Realtime on-line Status Block Released!

Posted on Tuesday, October 15, 2002 @ 20:12:10 CEST in Blocks
by gcf

I have received many requests for the Real-time Online Status block that I use here. So, here it is. An INSTALL file is included. It's in the Download section which is for registered users only. This is for PHPNuke only, but should be easily modified for PN. I have tested this under v5.5, v5.6, and v6.0 and it works perfectly with no changes. I had to make a small modification to get it to work under v5.2. Enjoy!
 
 
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Re: Realtime on-line Status Block (Score: 0)
by Anonymous on Monday, October 14, 2002 @ 20:13:25 CEST

thanks for the great work! THANKS ALOT THIS IS REALLY A VERY VERY SEXY-Block!

keep the up the great work!

cold_rolled_steel

 
 

Re: Realtime on-line Status Block Released! (Score: 1)
by ed on Thursday, October 17, 2002 @ 09:47:17 CEST

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Hmmm it doen not work for me... (nuke 6.0) All I get is: Fatal error: Failed opening required 'config.php' (include_path='') in /www/html/mainfile.php on line 47 Who's got the solution

 
 

Re: Realtime on-line Status Block Released! (Score: 1)
by Robise on Thursday, October 17, 2002 @ 18:07:57 CEST
  
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I get this error too:

Fatal error: Failed opening required 'config.php' (include_path='') in /home/my_site/public_html/community/mainfile.php on line 47

I have PHPnuke 6 under
community
directory

HELP!!!!!
R

Re: Realtime on-line Status Block Released! (Score: 1)
by gcf
on Thursday, October 17, 2002 @ 20:04:33 CEST
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I have sent you 2 messages (private and e-mail) requesting you to tell me what operating system you are running under and you have not responded. It is possible that your PHP.INI file needs to define the includes directory of . or ./ in its path.

Re: Realtime on-line Status Block Released! (Score: 1)
by ed
on Friday, October 18, 2002 @ 02:28:24 CEST
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Hi,
The used operating system I use is mandrake 8.2 and the PHP.INI contains correct information. Strange that this same option in our Site Info Block works fine.
(Nice modification btw!)
Ed

Re: Realtime on-line Status Block Released! (Score: 1)
by gcf
on Sunday, October 20, 2002 @ 21:17:45 CEST
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Ed, I really don't know what to tell you. You might have to modify it to give an absolute path to your config file.

Re: Realtime on-line Status Block Released! (Score: 1)
by ed
on Tuesday, October 22, 2002 @ 05:00:23 CEST
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I have checked it... indeed.. a mistake... only problem is when modifying php.ini other apps do not work correct anymore so you will have to change their source... Richt nowe i use de site info block witch will do fine (includes IP's also) pitty that it does not refresh afther a given time perhaps good suggestion for building out siteinfo?

Any way.. thanx... still a nice module!
Greetzzzz Ed

Re: Realtime on-line Status Block Released! (Score: 1)
by gcf
on Tuesday, October 22, 2002 @ 05:50:01 CEST
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Well, could you leave the php.ini setting what it is and just append the modification? In other words, if it shows

include_path = ".:/php/includes

modify it to

include_path = ".:/php/includes:/yourpath

or is that what you tried?

That way, the other apps should find their way ok and then this app should find its way. Just a thought.

Re: Realtime on-line Status Block Released! (Score: 1)
by gcf
on Tuesday, October 22, 2002 @ 08:28:59 CEST
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Just had a thought. My directory structure is /server-root/nuke/html/modules/realtime-stats, so my config is back 2 levels, thus, I use ../../ . However, if you have a directory structure like /server-root/modules/realtime-stats, then ../../ may be producing the error. In the latter case, config is only back 1 level, so try ../ . Bottom line, adjust that piece of code to conform to how many levels back config.php is from the realtime-stats directory. Did that solve the problem or not?

 
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