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  • gobbelee joined the group Elgg Technical Support
  • Cash replied on the discussion topic Migrating elgg to a new server in the group Elgg Technical Support
    Can anyone provide pointers for migrating elgg to a new install on another server? I tried using the information found at (http://docs.elgg.org/wiki/How_do_I_move_my_site%3F#Search_and_replace_on_database_dump_file) only it doesn't work. I have...
  • kibbis replied on the discussion topic Migrating elgg to a new server in the group Elgg Technical Support
    Can anyone provide pointers for migrating elgg to a new install on another server? I tried using the information found at (http://docs.elgg.org/wiki/How_do_I_move_my_site%3F#Search_and_replace_on_database_dump_file) only it doesn't work. I have...
  • DhrupDeScoop replied on the discussion topic simplecache not loading javascript files in the group Elgg Technical Support
    Hi, I've installed a new copy of elgg 1.5rc1 on GoDaddy: copied tar.gz file created a new db made it all working with default settings For some reason all javascript functionality is not working. On my local xamp installation everything...
    • @M.C.  that's quit a list.  Am I correct that all are Enabled?  If so here is what works for me.  First elgg will place the news plugins at the bottom by default, start by disabling each one at a time, dumping the simplecache and starting simple cache back up each time.

      Now I can tell you you may have some plugins located wrong, example is to keep like minded plugin together like blog and place blogextended just below it.  walltowall just under messageboard, I group all my profile related plugin together.  Keep custom_index either very top or very bottom.

      I understand a lot of plugin developers say to place the plugin at the bottom, but not every plugin can have this position.

      Make sure garbagecollector and logrotate are set to weekly and force a cron clean up.  www.xxxxxx.com/pg/cron/weekly.

      Now my advice is do as I say not as I do because you have so many plugin I would conside which ones you realy need, your site will be much faster.

      Hope this helps

    • Hi Goofbucket

      Thank you for helping me. I tried the cron and minue i turn off the simple cache, all css goes off.

      I disabled all plugins and its still the same.

      image

      Strange its happening with all plugins disabled.

      The minute i click enable simple cache, site loads normally

      Im debugging and making changes so i need to disable caching

      What could be the issue

    • so your java is back, and yes this is an issue with simplecache, and I am sorry but probably over my head. Do a search on simple cache and you should find the right thread with the right people.  sorry I could not help more.

  • Guy Nirpaz replied on the discussion topic simplecache not loading javascript files in the group Elgg Technical Support
    Hi, I've installed a new copy of elgg 1.5rc1 on GoDaddy: copied tar.gz file created a new db made it all working with default settings For some reason all javascript functionality is not working. On my local xamp installation everything...
    • @M.C.  that's quit a list.  Am I correct that all are Enabled?  If so here is what works for me.  First elgg will place the news plugins at the bottom by default, start by disabling each one at a time, dumping the simplecache and starting simple cache back up each time.

      Now I can tell you you may have some plugins located wrong, example is to keep like minded plugin together like blog and place blogextended just below it.  walltowall just under messageboard, I group all my profile related plugin together.  Keep custom_index either very top or very bottom.

      I understand a lot of plugin developers say to place the plugin at the bottom, but not every plugin can have this position.

      Make sure garbagecollector and logrotate are set to weekly and force a cron clean up.  www.xxxxxx.com/pg/cron/weekly.

      Now my advice is do as I say not as I do because you have so many plugin I would conside which ones you realy need, your site will be much faster.

      Hope this helps

    • Hi Goofbucket

      Thank you for helping me. I tried the cron and minue i turn off the simple cache, all css goes off.

      I disabled all plugins and its still the same.

      image

      Strange its happening with all plugins disabled.

      The minute i click enable simple cache, site loads normally

      Im debugging and making changes so i need to disable caching

      What could be the issue

    • so your java is back, and yes this is an issue with simplecache, and I am sorry but probably over my head. Do a search on simple cache and you should find the right thread with the right people.  sorry I could not help more.

  • munkee replied on the discussion topic Upgrade Error in the group Elgg Technical Support
    Hi, I upgraded from 1.2 to 1.5 RC2 and the upgrade went smoothly, except that the view is kind of screwed up. The "Tools" are displayed below the left sidebar and not beside it where they should be - Can anyone help me out with this, I tried...
    • I've managed to fix it, the upgrade process hadn't created the new DB tables.

      So I use the command below to copy across the missing ones : elgggeocode_cache, elggprivate_settings, elggriver - I didnt bother copying over 'elggsystem_log_1236692081', as it was empty, now my upgraded DB has 22 tables, and the install works a treat..!

      CREATE TABLE {upgraded DB name}.elgggeocode_cache SELECT * FROM {fresh elgg v1.5rc2 DB}.elgggeocode_cache;

      Replace { and what is inside it with the name of your database.

    •  

       

       

      Okay these are missing fields to install, correct?

      Elgg database _________________

      Database hostname (usually 'localhost') _______________

      Database table prefix (usually 'elgg') _________________

      Here is the jive I get inside Elgg 1.2 when I installed it from GoDaddy (soft install) I hoped to

      use that info to fill in the missign fields whereby UPGRADING. And it seemed to work but it was buggy as hell and the version still said 1.2, so it seemed like a sort of crossgrade or something, hybrid 1.2-1.5 version.

      I want to therefor only hard install 1.5 can I use the old Godaddy info below to still connect the database?

      The full path to your site root on your disk, followed by a trailing slash:

      /home/content/t/a/h/tahoebilly09/html/

      The full path to the directory where uploaded files will be stored, followed by a trailing slash

      /home/content/t/a/h/tahoebilly09/html/data/

      Thank you anyone who might help with this, I really need to see that new river to stay pumped on th ethis project.

       

      William

    • Rats, none of my plugins work!! they all display the following

      image

      Any ideas ?

      This is even after delting all everything in the 'mod' and copying only the standard mods from a v1.5rc2 fresh install.

       

  • Ben Werdmuller replied on the discussion topic simplecache not loading javascript files in the group Elgg Technical Support
    Hi, I've installed a new copy of elgg 1.5rc1 on GoDaddy: copied tar.gz file created a new db made it all working with default settings For some reason all javascript functionality is not working. On my local xamp installation everything...
    • @M.C.  that's quit a list.  Am I correct that all are Enabled?  If so here is what works for me.  First elgg will place the news plugins at the bottom by default, start by disabling each one at a time, dumping the simplecache and starting simple cache back up each time.

      Now I can tell you you may have some plugins located wrong, example is to keep like minded plugin together like blog and place blogextended just below it.  walltowall just under messageboard, I group all my profile related plugin together.  Keep custom_index either very top or very bottom.

      I understand a lot of plugin developers say to place the plugin at the bottom, but not every plugin can have this position.

      Make sure garbagecollector and logrotate are set to weekly and force a cron clean up.  www.xxxxxx.com/pg/cron/weekly.

      Now my advice is do as I say not as I do because you have so many plugin I would conside which ones you realy need, your site will be much faster.

      Hope this helps

    • Hi Goofbucket

      Thank you for helping me. I tried the cron and minue i turn off the simple cache, all css goes off.

      I disabled all plugins and its still the same.

      image

      Strange its happening with all plugins disabled.

      The minute i click enable simple cache, site loads normally

      Im debugging and making changes so i need to disable caching

      What could be the issue

    • so your java is back, and yes this is an issue with simplecache, and I am sorry but probably over my head. Do a search on simple cache and you should find the right thread with the right people.  sorry I could not help more.

  • DhrupDeScoop replied on the discussion topic simplecache not loading javascript files in the group Elgg Technical Support
    Hi, I've installed a new copy of elgg 1.5rc1 on GoDaddy: copied tar.gz file created a new db made it all working with default settings For some reason all javascript functionality is not working. On my local xamp installation everything...
    • @M.C.  that's quit a list.  Am I correct that all are Enabled?  If so here is what works for me.  First elgg will place the news plugins at the bottom by default, start by disabling each one at a time, dumping the simplecache and starting simple cache back up each time.

      Now I can tell you you may have some plugins located wrong, example is to keep like minded plugin together like blog and place blogextended just below it.  walltowall just under messageboard, I group all my profile related plugin together.  Keep custom_index either very top or very bottom.

      I understand a lot of plugin developers say to place the plugin at the bottom, but not every plugin can have this position.

      Make sure garbagecollector and logrotate are set to weekly and force a cron clean up.  www.xxxxxx.com/pg/cron/weekly.

      Now my advice is do as I say not as I do because you have so many plugin I would conside which ones you realy need, your site will be much faster.

      Hope this helps

    • Hi Goofbucket

      Thank you for helping me. I tried the cron and minue i turn off the simple cache, all css goes off.

      I disabled all plugins and its still the same.

      image

      Strange its happening with all plugins disabled.

      The minute i click enable simple cache, site loads normally

      Im debugging and making changes so i need to disable caching

      What could be the issue

    • so your java is back, and yes this is an issue with simplecache, and I am sorry but probably over my head. Do a search on simple cache and you should find the right thread with the right people.  sorry I could not help more.

  • Guy Nirpaz replied on the discussion topic simplecache not loading javascript files in the group Elgg Technical Support
    Hi, I've installed a new copy of elgg 1.5rc1 on GoDaddy: copied tar.gz file created a new db made it all working with default settings For some reason all javascript functionality is not working. On my local xamp installation everything...
    • @M.C.  that's quit a list.  Am I correct that all are Enabled?  If so here is what works for me.  First elgg will place the news plugins at the bottom by default, start by disabling each one at a time, dumping the simplecache and starting simple cache back up each time.

      Now I can tell you you may have some plugins located wrong, example is to keep like minded plugin together like blog and place blogextended just below it.  walltowall just under messageboard, I group all my profile related plugin together.  Keep custom_index either very top or very bottom.

      I understand a lot of plugin developers say to place the plugin at the bottom, but not every plugin can have this position.

      Make sure garbagecollector and logrotate are set to weekly and force a cron clean up.  www.xxxxxx.com/pg/cron/weekly.

      Now my advice is do as I say not as I do because you have so many plugin I would conside which ones you realy need, your site will be much faster.

      Hope this helps

    • Hi Goofbucket

      Thank you for helping me. I tried the cron and minue i turn off the simple cache, all css goes off.

      I disabled all plugins and its still the same.

      image

      Strange its happening with all plugins disabled.

      The minute i click enable simple cache, site loads normally

      Im debugging and making changes so i need to disable caching

      What could be the issue

    • so your java is back, and yes this is an issue with simplecache, and I am sorry but probably over my head. Do a search on simple cache and you should find the right thread with the right people.  sorry I could not help more.

  • Ben Werdmuller replied on the discussion topic simplecache not loading javascript files in the group Elgg Technical Support
    Hi, I've installed a new copy of elgg 1.5rc1 on GoDaddy: copied tar.gz file created a new db made it all working with default settings For some reason all javascript functionality is not working. On my local xamp installation everything...
    • @M.C.  that's quit a list.  Am I correct that all are Enabled?  If so here is what works for me.  First elgg will place the news plugins at the bottom by default, start by disabling each one at a time, dumping the simplecache and starting simple cache back up each time.

      Now I can tell you you may have some plugins located wrong, example is to keep like minded plugin together like blog and place blogextended just below it.  walltowall just under messageboard, I group all my profile related plugin together.  Keep custom_index either very top or very bottom.

      I understand a lot of plugin developers say to place the plugin at the bottom, but not every plugin can have this position.

      Make sure garbagecollector and logrotate are set to weekly and force a cron clean up.  www.xxxxxx.com/pg/cron/weekly.

      Now my advice is do as I say not as I do because you have so many plugin I would conside which ones you realy need, your site will be much faster.

      Hope this helps

    • Hi Goofbucket

      Thank you for helping me. I tried the cron and minue i turn off the simple cache, all css goes off.

      I disabled all plugins and its still the same.

      image

      Strange its happening with all plugins disabled.

      The minute i click enable simple cache, site loads normally

      Im debugging and making changes so i need to disable caching

      What could be the issue

    • so your java is back, and yes this is an issue with simplecache, and I am sorry but probably over my head. Do a search on simple cache and you should find the right thread with the right people.  sorry I could not help more.

  • Guy Nirpaz replied on the discussion topic simplecache not loading javascript files in the group Elgg Technical Support
    Hi, I've installed a new copy of elgg 1.5rc1 on GoDaddy: copied tar.gz file created a new db made it all working with default settings For some reason all javascript functionality is not working. On my local xamp installation everything...
    • @M.C.  that's quit a list.  Am I correct that all are Enabled?  If so here is what works for me.  First elgg will place the news plugins at the bottom by default, start by disabling each one at a time, dumping the simplecache and starting simple cache back up each time.

      Now I can tell you you may have some plugins located wrong, example is to keep like minded plugin together like blog and place blogextended just below it.  walltowall just under messageboard, I group all my profile related plugin together.  Keep custom_index either very top or very bottom.

      I understand a lot of plugin developers say to place the plugin at the bottom, but not every plugin can have this position.

      Make sure garbagecollector and logrotate are set to weekly and force a cron clean up.  www.xxxxxx.com/pg/cron/weekly.

      Now my advice is do as I say not as I do because you have so many plugin I would conside which ones you realy need, your site will be much faster.

      Hope this helps

    • Hi Goofbucket

      Thank you for helping me. I tried the cron and minue i turn off the simple cache, all css goes off.

      I disabled all plugins and its still the same.

      image

      Strange its happening with all plugins disabled.

      The minute i click enable simple cache, site loads normally

      Im debugging and making changes so i need to disable caching

      What could be the issue

    • so your java is back, and yes this is an issue with simplecache, and I am sorry but probably over my head. Do a search on simple cache and you should find the right thread with the right people.  sorry I could not help more.

  • DhrupDeScoop replied on the discussion topic simplecache not loading javascript files in the group Elgg Technical Support
    Hi, I've installed a new copy of elgg 1.5rc1 on GoDaddy: copied tar.gz file created a new db made it all working with default settings For some reason all javascript functionality is not working. On my local xamp installation everything...
    • @M.C.  that's quit a list.  Am I correct that all are Enabled?  If so here is what works for me.  First elgg will place the news plugins at the bottom by default, start by disabling each one at a time, dumping the simplecache and starting simple cache back up each time.

      Now I can tell you you may have some plugins located wrong, example is to keep like minded plugin together like blog and place blogextended just below it.  walltowall just under messageboard, I group all my profile related plugin together.  Keep custom_index either very top or very bottom.

      I understand a lot of plugin developers say to place the plugin at the bottom, but not every plugin can have this position.

      Make sure garbagecollector and logrotate are set to weekly and force a cron clean up.  www.xxxxxx.com/pg/cron/weekly.

      Now my advice is do as I say not as I do because you have so many plugin I would conside which ones you realy need, your site will be much faster.

      Hope this helps

    • Hi Goofbucket

      Thank you for helping me. I tried the cron and minue i turn off the simple cache, all css goes off.

      I disabled all plugins and its still the same.

      image

      Strange its happening with all plugins disabled.

      The minute i click enable simple cache, site loads normally

      Im debugging and making changes so i need to disable caching

      What could be the issue

    • so your java is back, and yes this is an issue with simplecache, and I am sorry but probably over my head. Do a search on simple cache and you should find the right thread with the right people.  sorry I could not help more.

  • Guy Nirpaz replied on the discussion topic simplecache not loading javascript files in the group Elgg Technical Support
    Hi, I've installed a new copy of elgg 1.5rc1 on GoDaddy: copied tar.gz file created a new db made it all working with default settings For some reason all javascript functionality is not working. On my local xamp installation everything...
    • @M.C.  that's quit a list.  Am I correct that all are Enabled?  If so here is what works for me.  First elgg will place the news plugins at the bottom by default, start by disabling each one at a time, dumping the simplecache and starting simple cache back up each time.

      Now I can tell you you may have some plugins located wrong, example is to keep like minded plugin together like blog and place blogextended just below it.  walltowall just under messageboard, I group all my profile related plugin together.  Keep custom_index either very top or very bottom.

      I understand a lot of plugin developers say to place the plugin at the bottom, but not every plugin can have this position.

      Make sure garbagecollector and logrotate are set to weekly and force a cron clean up.  www.xxxxxx.com/pg/cron/weekly.

      Now my advice is do as I say not as I do because you have so many plugin I would conside which ones you realy need, your site will be much faster.

      Hope this helps

    • Hi Goofbucket

      Thank you for helping me. I tried the cron and minue i turn off the simple cache, all css goes off.

      I disabled all plugins and its still the same.

      image

      Strange its happening with all plugins disabled.

      The minute i click enable simple cache, site loads normally

      Im debugging and making changes so i need to disable caching

      What could be the issue

    • so your java is back, and yes this is an issue with simplecache, and I am sorry but probably over my head. Do a search on simple cache and you should find the right thread with the right people.  sorry I could not help more.

  • Kevin Jardine replied on the discussion topic New event calendar plugin ready for testing in the group Elgg Technical Support
    Hi all, I've just added an Elgg 1.5 version of my event calendar plugin to my plugins area: http://community.elgg.org/pg/plugins/kevin Please download it and tell me what you think. This version is: much prettier, has several bug fixes,...
    • No idea - I didn't code the riverdashboard and don't know how it works.

    • Played around a bit and now have the box from the groupprofile showing up in my riverdashboard sidebar! Have to adjust the css a bit.

      I did some more boxes like online users etc., I think I post a page with some code when I think I am finished ;)

    • hey, it would be nice to have a checkbox to ask if it's an "every sunday", for example, event.

      I mean, if i have an event that happens every one day of the week, i would set it just one time.

  • max11 joined the group Elgg Technical Support