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Started by krittin98, December 05, 2014, 01:11:20 PM

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krittin98

My SMF 2.0.9 forum, http://theteamk.x10.mx, is not loading. I even tried a large package upgrade, but to no help.

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The Team K Developers
www.theteamk.co.nr

Kindred

you either have a blank index file -- or you have a php level errors that kills the board before it loads.
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Please do not PM, IM or Email me with support questions.  You will get better and faster responses in the support boards.  Thank you.

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krittin98

There were no errors in the error log. If there were any blank If there were any blank index files or any php errors, then they shpuld have been rectified during the large package upgrade. Don't you think so?

Best Regards

The Team K Developers
www.theteamk.co.nr

Arantor

Assuming you actually overwrote all the files while uploading it, that is.
Perhaps it would have been better if I'd simply never bothered. Y'all clearly would be less unhappy that way.

kat

...and you didn't use Filezilla with the Transfer type set to "auto"...?

krittin98

I used FileZilla to upload the large package upgrade files and even overwrote all the files. The problem still persists...

Best Regards

The Team K Developers
www.theteamk.co.nr

Arantor

I would ask your host. Something weird is going on and it may be related to the Varnish cache there.

If you've uploaded clean files, check there isn't anything suspicious or broken in Settings.php (do NOT upload that file here, it contains your database password)

Thing is, the server isn't returning a 50x error as I'd expect, it's returning a 200 OK message which indicates something is empty... it's almost like Settings.php has a die instruction in it since *nothing* responds, not index.php, not SSI.php, not the SSI examples file, not even the subscriptions handler.
Perhaps it would have been better if I'd simply never bothered. Y'all clearly would be less unhappy that way.

krittin98

My host had hid any php errors from public viewing, but I have turned them on. This is the error that I am getting:

Fatal error: Class 'TeamPage' not found in /home/theteamk/public_html/Sources/TeamPage.php on line 27

The Team K Developers
www.theteamk.co.nr

Shambles

Does the file Subs-TeamPage.php exist in your /Sources folder?

krittin98


The Team K Developers
www.theteamk.co.nr

Shambles

.. and does it look complete? The missing class is defined in that file.

If all looks well it might be worth reposting your issue in the support topic for TeamPage.

krittin98

I don't know PHP. Can you have a look at those files? I have attached them

The Team K Developers
www.theteamk.co.nr

kat

If you used Filezilla and the Transfer type was set to "auto", files might be screwed, as I mentioned, earlier.

If you change the Transfer Type to "binary" and upload the files, again, overwriting what's there, you might get lucky. :)

Kindred

K@, 

We've been through this before...  ;)
FileZilla won't screw up .php files on auto (except apparently for you) :P
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Please do not PM, IM or Email me with support questions.  You will get better and faster responses in the support boards.  Thank you.

"Loki is not evil, although he is certainly not a force for good. Loki is... complicated."

kat

Not just me. That's the point. I've known this to happen for quite a number of people, unfortunately. :P

krittin98

what should be the transfer type then? Auto, ASCII, or binary?

The Team K Developers
www.theteamk.co.nr

kat

Quote from: K@ on December 06, 2014, 10:22:54 AMIf you change the Transfer Type to "binary" and upload the files, again, overwriting what's there, you might get lucky. :)

:)

krittin98

I tried it again using the transfer type as "binary", but nothing happened. I am getting the same error, as stated above. Any other solutions?

The Team K Developers
www.theteamk.co.nr

Arantor

How about asking in the mod's support topic as suggested?

FWIW I think the mod's using a hook and the hook wasn't installed properly (or since came uninstalled), in which case running the mod's installer should fix it. Again... the mod's support topic for help on this.
Perhaps it would have been better if I'd simply never bothered. Y'all clearly would be less unhappy that way.

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