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drdan01
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PostPosted: Sat May 28, 2005 12:58 pm Reply with quote

I'm trying to do a new install of 2.1.3 on Nuke 7.6.

Just uploaded the modified javascript.php, header.php and mainfile.php and got the following error when trying to access Sentinel admin:

Quote:

It appears that NukeSentinel(tm) has not been configured correctly. The
most common cause is that you either have an error in the syntax that is
including includes/sentinel.php from your mainfile.php, or you have not
added the NukeSentinel(tm) code to your mainfile.php. This code must be
placed immediately after the opening <? tag in mainfile.php. So your
first 7 lines in mainfile.php must look like this:

<?php
if ($forum_admin == 1) {
  include("../../../includes/sentinel.php");
} elseif ($inside_mod == 1) {
  include("../../includes/sentinel.php");
} else {
  include("includes/sentinel.php");
}




Now, the problem is that the ABOVE error and instructions do NOT match
the instructions inside of the Sentinel installation which say to do the
following:

Quote:

MAINFILE.PHP File Edits:
========================
1) Add the following to your mainfile.php file just after the opening <?

if ($forum_admin == 1) {
include_once("../../../includes/sentinel.php");
} elseif ($inside_mod == 1) {
include_once("../../includes/sentinel.php");
} else {
include_once("includes/sentinel.php");
}


So which is correct? And if the install instructions are incorrect and the error message displayed is correct, is that likely to be the cause of my problem?

Thanks!

Dan
 
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PostPosted: Sat May 28, 2005 1:04 pm Reply with quote

If you are referring to the include or include_once, that really doesn't matter, but you're better off using include_once. Other than that the code and instructions seem identical to me.
 
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PostPosted: Sat May 28, 2005 1:24 pm Reply with quote

Okay, thanks for clarifying that part.

Any guesses then what my problem might be or where to try to begin troubleshooting?


Thanks!

Dan
 
drdan01
PostPosted: Sun May 29, 2005 9:15 am Reply with quote

Nudge....

The error message said "The most common cause is that you either have an error in the syntax that is including includes/sentinel.php from your mainfile.php, or you have not
added the NukeSentinel(tm) code to your mainfile.php."


So, since I do have the code added to mainfile.php that shouldn't be the problem, right? If so, then can anyone tell me what an "error in the syntax that is including includes/sentinel.php from your mainfile.php" might mean and where to look to find the problem?
 
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PostPosted: Sun May 29, 2005 9:59 am Reply with quote

I would comment that you need to make sure that you have run the nsnst.php installation file to install the tables.

THEN, you need to address Chatserv's Comments at:
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drdan01
PostPosted: Sun May 29, 2005 10:27 am Reply with quote

64bitguy wrote:
I would comment that you need to make sure that you have run the nsnst.php installation file to install the tables.


Yup, I uploaded all the files, and then have run nsnst.php successfully, and then made the modifications to the javascript.php, header.php and mainfile.php. After that is when I got the above errors.

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chatserv said in the other post:
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If you have applied the recent $forum_admin fix remember two additional changes are required if using NukeSentinel:


I have read the other post as you suggested, but not clear as to whether I would have applied the recent $forum_admin fix. Is that fix a part of a patch or an update that I would have installed when I did Patch 3.0b or any of the bbtoNuke updates?

Thanks!
 
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