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Old 14th August 2006, 18:02
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Originally Posted by reddog
do you mean to check the install of php-nuke?
With the echo statment, you should be able to find out where phpNuke expects the file. Then either copy the files to the location where phpNuke expects them, or change the value of $the_include.

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Also php-nuke loads it's own .htaccess files, do i need to change my apache config to accomodate for those .htaccess?
Maybe.

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this is what httpd.conf contains
That's the wrong section. There must be other <Directory> stanzas, find the one for the directory or one of the parent-directories where phpNuke is installed.

What's in the .htaccess file?
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