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#1 2015-05-14 15:24:28

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a problem with 0.9.5-preview going live

Having tested 0.9.5 on my "localhost" using Xampp, it was time to take it to the server. 

Previously, my 0.9.0 setup worked whether installed on the server or uploaded wholly to a subdomain designed to hold eyeos2.5, so I cleared out a subdomain directory and uploaded my 0.9.5 files. The login screen would not load. Then I cleared the subdomain and started from scratch uploading/installing the 0.9.0 package. During installation I got one red fatal error and 4 warnings. The red error was due to site5 host not having a safemode, and there was a message about not having sqlite so the mail program would not work. However, it ignored the error, installed and ran. I went online and opened navigator. the eyeos page loaded like it was supposed to.  I tried facebook, and after changing to EyeNavRoot, it loaded. So I shut down and upacked/installed 0.9.5. I got the same sqlite message, red error and 4 yellow warnings as before, but this time, the installation stopped and 0.9.5 would not install. Unless I can get site5 to turn on safemode and sqlite for me or the restrictions in 0.9.5 are loosened to the way they were, I don't think it will run on my host. I won't be able to upgrade. 


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#2 2015-05-14 16:25:04

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Re: a problem with 0.9.5-preview going live

I just got off the chat line with site5 customer service.  I explained the installation problems and sent them a screen shot of the error messages.  A senior tech will be responding to see if we can get past this on their side.

Looking at the error screen again, I see the error is not that they have safe mode turned off, it's because safe mode is turned on.  If I am reading it correctly now.

Last edited by Wolfy (2015-05-14 16:27:59)


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#3 2015-05-14 17:05:45

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Re: a problem with 0.9.5-preview going live

Got dang it.  I just hate talking to tech support.  They always have to pass me along to level II specialist and they never tell they specialist what the problem actually is.  Oh well, talking to level II now.


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#4 2015-05-14 17:07:55

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Re: a problem with 0.9.5-preview going live

I just noticed, the install script still says eyeOS at the top, even in 0.9.5p.


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#5 2015-05-14 18:47:17

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Re: a problem with 0.9.5-preview going live

I got a surprisingly helpful answer from level II support this time

"I have found what the problem was with your installation and why it is hanging up, and it is indeed really odd. First of all please notice that within php.ini variables are set as On and Off, which is the way we have those configured, however, oneye is looking for the values to be set as 0 (disabled) and 1 (enabled).

That's why even when safe_mode is disabled by default in the server, the script was failing to recognize it.
I'd recommend to try installing it again, making sure the values matches the ones that the script provides.

Please notice I left a php ini in your installation folder named php.ini-server, which is the default php.ini for you to customize."


So does this mean I customize oneye's script and replace 0's and 1's with ons and offs?  That's what I got out of it.  It's worth a try.

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#6 2015-05-14 19:09:14

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Re: a problem with 0.9.5-preview going live

Editing oneye's script to say on and off didn't seem to make any difference.  Maybe the level II guy didn't know what he was talking about.

OK maybe he's talking about replacing oneye's script with a modded version of the standard one.

Nothing is working.  I thought it made sense but I got nothing.

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#7 2015-05-14 22:06:12

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Re: a problem with 0.9.5-preview going live

I was wrong.  When I said I got nothing. Using the php.ini supllied from them, 0.9.0 had already installed, but it ended with a weird screen asking me for my root password but it had never let me assign one.  Then I get another email from tech support telling me to go into the subdomain again with continue=1.  When I did, the installation asked for my root password and ended successfully.  So feeling emboldened, I used their supplied php.ini script to install the 0.9.5 upgrade and it was a success.  Same as before my root password got reset to "root", but otherwise things look swell.  I will next install the updated unoconv routine and the eyeDesigner package.  Once that is working.  I'm going to install eyeRunescape (again).  This one is difficult as it seems to require Java SE, not just JDK or JRE, but the grand-daddy with all the bells and whistles. If that all goes well, I will probably start beta testing old eyeos apps in my spare time and help Lars rebuild the conservatorium. 

PS- I'm installing a java heavy game, just as Chrome and Opera announce they are dropping Java support.  So way to go Firefox for fighting past the competition and finally becoming my new #1 favorite browser.


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