SMF 2.0.18 has been released! Please update. Read more.
Started by wattie, October 04, 2011, 10:02:17 AM
Quote from: live627 on November 09, 2011, 07:09:41 PMQuoteI got pissed off with Firefox, coz every time there's a damned upgrade, none of the addons worked.Ah yes the utter nightmare of using version numbers to determine compatibility... why don't they check for functions? Makes sense considering FF's new release schedule.
QuoteI got pissed off with Firefox, coz every time there's a damned upgrade, none of the addons worked.
Quote from: Leemy on December 01, 2011, 12:27:00 AMSo My understand now is there is a mod somewhere on the Mod site that fixes this FF/SMF bug? Can someone link it? thank
Quote from: Tomcraft on November 22, 2011, 09:05:58 PMHi Stefan,this new fix works perfect! Even if the file has blanks in its name. ;-)Here is the fix for SMF 2.0.x for the package manager.Regards, Torsten
Quote from: Illori on December 18, 2011, 11:35:59 AMthe archive, and we do issue updates though the package manager
Quote from: Illori on December 19, 2011, 12:38:24 PMif you are not using 2.0.1 you should upgrade.
Quote from: PS:Package upload failed due to the following error:"Although the package was downloaded to the server it appears to be empty. Please check the Packages directory, and the "temp" sub-directory are both writable. If you continue to experience this problem you should try extracting the package on your PC and uploading the extracted files into a subdirectory in your Packages directory and try again. For example, if the package was called shout.tar.gz you should:1) Download the package to your local PC and extract it into files.2) Using an FTP client create a new directory in your "Packages" folder, in this example you may call it "shout".3) Upload all the files from the extracted package to this directory.4) Go back to the package manager browse page and the package will be automatically found by SMF."
Quote from: Illori on December 19, 2011, 12:52:05 PMmake sure you have a temp folder, and you are at risk of SEVERAL security hacks by not upgrading.
Quote from: Illori on December 19, 2011, 03:23:37 PMwe will not do that for RC releases, which has been said many times. but we do have a package manager upgrade for stable releases.