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14th June 2006, 18:14
Hi all, (i'm back :p )
I have a small question, if is there anyone who will like to help me it whoul be great.
I have a Linux server with Fedora Core 4 on it and ISPConfig. What i want to do is to make that server, beside a hosting server a rooter, i want to share my internet connection throught it.
I know that i can use something like ip tables or ip forwarding but i am not quite sure how to do this.
If someone can help me out i whould be more than gratefull.
P.S. I am sorry if i typed something wrong.
15th June 2006, 16:38
If you ask me: buy yourself a little hardware router, or use IPCop to set up such a router: http://www.howtoforge.com/perfect_linux_firewall_ipcop
It will save you a lot of trouble.
15th June 2006, 16:46
Thank you for your response, i have a rooter and i will use it. I have read a little about IpCop and i saw there are some problems in some cases.
I whould have another questin if you whould like to answer...
I have php 5 installed and register_globals = On , php safe mode = Off but i still can't see php nuke web sites or mambo sites . Here is a link to a php nule web site on my server: http://alex.crazydesign.ath.cx/alex/phpsite
Now... can you tell me how to remove php5 and install php4 ?
I think this will remove my problem.
Thank you in advance
16th June 2006, 02:51
Does it work if you disable PHP Safe Mode for that web site in ISPConfig?
Any errors in your Apache error log?
16th June 2006, 10:54
The safe mode was never enabled for that web site and i don't have errors in my apache log. i even restarted it and i also restarted the whole sistem.
Still the same problem. I really really don't know what is wrong. Ewerithing else work's wonderfull. If i put php forms to send e-mails or other sites made with php or phpBB forum they work great, but if i install and run a Mambo/Joomla web site or phpNuke or a drupal web site, after installing them i see that blank page.
I am like a turtle upside down. Don't know what to do :( . Thank you for your help,
16th June 2006, 17:32
Please check your Mambo/Joomla/Drupal directories for .htaccess files. They might cause your problems. Also have a look here: http://www.howtoforge.com/forums/showthread.php?t=788&highlight=drupal+.htaccess
16th June 2006, 19:01
i have done all those but without success... :mad:
i still think i should downgrade from php5 to php4 ... what do you think?
17th June 2006, 12:56
Which Drupal version do you use? Starting from version 4.6.0, Drupal works on PHP5, too.
17th June 2006, 13:00
I have triyed with MamboV4.6 , Drupal4.6.8 and 4.7.2 and php nuke web site the latest version without success...
17th June 2006, 14:49
I used Joomla no problems but the only hiccup was uploading files with safe mode on. Because uploaded files were owned by "www", the website can touch it.
So i changed ispconfig to use safe_mode_gid = on
Then I did a chmod g+s ./phptmp
I can now upload my templates fine and all.
17th June 2006, 15:15
I have succeded to find a version of Joomla wich works just perfect but i still can't install phpNuke... I think i will never install phpNUKE ... :p .
For those wich are interested in Joomla, they can download it from here: http://developer.joomla.org/sf/frs/do/viewRelease/projects.joomla/frs.joomla_1_0.1_0_9;jsessionid=5A3711C6D4BA4B5BBD FA6940ED65A846
18th June 2006, 13:51
but i still can't install phpNuke... I think i will never install phpNUKE ... :p .
Might be because of .htaccess files. Have you checked PHPNuke for .htaccess files?
18th June 2006, 15:45
When i install a phpNuke site from a tar.gz package it doesn't install any .htaccess file. I have triyed to make one but i eighter get a 404 message eighter a 500 message or that blank page.
19th June 2006, 17:09
Can you post the vhost configuration of the web site where you try to install PHPnuke?
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