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Installed 2.0.1 and get the message "It seems to be script is not installed." when calling index.php.
The admin panel starts well but gives the same message when calling any module like the Karma or the CAPTCHA module. The Error Log is empty. The install instructions were followed exactly, all checks gave OK responses before, during and after install.
It's not mentioned in the message what script is not installed. What could that be??

I even uninstalled all modules and widgets, troubleshooter says all ok - problem remains.

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    That's not a Pligg error message I've ever seen.

    | Posted 106 days ago | Permalink | Hide Replies

    well, this message is everywhere in the apache2 log:

    [Tue Jun 17 00:18:22 2014] [error] [client xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx] File does not exist: /var/www/pligg/templates/admin/css/jquery.pnotify.css, referer: http://xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.onion/pligg/admin/admin_widgets.php

    | Posted 106 days ago | Permalink | Hide Replies

    found a jquery.pnotify.css and copied it to it's place^^, still no change in the error message.

    when I start index.php no more error shows up in the apache error log, so now where to continue searching?

    | Posted 106 days ago | Permalink | Hide Replies

    The error message in the title is a link that directs me to /pligg/install/index.php again - so there has to be some logic behind it, but it's not telling me why or what's mising or what can't be started... :(

    In the admin section everything that is related to Modules and their settings gets this error message. So I uninstalled all the modules but the problem remains.

    | Posted 106 days ago | Permalink | Hide Replies

    I restored the install dir, Troubleshooter tells me: "Your server met all of the requirements needed to run Pligg CMS. See the information below for a detailed report." (all ok)

    Meanwhile I installed for the third time and checked if the includes for index.php and module.php exist, they are all there and I am quite confused.

    I am running a hardened wheezy server over a tor gateway, so strict tcp only. Does Pligg require something that is somehow exotic and so might be blocked by this config?

    | Posted 106 days ago | Permalink | Hide Replies

    Why don't you turn off everything like Karma and other extra features, modules, etc. until you get to a working setup then add them back one by one.

    Also, in index.php you can see the scripts that are 'required' toward the top of the file. I can't remember what all is there but...... One of those may not be present and make sure you didn't clobber dbconnect during setup.

    You can run the troubleshooter again if you didn't delete the install directory yet. Might tell you something.

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