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Bridge 1.1.4

Started by Orstio, April 23, 2006, 07:59:20 AM

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Orstio

    Quote from: Brakdûr on April 24, 2006, 05:26:04 AM
    Hello,

    once again I tried to get it running. But iI always get an "Hacking attempt" while configuration.

    This is my setting:

    • Joomla 1.0.8
    • smf 1.1RC2 with sec. Patch
    • Bridge 1.1.14
    (Everything in one Database)

    I installed it as it is said in the Readme filde. But when I´m trying to configure the component I get the above error message (and sadly no configuration at all). What do I have to do?

    Thank you for your help[/list]

    Can you PM me a URL and super admin access to Joomla?

    Prasad007

    wat are the updates (if any) in this version, besides bug fixes ?

    Orstio

    There was nothing new added for this release, just bug fixes from 1.1.3.

    Prasad007

    oh okay cool :)
    is there a list of these bugs that were fixed?

    Orstio


    willi1

    Hello,

    Orstrio thanks for your great work.

    I have a small question, which code must i deleted before i install the new bridge? at the moment i use the bridge 1.1.3 i´m a php newbie sorry

    Best regards

    willi1

    Orstio

    If you already have 1.1.3, then you didn't put any code into your Joomla template header, so you don't need to delete it.

    willi1

    thx

    and really good work.  :)

    Monteiro

    Hi Orstio!

    Great job at the bridge. However, I'm having a problem... Am I supposed to disable the "Your Details" Joomla menu item? When I try to edit things from here, I got some weird *already registered* problems. Doesn't make too much sense, since I'm trying to edit a profile, not register another account.

    Ideas?

    Orstio

    As with all previous bridges, changing things in your Joomla profile will not make those same changes in your SMF profile.  Changing your SMF profile will make changes to your Joomla profile.

    Therefore, it is best to unpublish any link to anything that will change your Joomla profile because that will do nothing but confuse you.

    Prasad007


    Monteiro

    Quote from: Orstio on April 25, 2006, 06:39:32 AM
    As with all previous bridges, changing things in your Joomla profile will not make those same changes in your SMF profile.  Changing your SMF profile will make changes to your Joomla profile.

    Therefore, it is best to unpublish any link to anything that will change your Joomla profile because that will do nothing but confuse you.
    That was exactly what I was hoping to get! Thanks a lot Orstio :D

    Sheepdog360

    Quote from: Bigguy on April 23, 2006, 05:19:57 PM
    So I uninstall 3 things:

    bridge
    Simple Machines Forum Registration
    mod_smf_login module

    When removing the code from the template can I just re-upload a fresh copy of the file ???
    after uninstalling all this then I install the com_smf.zip as a component and I`m done.

    whats the actual file name of the template, on a default install?

    Orstio

    It's usually easiest to go to your Joomla admin panel, Site menu, Template Manager, Site Templates.

    Select the template with the checkmark next to it, and click "Edit HTML".

    BelgarathFL

    Quote from: Orstio on April 24, 2006, 08:28:44 AM
      Quote from: Brakdûr on April 24, 2006, 05:26:04 AM
      Hello,

      once again I tried to get it running. But iI always get an "Hacking attempt" while configuration.

      This is my setting:

      • Joomla 1.0.8
      • smf 1.1RC2 with sec. Patch
      • Bridge 1.1.14
      (Everything in one Database)

      I installed it as it is said in the Readme filde. But when I´m trying to configure the component I get the above error message (and sadly no configuration at all). What do I have to do?

      Thank you for your help[/list]

      Can you PM me a URL and super admin access to Joomla?

      I'm getting the exact same thing.  As soon as I enter the absolute path to the SMF directory, I get "Hacking Attempt"

      Excalibur!

      As I know Joomla does not working on PHP5. Correct me if I'm wrong?

      Prasad007

      Quote from: Excalibur! on April 26, 2006, 03:30:50 PM
      As I know Joomla does not working on PHP5. Correct me if I'm wrong?
      Joomla is currently on PHP 4, just as smf is.

      Orstio

      This is a sticky topic.  It is meant for the announcement of the Bridge 1.1.4, the release of 1.1.4, and discussion of 1.1.4.  It is not for support requests.  If you have problems with your website, please start your own topic instead of making this a big mess of "help me" posts.

      Orstio

      Quote from: BelgarathFL on April 26, 2006, 02:18:35 PM
      Quote from: Orstio on April 24, 2006, 08:28:44 AM
        Quote from: Brakdûr on April 24, 2006, 05:26:04 AM
        Hello,

        once again I tried to get it running. But iI always get an "Hacking attempt" while configuration.

        This is my setting:

        • Joomla 1.0.8
        • smf 1.1RC2 with sec. Patch
        • Bridge 1.1.14
        (Everything in one Database)

        I installed it as it is said in the Readme filde. But when I´m trying to configure the component I get the above error message (and sadly no configuration at all). What do I have to do?

        Thank you for your help[/list]

        Can you PM me a URL and super admin access to Joomla?

        I'm getting the exact same thing.  As soon as I enter the absolute path to the SMF directory, I get "Hacking Attempt"

        chinathetimes

        April 28, 2006, 12:58:45 AM #39 Last Edit: April 28, 2006, 03:09:37 AM by chinathetimes
        Orstio,

        In case we don't say it enough:

        No whines ...

        No complaints ...

        Just a message to say ... You're the best.

        And you have the patience of Job.

        I'm running SMF 1.1.3 on http://www.chinathetimes.com/

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