#4 Images on admin

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nobody
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2001-04-07
2001-04-07
Anonymous
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Could someone please tell me why the pictures are not
showing up on the admin page. Here is the url:
http://projectr.hostignition.com/allcommerce/cgi-
bin/om/admin/login.cgi

Discussion

  • Lee Herron

    Lee Herron - 2001-04-07

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    http://projectr.hostignition.com/images/eng/os_allcommerce/a
    dmin/icons/login-cutups.gif

    This is where it's looking to find that image, is it there,
    are the permissions set so that it can use them?

     
  • Lee Herron

    Lee Herron - 2001-04-07

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    You have used a non-standard directory structure I presume.
    The relpath fix is only partially implemented, so it will
    need some attention in order to work properly. Is your
    install on a dedicated box, or a virtual host?

     
  • Nobody/Anonymous

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    It is a virtual host and I installed it in the:
    /usr/local/plesk/apache/vhosts/projectride.com/httpdocs/allc
    omerce
    I renamed the folder allcommerce after I ran tar on the zip
    file. Then ran setup.

    Also I was wondering if I have to install anything on the
    sercure folder, which is:
    /usr/local/plesk/apache/vhosts/projectride.com/httpsdocs

    because In the install docs at the end it says to go to
    https://projectr.hostignition.com/allcommerce/cgi-
    bin/om/admin/login.cgi

    but there is nothing there because there is nothing in that
    folder. So I go to:

    http://projectr.hostignition.com/allcommerce/cgi-
    bin/om/admin/login.cgi

    and thats where I am at!!!

     
  • Nobody/Anonymous

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    one other thing, when I try to login, i get No Cookies Error

     
  • Lee Herron

    Lee Herron - 2001-04-07

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    Installing on a virtual host is, at this time, a challenge.
    It can be done, but requires a bit of modifying within the
    code. There are many references to "/images/ within the
    code, and on a standard (dedicated box) installation, this
    isn't a problem; but on a virtual server, this places the
    images directory 1st off of doc-root, not where it actually
    is based on the archive. You have to do a search a replace
    for all scripts and support files for that string and
    replace it with the absolute path to your images directory.
    Tedious I know -- I've done it myself, but required at this
    stage. The relpath fix will take care of this, but will be
    a bit before it's fully implemented.

    As for the cookie error, not my area, search for cookie,
    login loop in the search field of the home page -- that's
    the newbies archives.

     
  • Nobody/Anonymous

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    If you could please let me know what the sting looks like
    and what the absolute path would be so that I can make this
    tedious job much easier on me. :)
    Also what do you think about the secure server thing I was
    talking about.

     
  • Nobody/Anonymous

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    If you could please let me know what the sting looks like
    and what the absolute path would be so that I can make this
    tedious job much easier on me. :)
    Also what do you think about the secure server thing I was
    talking about.

     
  • Techwiz

    Techwiz - 2001-04-10

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    Here's the simple answer for those of us who have better
    things to do with our lives than sit around and re-invent
    the wheel. Just drop a copy of the corresponding image
    folders and files in your natural doc root. The script will
    find them and "poof" problems solved.. duh
    Ex. the script want to make /home/httpd/os_allcommerce the
    doc root but you want it to be /home/myname/myshow. And you
    already have a folder called "images" Well just copy the
    allcommerce image files into the existing "images"
    directory and you are done!!!

     
  • None OfYourbusiness

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    Goto your bits/eng directory and edit all the .txt files in
    admin and html to reflect your true path to your images.
    It's a real pain in the ass but it might be faster if you
    create a script to do it for you.

     
  • Nobody/Anonymous

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    how would i make a script

     
  • Chris Yeo

    Chris Yeo - 2001-05-07

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    The current incarnation of allcommerce doesn't
    support 'relative' paths yet (not every well anyways). So
    if you move everything back to the root (ie get rid of
    the /allcommerce/).

     

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