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Started by marcnyc, November 04, 2004, 07:57:04 PM
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if ( mosCountModules( 'left' ) ) mosLoadModules('left');
QuoteAs far as I know you have to install SMF first and MAMBO after SMF so if both are already installed do NOT reinstall SMF, just do what I said.
QuoteOK, thank you! I think I get the point. It's not possible to start from the scratch with mambo, but with smf. So what is the best location for a smf installation? In a subdirectory or outside of mambo? Currently it's outside of mambo, but I can change if necessary. Just if it's a possible problem for exporting the mambo-tables to the smf-tables. Or doesn't this matter?
Quotehowever I just now get a blank white page (gzip = off) after a first ssi-error (your are not allowed to point directly to ssi) which is fixed by writing the entire path in the smf.php (/home/.../public_html/smf). Hmm ... I used the 2.03beta from mamboforge. Is there still anything more to be aware off? Orstio?
QuoteDidn't recognize that there has to be a relative path (starting with /home/.../smf) and no absolute path (http://.../smf) in the config.smf.php, because in the "readme.txt" there is both offered.