.1, 1.1.1
7.  Do the same thing for the uninstall section as in this example:

Code:
<!-- Installation, the key part of this file. -->
   <install for="1.1 RC1, 1.1 RC2, 1.1 RC3, 1.1, 1.1.1">
      <modification>modification.xml</modification>
      <code>autosig_settings.php</code>
   </install>

   <!-- Don't forget something to make it uninstallable! -->
   <uninstall for="1.1 RC1, 1.1 RC2, 1.1 RC3, 1.1, 1.1.1">

8.  Close the notepad that you modified
9.  When asked to save changes, hit yes or OK
10.  When ask if you want to save the temporary file that was created, hit yes or OK.
11.  At this point the Zip file should be closed, just drag that new copy to the same 'Packages' directory and replace existing file
12.  Check it by going to your Admin Control Panel, then Packages link, then you should see the [ Uninstall ] links back.


I was getting this error:
Quote
!!Error in Package Installation

At least one error was encountered during a test installation of this package. It is strongly recommended that you do not continue with installation unless you know what you are doing, and have made a backup very recently. This error may be caused by a conflict between the package you're trying to install and another package you have already installed, an error in the package, a package which requires another package that you don't have installed yet, or a package designed for another version of SMF.

1. Execute Modification  smf_1-1-1.mod  Modification parse error
 
Thanks marinelife, that did the trick :)  (wow you've got over 200 posts and still a junior member - Mine's set at about 50 lol)
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: hai2hai on December 19, 2006, 10:06:00 PM
I also got error when upgrade from v1.1 Final:

Quote
Error in Package Installation
At least one error was encountered during a test installation of this package. It is strongly recommended that you do not continue with installation unless you know what you are doing, and have made a backup very recently. This error may be caused by a conflict between the package you're trying to install and another package you have already installed, an error in the package, a package which requires another package that you don't have installed yet, or a package designed for another version of SMF.
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: hai2hai on December 19, 2006, 10:13:52 PM
Have you installed any mods?

Actually I dont know what is the "mods"? Sorry for silly question because I am not php coder, just download and upload the forum.
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Laibeus Lord on December 19, 2006, 10:56:58 PM
Code: [Select]
<edit file>
$sourcedir/Subs-Post.php
</edit file>

.
.
.

<search for>
if (strpos($user_info['name'], '[') !== false || strpos($user_info['name'], ']') !== false || strpos($user_info['name'], '\'') !== false || strpos($user_info['name'], '"') !== false)
$parts[$i] = preg_replace('~(?:\A|\n)/me(?: |&nbsp;)([^\n\z]*)~i', '[me=&quot;' . $user_info['name'] . '&quot;]$1[/me]', $parts[$i]);
else
$parts[$i] = preg_replace('~(?:\A|\n)/me(?: |&nbsp;)([^\n\z]*)~i', '[me=' . $user_info['name'] . ']$1[/me]', $parts[$i]);
</search for>

<replace>
if (strpos($user_info['name'], '[') !== false || strpos($user_info['name'], ']') !== false || strpos($user_info['name'], '\'') !== false || strpos($user_info['name'], '"') !== false)
$parts[$i] = preg_replace('~(?:\A|\n)/me(?: |&nbsp;)([^\n\z]*)~i', '[me=&quot;' . $user_info['name'] . '&quot;]$1[/me]', $parts[$i]);
else
$parts[$i] = preg_replace('~(?:\A|\n)/me(?: |&nbsp;)([^\n\z]*)~i', '[me=' . $user_info['name'] . ']$1[/me]', $parts[$i]);
</replace>

Just want to ask if the code to apply (between <replace> </replace>) is the right one because it is exactly the same the code instructed to be replaced...

Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: buhaychat.com on December 19, 2006, 11:04:27 PM
Oh, just wanted to update, I finally got 1.1.1 installed and working, had to do it using the download link then ran upgrade.php.

It gave an error on Loads.php but that was because it was dependent on a mod that was removed (ad management mod). Once I re-installed the mod, 1.1.1 version worked fine.

Thanks all.
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Laibeus Lord on December 19, 2006, 11:10:28 PM
Oh, just wanted to update, I finally got 1.1.1 installed and working, had to do it using the download link then ran upgrade.php.

It gave an error on Loads.php but that was because it was dependent on a mod that was removed (ad management mod). Once I re-installed the mod, 1.1.1 version worked fine.

Thanks all.

Great to hear that you got it working Kababayan!! :D
I'm a Filipino too ;)

Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: DonaldJ on December 20, 2006, 04:08:17 AM
The only problem with this is that alot of the mods listed in the download section won't work. Or maybe I'm doing it wrong.

Everytime, well most of the time, I try to install a mod it says "The files have corrupted, try upgrading" or some other crap..
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: vaulter on December 20, 2006, 04:23:03 AM
I also got error when upgrade from v1.1 Final:

Quote
Error in Package Installation
At least one error was encountered during a test installation of this package. It is strongly recommended that you do not continue with installation unless you know what you are doing, and have made a backup very recently. This error may be caused by a conflict between the package you're trying to install and another package you have already installed, an error in the package, a package which requires another package that you don't have installed yet, or a package designed for another version of SMF.

Look at the packages that you've got installed - Click the [delete] links - some of these may be older updates for previous versions but I had no problems after removing them.  If it can't delete them you'll either get a message asking for your username and password for ftp so that the board can uninstall them or you will have to follow the instructions above that marinelife gave.
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Dannii on December 20, 2006, 04:35:15 AM
hai2hai, what does it say below that error message?
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: PacificWx on December 20, 2006, 05:41:04 AM
though I had a "Test Failed" on changelog.txt - I read the advice here, made a backup and proceeded - absolutely no problems.

Thank you
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: PetrusCorporated on December 20, 2006, 05:57:23 AM
Hi! I´ve had this problem with one of my two forums:

(http://img246.imageshack.us/img246/3935/pic1or5.th.png) (http://img246.imageshack.us/my.php?image=pic1or5.png)

I installed the patch, but there is the patch message again [click here to install].

(http://img246.imageshack.us/img246/1165/pic2gx9.th.png) (http://img246.imageshack.us/my.php?image=pic2gx9.png)

I go to the Admin Center, and it shows that my current installation is 1.1, when i´ve installed 1.1.1...

I have two forums. In the first, the installation was succesfull. But, in this one, i have this error.

Where´s the problem?

By the way! I have no mods installed in my forums.
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: J. Williams on December 20, 2006, 06:04:22 AM
Click the (More detailed) link to find what specifically is out-of-date. Also this topic is mainly for the announcement of SMF 1.1.1 and support is specifically in the support board for the language.
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: PetrusCorporated on December 20, 2006, 06:08:05 AM
(http://img226.imageshack.us/img226/6414/pic3vl8.th.png) (http://img226.imageshack.us/my.php?image=pic3vl8.png)

Fonts and Default ¿Themes?

And sorry, if my question dont go here. I saw that people post here their problems with installation.

Thanks :)
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: J. Williams on December 20, 2006, 06:09:56 AM
Since its the default theme, your theme is for 1.1 so its just a version check since it doesn't play against strands of code, just the top line and try re-uploading the default theme.
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Doc Magnus on December 20, 2006, 06:34:34 AM
Hi I have a problem with the upgrade,

(http://www.its-usb.com/images/warning.jpg)

(http://www.its-usb.com/images/testfailed.jpg)

sub-posts.php failed btw, sorry I clipped it off the image

I have not installed any packages, its pretty much a straight out of the box installation upgraded from 1.0.9 to 1.1

I am no php sort of guy, so if any of you have any ideas it would be great thanks

Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: PetrusCorporated on December 20, 2006, 06:48:58 AM
Thanks! I´ve fixed my problem! :P
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: joseph21 on December 20, 2006, 07:30:10 AM
upgraded to smf 1.1.1 and other mods will not install anymore especially the smf shoutbox. Haven't tried installing the theme yet, probably will not work too because of the version change?

EDITED: Thanks, the theme installed properly  :)
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Dannii on December 20, 2006, 07:36:05 AM
There weren't many theme changes, so installing one should still work.
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: joseph21 on December 20, 2006, 07:45:14 AM
Hello but what about the mods, do I need to unzip and change the version inside it and reinstall it again? If yes, which part of the file should I edit. thanks for reply.
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Dannii on December 20, 2006, 07:49:37 AM
You can just put ;version_emulate=1.1 in your forum's URL.
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: souljugler on December 20, 2006, 10:48:28 AM
I uploaded the files using FTP & Overwrited old files & then opened upgrade.php.....& Bingo...its updated...

too easy....

Nice to see update ...  ;D
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: DonaldJ on December 20, 2006, 11:10:31 AM
Yeah, I am also having problem with mods. It says "The package you are trying to download or install is either corrupt or not compatible with this version of SMF."

What do I do?
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: buhaychat.com on December 20, 2006, 12:31:27 PM
Yeah, I am also having problem with mods. It says "The package you are trying to download or install is either corrupt or not compatible with this version of SMF."

What do I do?

What worked for me and the mods I had to reinstall (not sure if this is recommended or not, but make sure you back up your forum just in case), was downloaded the mods from the site, opened them, edited the package info xml to 1.1.1 wherever it showed install for/uninstall for older version, re-packed, then downloaded the package using package manager in admin. It worked for most of my mods in my forum.

Good luck. :)
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Eleglin on December 20, 2006, 01:51:58 PM
I thought 1.1 final should have been more "resistant" because of its long RC period....
The patchs are not very funny with safe_mode on. :s
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: 青山 素子 on December 20, 2006, 03:25:29 PM
I thought 1.1 final should have been more "resistant" because of its long RC period....
The patchs are not very funny with safe_mode on. :s

Bugs still occur, such is the nature of software. It was preferred to get an update out sooner rather than let people live with them.
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: mogway on December 20, 2006, 05:28:58 PM
Hi everyone, we upgraded our forum to version 1.1.1 today but we are having problems with log in in, we have a redirection on the site so people don't go browsing around our server. The problem is that when you log in to our forum the 1st time you'll get a very long url and the site doesn't recognize it, so you'll be redirected to our main site. When you go back for the 2nd time the url is normal when you log in and then you really get logged in to our forum. Does anyone know how to change it so that we can log in normally the 1st time?
I hope you guys understand my question lol
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: 青山 素子 on December 20, 2006, 05:47:18 PM
What do the URLs look like?

Also, can an admin move this to the Support area?
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: rucanunes on December 20, 2006, 05:57:57 PM
When I try to install this patch I get: "The package you are trying to download or install is either corrupt or not compatible with this version of SMF."
I have SMF 1.1 RC3 and Artio SMF Bridge. Could you please tell me what I'm doing wrong?

Thank you,
Ralph Nunes
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Dannii on December 20, 2006, 06:05:34 PM
This patch is for 1.1 final only, not 1.1 RC3.
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: rucanunes on December 20, 2006, 06:12:55 PM
This patch is for 1.1 final only, not 1.1 RC3.

How do I upgrade than?
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Dannii on December 20, 2006, 06:14:16 PM
Go to the download page, and use the 'Large Upgrade' package. Or you can use the webinstaller ;)
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: rabbithutch on December 20, 2006, 09:03:28 PM
OK, I've come clean before.  I'm dumber than dirt. 

What am I doing wrong?

I didn't find any announcement on my Admin page about 1.1.1; so I clicked the link and downloaded the zipped file.  I unzipped into a newly created folder on my PC (named SMF 1.1.1 20 Dec 2006) and two files were written to it.  I then FTP'd (Filezilla) those two files to the myforum.com/Packages subdir on my hosted server.  I then went back to the Admin-Packages page to install it and nothing appears in the list of packages except the ones I reinstalled after getting 1.1F installed.  There is no upgrade.php or install.php file either.

Another operator head space problem, I'm sure.

TIA
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: 青山 素子 on December 20, 2006, 09:29:49 PM
Upload the zip through the package manager.
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: rabbithutch on December 20, 2006, 10:09:22 PM
Uh, but . . .  there's nothing IN the package manager when I view the page and I don't know where to go to get it!?!?!

Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: 青山 素子 on December 20, 2006, 10:15:54 PM
Go to the Download Packages area and upload the file using the form there.
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: rabbithutch on December 20, 2006, 10:27:31 PM
Thanks, Motoko-chan!

I downloaded the zip file from the forum downloads and unzipped it.  There were a BUNCH of files this time.  So . . . .   I'm ready to FTP them to my host, but don't know what sub-dir to put them into.  Should they be in myforum.com/Packages or my forum.com/SMF?

TIA
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: SleePy on December 20, 2006, 10:34:31 PM
They should be uploaded to the directory you want SMF to be installed in.
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Laibeus Lord on December 20, 2006, 10:59:51 PM
Code: [Select]
<edit file>
$sourcedir/Subs-Post.php
</edit file>

.
.
.

<search for>
if (strpos($user_info['name'], '[') !== false || strpos($user_info['name'], ']') !== false || strpos($user_info['name'], '\'') !== false || strpos($user_info['name'], '"') !== false)
$parts[$i] = preg_replace('~(?:\A|\n)/me(?: |&nbsp;)([^\n\z]*)~i', '[me=&quot;' . $user_info['name'] . '&quot;]$1[/me]', $parts[$i]);
else
$parts[$i] = preg_replace('~(?:\A|\n)/me(?: |&nbsp;)([^\n\z]*)~i', '[me=' . $user_info['name'] . ']$1[/me]', $parts[$i]);
</search for>

<replace>
if (strpos($user_info['name'], '[') !== false || strpos($user_info['name'], ']') !== false || strpos($user_info['name'], '\'') !== false || strpos($user_info['name'], '"') !== false)
$parts[$i] = preg_replace('~(?:\A|\n)/me(?: |&nbsp;)([^\n\z]*)~i', '[me=&quot;' . $user_info['name'] . '&quot;]$1[/me]', $parts[$i]);
else
$parts[$i] = preg_replace('~(?:\A|\n)/me(?: |&nbsp;)([^\n\z]*)~i', '[me=' . $user_info['name'] . ']$1[/me]', $parts[$i]);
</replace>

Just want to ask if the code to apply (between <replace> </replace>) is the right one because it is exactly the same the code instructed to be replaced...



Hmm, can this be confirmed or checked?
Coz if that bit of code was touched to fix problems, then the problem isn't fixed because the code in the "replace" part is the same as the "search" part.
If there really are no changes in that bit of a code, it's weird to have been included in the patch, unless otherwise there really was supposed to have been changes.

Thanks again.

Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: rabbithutch on December 20, 2006, 11:04:34 PM
Danke SLeePy!

I got everything uploaded, but . . .

. . .  when I point my browser to http://www.myforum/SMF/upgrade.php (being very careful of spelling and capitalization, I get the following error message:

Warning: main(/home/content/l/a/t/latipac/html/SMF/Settings.php): failed to open stream: No such file or directory in /home/content/l/a/t/latipac/html/SMF/upgrade.php on line 44

Fatal error: main(): Failed opening required '/home/content/l/a/t/latipac/html/SMF/Settings.php' (include_path='.:/usr/local/lib/php') in /home/content/l/a/t/latipac/html/SMF/upgrade.php on line 44


As many times as I've upgraded, now, one would think I had done every dumb thing there was to do and would have no more trouble!

TIA
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: SleePy on December 20, 2006, 11:09:36 PM
Did you use the 1.1.1 Install package and upload that? the Large Upgrade and such wont work.
If you did use install package you are missing some files.. Make sure they got uploaded.
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: rabbithutch on December 20, 2006, 11:28:18 PM
Danke SLeePy!

I got everything uploaded, but . . .

. . .  when I point my browser to http://www.myforum/SMF/upgrade.php (being very careful of spelling and capitalization, I get the following error message:

Warning: main(/home/content/l/a/t/latipac/html/SMF/Settings.php): failed to open stream: No such file or directory in /home/content/l/a/t/latipac/html/SMF/upgrade.php on line 44

Fatal error: main(): Failed opening required '/home/content/l/a/t/latipac/html/SMF/Settings.php' (include_path='.:/usr/local/lib/php') in /home/content/l/a/t/latipac/html/SMF/upgrade.php on line 44


As many times as I've upgraded, now, one would think I had done every dumb thing there was to do and would have no more trouble!

TIA
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: rabbithutch on December 20, 2006, 11:31:47 PM
I used the Large Upload.  I have been running 1.1 Final for a coupla weeks.  Based on what the Download page says, this is the download one should use if they are running 1.1.

What did I miss?
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: SleePy on December 21, 2006, 12:06:25 AM
Oh, I thought you where trying to install 1.1.1

Since you went from 1.1 Final to 1.1.1 there where no database changes between the two versions.
Just need to make sure all paths are correct for where you moved it.

Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Vinspire on December 21, 2006, 04:13:58 AM
Ermmm .... I am sorry to ask this but how do i upgrade it from SMF 1.1 RC 3 and is the 1.1.1 Version stable yet ?
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Dannii on December 21, 2006, 04:32:56 AM
1.1.1 is the stable release. We had hoped 1.1 Final (1.1.0) would be stable, but it wasn't stable enough :(. There were some serious bugs that needed to be fixed.
To upgrade from 1.1 RC3, use the 'Large Upgrade' package, or use the Webinstaller :)
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Vinspire on December 21, 2006, 06:13:39 AM
1.1.1 is the stable release. We had hoped 1.1 Final (1.1.0) would be stable, but it wasn't stable enough :(. There were some serious bugs that needed to be fixed.
To upgrade from 1.1 RC3, use the 'Large Upgrade' package, or use the Webinstaller :)

is it difficult to upgrade from RC 3 to 1.1.1 ?
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Dannii on December 21, 2006, 06:23:58 AM
No, it's very easy :) A few people have problems, but most don't, and if you do, we're here to help. If you do, start a new topic though of course.
Title: SMF 1.1 Final to 1.1.1
Post by: BryanSD on December 21, 2006, 07:05:21 AM
I have to say that installing this patch for 1.1 Final was the easiest thing to do.  I use a lot of CMS applications, and by far this is the most enjoyable open source application to upgrade with it's package manager.  Thank you developers!

-Bryan
CMS Fanatic
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: joseph21 on December 21, 2006, 07:59:50 AM
Where exactly do we have to place this ;version_emulate=1.1  which part in the forums url? the settings.php or in the admin? Thanks.
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Dannii on December 21, 2006, 08:27:07 AM
Just in your forum's url. Suppose you get to the package manager by http://somedomain.com/forum/index.php?action=packages
Well, type http://somedomain.com/forum/index.php?action=packages;version_emulate=1.1 instead ;)
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: joseph21 on December 21, 2006, 08:46:20 AM
Thank you!  :D It changed the copyright at the bottom to powered by smf 1.1 again? I placed the ;version_emulate=1.1 before I hit the apply mod, not sure if that's what you mean, but I think worked because the installation for ad management was successful anyway.
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Vinspire on December 21, 2006, 08:48:21 AM
Sorry for my ignorance but mind if i ask how do i upgrade my forum from 1.1 RC 3 to SMF 1.1.1 ?

Which file do I need to upload to the current forum root ?
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Dannii on December 21, 2006, 08:52:02 AM
To upgrade from 1.1 RC3, use the 'Large Upgrade' package, or use the Webinstaller :)
http://docs.simplemachines.org/index.php?board=3.0;sort=subject
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Spartankonin on December 21, 2006, 09:19:02 AM
Using the file at the beginning of this thread(as the download section comes off as corrupted by package manager) it was a quick back up then install with no errors and everything went great with the exception of three mods becoming uninstallible(sp?) but I am currently fine with that...Thanks to everyone here! Freakin great place!
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Legolass on December 21, 2006, 10:52:46 AM
i made a custom theme when we were on smf 1.1 rc2, its survived great through the upgrade to 1.1 rc3 and then 1.1 final. this time round the upgrade has also gone well, apart from now my table borders on the main index have either disappeared or are now the same colour as the rest of the table, i cant get my head round this - should be an easy fix but i cant see it! can anyone help?

link to forum - http://www.scotland-rocks.com/forum

test login - summer
password - tester

i'd like to take this opportunity to thank the smf team for creating such great software and keeping it free! dont know how you do it! i've been using it since the yabbse days and still going strong!
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Joomlamz on December 21, 2006, 02:22:28 PM
o need help to install my forum
quero ajuda pessoal sobre 0 char
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: wccdc on December 21, 2006, 10:22:10 PM
I have a few problems upgrading but ended up doing a clean install of 1.1.1 I am having problems locating compatable mods , arcade shoutbox for my new version.  Any good links?

I highly recommend using mysql dumper for runing back ups and restorals. It works great. 
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: TranceSound on December 21, 2006, 11:04:42 PM
Hi there

I have installed the latest version SMF 1.1.1 and works OK, so far... but there is only one little thing/issue.. I have an add-on/pluggin I am running, something about, I don`t know how to call it, related to [hide] posts or something, but it`s not working anymore...

Maybe this is the right place to post this request... but does anyone of You knows where I can find a better pluggin/add-on that supports this kind of version ???

I had this before on my SMF 1.1 RC3, but since I have made the update, it doesn't`t work properly anymore, it does shows things like |hide|http://www.link.domain|/hide| (please replace | with []) but without taking the code as usual, the tag code

Any suggestions ?

Cheers
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: RC Storick on December 21, 2006, 11:07:29 PM
1.1.1 webinstall completely crashed my site.
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: comperr on December 21, 2006, 11:21:23 PM
I've got an error on "changelog.txt"

It's looking for:
Code: [Select]
SMF 1.1                                                        December 02, 2006
================================================================================

but in my changelog it says:
Code: [Select]
SMF 1.1                                                        December 01, 2006
================================================================================

"December 01" ???
Easy to fix, but strange.
DONT INSTALL IT.  Your files got corrupted probably and this bye got changed by one.  Analyze the files and make sure that no other text (expeccily PHP functions) were altered.
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Dannii on December 21, 2006, 11:39:30 PM
comperr, if the only issue is with the changelog, its fine to install it. I think the charter members patch had the wrong date, which is why theres a problem.
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: SaltedWeb on December 22, 2006, 03:13:12 AM

1.1.1 is the stable release. We had hoped 1.1 Final (1.1.0) would be stable, but it wasn't stable enough :(. There were some serious bugs that needed to be fixed.
To upgrade from 1.1 RC3, use the 'Large Upgrade' package, or use the Webinstaller :)

Hi Guys I have a serious question regarding the "stable" version.
looking back at the final how did these serious bugs get by inspection?, and how sure are we 1.1.1
is stable now.
Not being a complainer, we have a community dependant site. And I have to be extra careful as our site
helps ppl with food ,items etc. I saw some say it crashed their forum YIKES!!!
I need to know how sure is it this is safe??

Thanks
Cozmo


Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: J. Williams on December 22, 2006, 04:22:25 AM

1.1.1 is the stable release. We had hoped 1.1 Final (1.1.0) would be stable, but it wasn't stable enough :(. There were some serious bugs that needed to be fixed.
To upgrade from 1.1 RC3, use the 'Large Upgrade' package, or use the Webinstaller :)

Hi Guys I have a serious question regarding the "stable" version.
looking back at the final how did these serious bugs get by inspection?, and how sure are we 1.1.1
is stable now.
Not being a complainer, we have a community dependant site. And I have to be extra careful as our site
helps ppl with food ,items etc. I saw some say it crashed their forum YIKES!!!
I need to know how sure is it this is safe??

Thanks
Cozmo




SMF 1.1.1 is safe to use, the crashes are usually because of their own human error or the fact they might have forgot to un-install modifications.
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Dannii on December 22, 2006, 06:24:44 AM
Well the IE problem really was rediculous. Seriously, it seems like half our updates are because of it :S
And then something like "Fixed bug in BBC parsing that could cause an error for people with special characters in their username on certain versions of PHP." is probably such an uncommon error that with all the alpha and beta testing that went on, noone happened to have the correct combination of special characters and PHP version until just now.
We can't be entirely sure that 1.1.1 is stable, but it's probably more stable than most other software thats out there.
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: wccdc on December 22, 2006, 07:13:51 AM
Which is why I went with a clean install.


It doesnt matter if it crashes or the upgrades fail If you back up your stuff you are ok.

A clean install only takes like 30 mins.
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Dannii on December 22, 2006, 07:19:56 AM
A clean install takes like 2 minutes :)
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: str4hler on December 22, 2006, 09:03:45 AM
we use non standard ports and advanced security on our webserver (of which I understand nothing by the way...)
please with the next upgrade to 1.1.2 (or something like that) just give a download file with all the changed files and/or a database update file and a readme
the webupdate etc does not work for me...

so I just uploaded all the files in the upgrade package and everything seems to work fine

-> the current readme (upgrade 1.1.1\smf_1-1-1_update\readme.html) asks to again run the upgrade.php, which, i believe, is not correct ?!

thanks4 your answer  ;)
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: twostars on December 22, 2006, 10:59:47 AM
I keep getting:
Unknown system variable 'NAMES'

Help! :o
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Laibeus Lord on December 22, 2006, 01:01:40 PM
please with the next upgrade to 1.1.2 (or something like that) just give a download file with all the changed files and/or a database update file and a readme
the webupdate etc does not work for me...

They did posted a downloadable file if you want just the changed files.  The readme, well, it's the first post in this thread - upload via the Package Manager, install, and you're done.
If that's what you only want, you can avoid using the webupdate stuff.

Personally, I prefer doing it manually, helps in detecting stuff that our dear devs may missed, like the bit of code I've been asking for a week now and still have no answer.  A part in the upgrade file for Subs Post where a bit code must be replaced by a 'supposedly updated' code.  The old code and the 'supposedly new' code are just the same, so it's a little worry to me that a supposed fix related to subs post failed coz of that one part.  And I don't know why they don't want, or no one wants to answer that.  Think about it, you wouldn't put an instruction in the upgrade to replace a code with an old code if there were no changes right?  Unless it was added mistakenly, which still requires an answer so we can all breathe normally.

I know we're busy and all that, but hey, I'm pretty sure it's an easy yes or no answer than all the other queries here about upgrade "fatalities", which are 99% on the customer/user/admin part ;)  Know what I mean?

Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: robodex on December 22, 2006, 04:40:29 PM
You did not patch any holes. We have had to get rid of SMF because of repeated hacks to our forums after multiple updates. Please, focus more on security and less on useless features.

If you're wondering, we had a website for our guild on World of Warcraft, and the person in question used an exploit in SMF to add a script to the forum's index.php where it would install a keylogger on computers running older versions of IE. This happened 4 times, after repeatedely changing all passwords with multiple (non-infected) computers. Fix your forums.
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: 青山 素子 on December 22, 2006, 04:48:39 PM
robodex, we take security very seriously. Please submit a security report (http://www.simplemachines.org/about/security.php) detailing the problems and we will work to investigate and fix it.
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Jim T on December 22, 2006, 08:45:49 PM
Warning: main(/home/content/m/d/c/mdcamaro/html/Settings.php): failed to open stream: No such file or directory in /home/content/m/d/c/mdcamaro/html/index.php on line 46

Fatal error: main(): Failed opening required '/home/content/m/d/c/mdcamaro/html/Settings.php' (include_path='.:/usr/local/lib/php') in /home/content/m/d/c/mdcamaro/html/index.php on line 46

Ok what went wrong? My site won't open. I can log into administrator.
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: SaltedWeb on December 22, 2006, 08:52:43 PM
 8)

Merry Christmas Everyone.

My post was of a serious nature as mentioned we have a sensitive database.
If it crashed it wouldnt hurt me, but would affect ppl whom need food.

Is there isntruction at SMF to a fool proof clean install and yet saving the integrity of all the members posts etc?
Can't take the chance of any issues like I see listed..

Cozmo
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: 青山 素子 on December 22, 2006, 09:10:39 PM
PLEASE USE THE SUPPORT BOARDS FOR SUPPORT, NOT THIS TOPIC.
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: PacMan on December 23, 2006, 12:13:56 AM
Being an old Yabb board and brand new SMF and just getting this board running for the first time tonight, I really appreciate how easy it was to install the update.  Everything went perfectly!  I have a feeling I'm going to love this board. 

Thanks to all of you!
AC
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Prasad007 on December 23, 2006, 04:01:49 AM
Thanks for the update! :)
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Gary on December 23, 2006, 11:06:53 AM
Ran the upgrade package last night, and it worked like the charm from one of the CVS builds. :P

Well done to the devs.

-AwwLilMaggie
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Andres08 on December 23, 2006, 10:01:54 PM
No errors on 1.1rc3 -> 1.1 -> 1.1.1 update

Thanks for upgrade.

Strange.

I also running 1.1.RC3 but I can"t update.   Just two days ago I wanted to upload 1.1.1update attached in first post in this topic, but That is what I get.  The package you are trying to download or install is either corrupt or not compatible with this version of SMF.

Have somebody idea where  error ca be?

Andres
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Dannii on December 23, 2006, 10:07:25 PM
It is for 1.1 only. If you're running 1.1 RC3 now, you'll have to use the Large Upgrade package from the download page.
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Andres08 on December 23, 2006, 10:10:46 PM
Thanks Eld.  My admin center in top shows only upgrade to 1.1.1.   Maybe I should search better for upgrade.

Andres
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Teknomancer on December 24, 2006, 01:04:02 AM
I have SMF 1.1 RC2 but only with the security patches (so its essentially 1.1 RC1 + Security Patches of RC2).

Is it fine to upgrade to 1.1.1 directly?
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: 青山 素子 on December 24, 2006, 02:10:38 AM
You can, but you need to use the 1.1.1 upgrade package, not the attachment on this topic.
Title: Re: SMF 1.1.1 Released
Post by: Grudge on December 24, 2006, 03:23:06 PM
I'm locking this topic as I believe any additional replies will effectively be support. If you're having any difficulties upgrading/installing please ensure you've followed the instructions in the annoucement and if you still have an issue please post in our Support Board (http://www.simplemachines.org/community/index.php?board=10.0).

Happy Holidays,

Grudge