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Psycho
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 12, 2006 7:13 am Reply with quote

Hi i just tried to install phpnuke 7.6 on my site and i followed the readme point by point. everything went well until it said "preview your site to check if its working" and i got "You can't access this file directly..."

What do i do about that? the readme doesn't cover that error.

it only got :

If you receive this message:
"Database connection failed due to Access denied for user: 'root@localhost' (Using password: NO)", that probably means that the password is not set or not set correctly in config.php

If you receive this message:
"There seems to be a problem with the $dbtype server Configuration Table - It's missing.<br><br>Please report this to the Administrator ASAP.<br /><br />We should be back shortly.", that means that there is no nuke_config table in the database, which means that your load of ravennuke.sql.tar.gz did not work correctly or your MySQL settings are incorrect your config.php file.

If you receive this message:
"You are using an Invalid IP to access this site!", that usually means you are testing this on a localhost PC (IP 127.0.0.1). Technically, in a production environment, that IP can't exist. So, NukeSentinel(tm) flags it as an error. To fix it, see below. But you must remember to change it back when you load this to your production site.

In includes/nukesentinel.php on or about line 140,
FIND
Code:
// Invalid ip check
if($nsnst_const['remote_ip']=="none") { die(_AB_INVALIDIP); }

CHANGE TO
Code:
// Invalid ip check
//if($nsnst_const['remote_ip']=="none") { die(_AB_INVALIDIP); }


any ideas?
 
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 12, 2006 7:24 am Reply with quote

well it basically means your looking directly to an address that isnt allowed....
like....modules/Your_Account/index.php
so thats whats happening now....
any link?
 
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Psycho
PostPosted: Mon Jun 12, 2006 7:29 am Reply with quote

my website is "http://psy.aihosting.co.uk/PHP-Nuke" and i get that message. How do i stop that appearing and my website appearing with:

Assuming you made it this far, you should be presented with the Welcome screen for a successful install of the package. You must now setup the admin account and perform a few perfunctory admin tasks and then you are ready to go!
 
hitwalker
PostPosted: Mon Jun 12, 2006 7:31 am Reply with quote

what is installing it?
You or some script?
 
Psycho
PostPosted: Mon Jun 12, 2006 7:33 am Reply with quote

some script i think.

this is what im reading: and doing..

******************* WINDOWS USERS PLEASE NOTE *******************


7) From your browser, type in Only registered users can see links on this board! Get registered or login! (add the /html if you loaded it into a sub-folder) and press GO or the ENTER key. You should receive an error message to the effect of:
"There seems to be a problem with the $dbtype server - Sorry for the inconvenience.<br><br>Please report this to the Administrator ASAP.<br><br>We should be back shortly.". That IS what you should see at this point. If you do not, then something has gone wrong. Retrace your steps and try again until your receive that message.

Cool From your browser, type in Only registered users can see links on this board! Get registered or login! and select GO or press the ENTER key. You should see a screen with a large title line that says:
BigDump: Staggered MySQL Dump Importer ver. 0.21b . SEE THE CREDITS AT THE TOP OF THIS PAGE FOR MORE INFORMATION ON BIGDUMP. If your config.php file is set up correctly, then you will see further information with the 2 SQL files that you will need to Install. Select "ravennuke.sql.tar.gz" first. This will load and populate all of the nuke tables and the NukeSentinel(tm) tables. After successful completion, you will see a success screen with a link to your site. Click that link and see how things work.

If you receive this message:
"Database connection failed due to Access denied for user: 'root@localhost' (Using password: NO)", that probably means that the password is not set or not set correctly in config.php

If you receive this message:
"There seems to be a problem with the $dbtype server Configuration Table - It's missing.<br><br>Please report this to the Administrator ASAP.<br /><br />We should be back shortly.", that means that there is no nuke_config table in the database, which means that your load of ravennuke.sql.tar.gz did not work correctly or your MySQL settings are incorrect your config.php file.

If you receive this message:
"You are using an Invalid IP to access this site!", that usually means you are testing this on a localhost PC (IP 127.0.0.1). Technically, in a production environment, that IP can't exist. So, NukeSentinel(tm) flags it as an error. To fix it, see below. But you must remember to change it back when you load this to your production site.

In includes/nukesentinel.php on or about line 140,
FIND
// Invalid ip check
if($nsnst_const['remote_ip']=="none") { die(_AB_INVALIDIP); }

CHANGE TO
// Invalid ip check
//if($nsnst_const['remote_ip']=="none") { die(_AB_INVALIDIP); }


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Assuming you made it this far, you should be presented with the Welcome screen for a successful install of the package. You must now setup the admin account and perform a few perfunctory admin tasks and then you are ready to go!
 
Psycho
PostPosted: Mon Jun 12, 2006 7:34 am Reply with quote

before that i edited the config.php file for my db and uploaded all files to my root folder and changed the permissions on the .htaccess, .staccess, and ultramode.txt files to 777.
 
hitwalker
PostPosted: Mon Jun 12, 2006 7:38 am Reply with quote

well you shouldnt touched the files you turned into 777 ,set that back....
or delete themm and upload again..

next...

on what kind of hosting are you?
 
Psycho
PostPosted: Mon Jun 12, 2006 7:39 am Reply with quote

i use Only registered users can see links on this board! Get registered or login! for my webspace. the readme told me to chmod those files to 777. ill put em back if you say so though.
 
Psycho
PostPosted: Mon Jun 12, 2006 7:40 am Reply with quote

6) Using your FTP client, change the permissions on the .htaccess, .staccess, and ultramode.txt files to 777.

is what it said
 
hitwalker
PostPosted: Mon Jun 12, 2006 7:41 am Reply with quote

well i cant imagine why....
but you dont have your own domain?
 
Psycho
PostPosted: Mon Jun 12, 2006 7:43 am Reply with quote

at the moment i use Only registered users can see links on this board! Get registered or login!

Its a gamin clan website and the name hasn't been chosen yet so the domain hasn't been purchased
 
Psycho
PostPosted: Mon Jun 12, 2006 7:46 am Reply with quote

umm i gotta go, ill be back on later.
 
hitwalker
PostPosted: Mon Jun 12, 2006 7:48 am Reply with quote

ah i see...but its a bit hard telling whats wrong....
it can be a lot of things...
or some path is wrong,or address....whatever...
to help i must be able to login...,as admin and with Only registered users can see links on this board! Get registered or login!
you can send that by pm,but choice is up to you...Smile
 
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 12, 2006 8:09 am Reply with quote

Just one other question, if I may interject. You said in your initial post that you are installing PHPnuke 7.6. Is this the package downloaded from the phpnuke.org site or the Ravennuke 2.02 package that is recommended on this site? If it's the former I would strongly recommend that you just start over and get the Ravennuke package off of downloads here and install that.

There is a good set of instructions with the Ravennuke package as well as an automated step by step installer. You still need to FTP the files and follow the instructions carefully.

You should not need to be editing the PHP files with a new installation.
 
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Psycho
PostPosted: Mon Jun 12, 2006 1:23 pm Reply with quote

i can't even login so i don't see how i can allow anyone else 2?
 
Psycho
PostPosted: Mon Jun 12, 2006 1:24 pm Reply with quote

its with the ravennuke off this site. and i followed, they are very detailed and im impressed although it said it should work after ive done all it said or it said i would get one of a few errors, but i got a completely different one. ie the one said above.
 
Psycho
PostPosted: Tue Jun 13, 2006 10:44 am Reply with quote

someone please help? i need this website up and running!Sad
 
fkelly
PostPosted: Tue Jun 13, 2006 12:11 pm Reply with quote

We would like to help but I'm afraid you will need to provide more information first. I can't tell what it is that you are trying to install. The full install of Ravennuke 2.02.02 has the following text on the download page:

Quote:

RavenNuke76 v2.02.02 FULL - A distro with all patches and NukeSentinel and More Popular [Recommend Download] Recommend

This is the next in the series of releases for RavenNuke76(tm) We have packed this full of improvements. The installation and configuration couldn't get much easier. For those that want to jump right to the chase, be sure to read the QUICKSTART guide. There are no helps in the guide, just 10 EASY steps and you're there! Otherwise, after you unpack the distro, goto the html/HowToInstall/index.php and be stepped through the installation process in detail. The following Change Log highlights this release. Enjoy!


Is this what you downloaded? I can't match up some of the text that you've quoted with the installation instructions from this download. I also can't tell where the "ravennuke.sql.tar.gz" file that you mentioned came from. When I look at the download page I just see a zip file. Maybe there is some other way of downloading this that I'm not aware of but I just don't see a tar.gz.

If you can provide us with more of a step by step description of what you've done I'm sure someone here will be able to help.
 
Psycho
PostPosted: Tue Jun 13, 2006 9:02 pm Reply with quote

right i think the text you have quoted is from what i used. I used this file: Only registered users can see links on this board! Get registered or login!

I unzipped the files and read the readme:

Quote:
The INSTALLATION folder contains all the code to populate you nuke database with all of the core nuke tables as well as all of the NukeSentinel(tm) tables. In an attempt to keep MySQL from timing out with a large number of inserts, as what is contained in the nukesentinel_ip2country file, I have included a slightly modified version of the very excellent BigDump script. Here are the author's credits:
//
// Author: Alexey Ozerov (alexey at ozerov dot de)
// Copyright: GPL (C) 2003-2005
// More Infos: Only registered users can see links on this board! Get registered or login!
//

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This is a self contained package and there is no code, at all, to update. To install this pre-packaged version of phpNuke v7.6, PatchLevel v3.1, PHPBB v2.0.18, NukeSentinel v2.4.2, follow these instructions.

Please note that although these instructions are long, they are not at all complicated. I have just tried to go to great lengths to detail the setup with explanations all along the way.
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1) Using whatever your host requires you to use to create a MySQL database, create a database for your site.

2) Either create a new database username and password or using an existing database username and password, ADD that username to the DATABASE that you created in Step 1.

3) Unarchive the zipped distribution file that you downloaded.

4) Edit the html/config.php file. Modify these settings according to your setup in Steps 1 and 2:

// $dbhost : Usually no need to change this

// $dbuname : Database username from STEP 2. Some hosts require that you prefix the username with your control panel username. In other words, if your database username is "nukeusr" and your control panel username is raven, then the $dbuname would be "raven_nukeusr" and not just "nukeusr". This is host specific.

// $dbpass : Database password from STEP 2.

// $dbname : Database name from STEP 1. Some hosts require that you prefix the database name with your control panel username. In other words, if your database name is "nuke" and your control panel username is raven, then the $dbname would be "raven_nuke" and not just "nuke". This is host specific.

// $prefix : The prefix added to all the tables in your database from step 1. There really isn't any reason to change this unless you want to or need to, to avoid a naming clash. If you change this, then you MUST change all the "nuke_" values in the SQL files in the INSTALLATION folder or the will be created with the wrong prefix!

// $user_prefix : This should ALWAYS be the same as the $prefix setting unless you are serving up more than one nuke site from the same database. This allows you to use certain tables across several nuke sites.

// $dbtype : If you are using any version of MySQL, leave this setting alone. It IS case sensitive.

// $sitekey : This key is used in the creation of the graphics check for signons. CHANGE it from its default value for security sake. You only need to change a few of the characters, but you can change as many as you like.

// $gfx_chk : Set the graphic security code on every login screen, You need to have GD extension installed:
0: No check
1: Administrators login only
2: Users login only
3: New users registration only
4: Both, users login and new users registration only
5: Administrators and users login only
6: Administrators and new users registration only
7: Everywhere on all login options (Admins and Users)
NOTE: If you aren't sure set this value to 0

// $subscription_url : If you manage subscriptions on your site, you must write here the url of the subscription information/renewal page. This will sent by email if set.

// $admin_file : Administration panel filename. "admin" by default for "admin.php". If you rename the actual filename (admin.php), you MUST change this $admin_file value to the new filename (without the extension .php). For example, by default the $admin_file is set to "admin" and the actual filename is "admin.php". If you change the actual admin.php filename to raven.php, then you must also change $admin_file to "raven".

// $tipath : Path to where the topic images are stored. This shouldn't need to be changed.

// $display_errors : Debug control to see PHP generated errors. When set to false, even though the errors aren't displayed on the screen, they will be written to your error log.
false: Don't show errors
true: See all errors ( No notices )

5) FTP ALL of the unzipped files contained in the "html" folder to your root web folder, usually "www" or "public_html", but don't ftp the html folder itself unless you intend to install this in a sub-folder named "html". The difference in the two are as follows. Let's assume your root site folder is "public_html". If you ftp just the contents of the "html" folder, then you will be able to access your site by this url: Only registered users can see links on this board! Get registered or login! . However, if you ftp the entire "html" folder, then to access your site you will need to use Only registered users can see links on this board! Get registered or login! .

6) Using your FTP client, change the permissions on the .htaccess, .staccess, and ultramode.txt files to 777.

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You are now ready to load your tables into the database you created in Step 1.
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******************* WINDOWS USERS PLEASE NOTE *******************

The gzip Installation facility may not work properly on your local PC. If you receive this message:
"Processing file: ravennuke.sql.tar.gz

Starting at the line: 1

UNEXPECTED: Can't read the file pointer offset

Stopped on error"

Then you will need to reference this post Only registered users can see links on this board! Get registered or login!

******************* WINDOWS USERS PLEASE NOTE *******************


7) From your browser, type in Only registered users can see links on this board! Get registered or login! (add the /html if you loaded it into a sub-folder) and press GO or the ENTER key. You should receive an error message to the effect of:
"There seems to be a problem with the $dbtype server - Sorry for the inconvenience.<br><br>Please report this to the Administrator ASAP.<br><br>We should be back shortly.". That IS what you should see at this point. If you do not, then something has gone wrong. Retrace your steps and try again until your receive that message.

Cool From your browser, type in Only registered users can see links on this board! Get registered or login! and select GO or press the ENTER key. You should see a screen with a large title line that says:
BigDump: Staggered MySQL Dump Importer ver. 0.21b . SEE THE CREDITS AT THE TOP OF THIS PAGE FOR MORE INFORMATION ON BIGDUMP. If your config.php file is set up correctly, then you will see further information with the 2 SQL files that you will need to Install. Select "ravennuke.sql.tar.gz" first. This will load and populate all of the nuke tables and the NukeSentinel(tm) tables. After successful completion, you will see a success screen with a link to your site. Click that link and see how things work.

If you receive this message:
"Database connection failed due to Access denied for user: 'root@localhost' (Using password: NO)", that probably means that the password is not set or not set correctly in config.php

If you receive this message:
"There seems to be a problem with the $dbtype server Configuration Table - It's missing.<br><br>Please report this to the Administrator ASAP.<br /><br />We should be back shortly.", that means that there is no nuke_config table in the database, which means that your load of ravennuke.sql.tar.gz did not work correctly or your MySQL settings are incorrect your config.php file.

If you receive this message:
"You are using an Invalid IP to access this site!", that usually means you are testing this on a localhost PC (IP 127.0.0.1). Technically, in a production environment, that IP can't exist. So, NukeSentinel(tm) flags it as an error. To fix it, see below. But you must remember to change it back when you load this to your production site.

In includes/nukesentinel.php on or about line 140,
FIND
// Invalid ip check
if($nsnst_const['remote_ip']=="none") { die(_AB_INVALIDIP); }

CHANGE TO
// Invalid ip check
//if($nsnst_const['remote_ip']=="none") { die(_AB_INVALIDIP); }


===============================================================================================================
===============================================================================================================
Assuming you made it this far, you should be presented with the Welcome screen for a successful install of the package. You must now setup the admin account and perform a few perfunctory admin tasks and then you are ready to go!
===============================================================================================================
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10) In the Welcome message is a line that says
"For security reasons the best idea is to create the Super User right NOW by clicking <a href="admin.php">HERE</a>"
Click on the HERE link and you will see a short form to fill out. Remember the Admin ID and Password that you choose. Login in to the Admin Control Panel (ACP) when prompted to do so.

11) Select Preferences from the nuke ACP and review these settings for changes.

Site Name
Site URL (This should be fully qualified and point to your nuke root folder, as in Only registered users can see links on this board! Get registered or login! or Only registered users can see links on this board! Get registered or login!

Site Start Date
Site Slogan
Activate Ultramode (Set this to YES if you want to allow others to get RSS feeds from your site)
Backend Title (Settings for RSS feeds)
Mail New Stories to Admin (Email address and Subject)
Activate HTTP Referers? (Set this to NO because NukeSentinel(tm) has a much more thorough tracking mechanism)

Save your new configuration.

12) Select Forums from the ACP and then select Configuration and review this setting for changes.
Domain Name (This should be exactly the same as the "Site URL" in Preferences but without the Only registered users can see links on this board! Get registered or login! prefix, , as in Only registered users can see links on this board! Get registered or login! or Only registered users can see links on this board! Get registered or login!

Save your new configuration.

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You now need to complete the NukeSentinel(tm) configuration. As a default, NS is set to Track IP's and Email admin on Union, Admin, Author, CLike, Filter, and Script exploit attempts.

I recommend changing the Union, Admin, Author, CLike, Filter, and Script settings to Email,Block and Default. You can't yet use the write to .htaccess setting but you soon will.

Change the Admin Contacts to point to your email that you want to receive NS notifications.

If you click on Admin Auth List, your list should be empty. You need to add admins now from your nuke Admin table. Select Scan For New Admins. When completed, select Admin Auth List. You should now see at least 1 admin entry. It will be your *God* nuke admin entry. Click the rightmost little icon (Edit). Add/change the NS ID, Password, and make sure the ID IS PROTECTED. The NS ID and Password do NOT have to be the same as your regular phpnuke AdminID/Pass. For the ultra-paranoid, don't leave them the same.Smile.

Now, you should be able to set up the write to .htaccess setting!
First of all, click the "NukeSentinel(tm) Administration" link to get back to the main panel.
Find "htaccess Path:" and simply type .htaccess. Save the settings.
Next, Goto Blocker Configuration and do the following for each of the Union, Admin, Author, CLike, Filter, and Script Blockers:
Set the Write to .htaccess setting to YES.
Save the settings for each.

Now, you should be able to SAFELY activate the Admin Access Protection part of NukeSentinel(tm). Go back to the "NukeSentinel(tm) Administration" main panel. In the "Administrative Settings" section you should see a drop down box beside "Admin Auth:". Hopefully you will see "Off", "Admin HTTPAuth", and "Admin CGIAuth". It's okay if "Admin CGIAuth" is NOT there. Simply click "Admin HTTPAuth" and save the settings. If all is working for you, you will now be prompted with the standard Browser HTTP Authentication Pop Up. Type in your NS id/pass and it should then let you in. Assuming it does, Close all browser sessions that you might have open so we can REALLY test this.

Open up a new, single browser session and type Only registered users can see links on this board! Get registered or login! or Only registered users can see links on this board! Get registered or login! and select GO or press enter. You should see your nuke site with the Welcome message.

Next, type Only registered users can see links on this board! Get registered or login! or Only registered users can see links on this board! Get registered or login! and select GO or press enter. You should be prompted with the HTTP Authorization screen. Enter your NS id/pass and submit it. Assuming it works, you should now see the regular nuke Admin login screen. Enter your nuke admin id/pass and submit it. You should now see your nuke ACP.

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WHAT IF HTTPAUTH IS NOT AVAILABLE AND ONLY CGI AUTH IS?
Easy answer: Come host with Raven Web Hosting !!
Hard answer: Consult my forums at Only registered users can see links on this board! Get registered or login! for CGIAuth support Smile
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There are other settings in Preferences, Forums, and NukeSentinel(tm) that you will need to learn about and modify. But, this tutorial should have given you a very solid and secure nuke setup to start with.

If you run into problems/issues with this setup, be sure to consult the forums at Only registered users can see links on this board! Get registered or login! Please post regular nuke issues in the regular nuke forums. For specific support on issues concerning this special edition, please post in this forum


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in there you will see the parts that i have quoted.

where it says

Quote:
Cool From your browser, type in Only registered users can see links on this board! Get registered or login! and select GO or press the ENTER key. You should see a screen with a large title line that says:
BigDump: Staggered MySQL Dump Importer ver. 0.21b . SEE THE CREDITS AT THE TOP OF THIS PAGE FOR MORE INFORMATION ON BIGDUMP. If your config.php file is set up correctly, then you will see further information with the 2 SQL files that you will need to Install. Select "ravennuke.sql.tar.gz" first. This will load and populate all of the nuke tables and the NukeSentinel(tm) tables. After successful completion, you will see a success screen with a link to your site. Click that link and see how things work.

If you receive this message:
"Database connection failed due to Access denied for user: 'root@localhost' (Using password: NO)", that probably means that the password is not set or not set correctly in config.php

If you receive this message:
"There seems to be a problem with the $dbtype server Configuration Table - It's missing.<br><br>Please report this to the Administrator ASAP.<br /><br />We should be back shortly.", that means that there is no nuke_config table in the database, which means that your load of ravennuke.sql.tar.gz did not work correctly or your MySQL settings are incorrect your config.php file.

If you receive this message:
"You are using an Invalid IP to access this site!", that usually means you are testing this on a localhost PC (IP 127.0.0.1). Technically, in a production environment, that IP can't exist. So, NukeSentinel(tm) flags it as an error. To fix it, see below. But you must remember to change it back when you load this to your production site.

In includes/nukesentinel.php on or about line 140,
FIND
// Invalid ip check
if($nsnst_const['remote_ip']=="none") { die(_AB_INVALIDIP); }

CHANGE TO
// Invalid ip check
//if($nsnst_const['remote_ip']=="none") { die(_AB_INVALIDIP); }


the errors it says may pop up doesn't, instead i get a different one that is as the name of the post. "You can't access this file directly..." See for yourself >http://psy.aihosting.co.uk

Hope that helps. Any more info just ask Very Happy
 
fkelly
PostPosted: Wed Jun 14, 2006 6:17 am Reply with quote

It helps because it tells me that you don't have the distribution you want. If you are just starting you want to get the latest official distribution. If nothing else the people here will be better able to help ... but also many problems have been fixed and the installation routine improved.

Go to downloads, looking in the Pre-Packaged Distributions area (9) and find the one with the title "RavenNuke76 v2.02.02 FULL - A distro with all patches and NukeSentinel and More". Make sure it's the 2.02.02 one. Download that and try again after deleting everything you downloaded previously.

Sorry to ask you to go thru all this but it will have the best results. You shouldn't have to mess with a tar.gz file or have to be editing php files or messing with permissions other than what's in the instructions. Raven has put a lot of time into writing the instructions and please just take it one step at a time and check as you go.
 
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 14, 2006 6:21 am Reply with quote

fkelly is right, the quotes you gave are from a much earlier version of Raven Nuke.
 
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Psycho
PostPosted: Wed Jun 14, 2006 6:29 am Reply with quote

Thankyou Fkelly and Guardian2003. ill get on that straight away! No worries, i enjoy doing stuff like that so i'll do it and have fun. i'll post back how its going. please check back. thanks again.
 
Psycho
PostPosted: Wed Jun 14, 2006 7:50 pm Reply with quote

ok, ive put it up, the site is sorta working, except i clicked on one of the admin options (blocks, modules etc) and i got this black page with white text saying ive bin blocked by sentinel, my ip that is. and now i can't access my site lol
 
Psycho
PostPosted: Wed Jun 14, 2006 7:53 pm Reply with quote

i dont get how it can say im abusing the site when im logged in as GOD admin?
 
Guardian2003
PostPosted: Thu Jun 15, 2006 1:42 am Reply with quote

Did you scan for new admins and add your IP to the protected range like it said during the installation?
 
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