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Question: User Authentication from External IP
Answer: provided by mnault 130 days ago
- 0 + Hi, thanks for your quick response.

Here's where all the action occurs:

http://redirect.imperialauriga.com:8031/ />
user: admin

password: admin
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Question: User Authentication from External IP
Answer: provided by mnault 130 days ago
- 0 + url issue in the copy-paste. try:

redirect.imperialauriga.com:8031
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Question: User Authentication from External IP
Answer: provided by mnault 130 days ago
- 1 + Hi again.. Is it possible the port number affects it?

I made a brand new install, on a brand new server:

redirect.imperialauriga.com:8011/PLIGG20 and this time... I can not log in locally while the port is 8001 internal and 8011 external.
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Question: User Authentication from External IP
Answer: provided by mnault 130 days ago
- 0 + Hey Jeff, thanks a lot. The hint came when you mentioned about a user with the same issue on port 8080.. The port is the issue.

I'm stuck with an ISP blocking port 80, but I managed to recreate the environment and confirm the "bug" or "feature" :)

So port 80 = good (logs in ok)

any other port = bad

The symptoms are funny:

good user/bad passwd = warning + no auth

bad user/bad passwd = warning + no auth

good user/good passwd = no warning + no auth
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Question: /cache/ is not writable! Please CHMOD this directory to 777
Answer: provided by mnault 219 days ago
- 0 + If you're on linux, open a terminal, "cd" to your base web folder, and "chmod -R 0777 cache".

If you're on windows, use putty to secure shell in your server.
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Question: /cache/ is not writable! Please CHMOD this directory to 777
Answer: provided by mnault 219 days ago
- 0 + But then again, tell me about your setting.. what is your web server?.. apache on linux?, apache on windows?, are you using XAMPP?

In putty, create a host by only specifying an IP, then user and password to your server. This is SSH, so it's on port 22.

Download putty here..

http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/download.html
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Question: /cache/ is not writable! Please CHMOD this directory to 777
Answer: provided by mnault 219 days ago
- 1 + All these permission issues you're having will all be solved together with a chmod. very easy, but first you MUST get SSH (Secure SHell) access to go daddy.

Read this and modify your account accordingly:

http://support.godaddy.com/help/article/4942/enabling-ssh-on-your-linux-shared-hosting-account
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Question: /cache/ is not writable! Please CHMOD this directory to 777
Answer: provided by mnault 219 days ago
- 0 + If putty (or terminal) is too scary, you can always do the same permissions change with filezilla.
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Question: Error: Table doesnt exist in...
Answer: provided by mnault 219 days ago
- 0 + Something that comes to mind that happened to me too, same error:

You may have installed the "upload" modules to allow uploading an image when creating a story (and never used it aka uploaded an image). So create a story, upload one and check your logs again.
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Question: Tags not saved on story creation?
Answer: provided by mnault 219 days ago
- 1 + Using Version 2.0.1 with default bootstrap template, on dedicated mysql database server, and I have to say, it runs flawlessly. The issue is minor for now.

Upon creating a story, the tags won't show right away in the cloud or sidebar. publishing story has no effect, just "Edit" and "Save".

I'l try to reproduce the environment entirely. Do you guys have some sort of bugzilla/Code review system? like http://codestriker.sourceforge.net