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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by jackal, Sep 6, 2003.

  1. jackal

    jackal Well-Known Member
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    When I run upcp I get the folowing below this account was terminated 2 months ago. Where is it still getting the command to look for this usr? Where to make the change to stop it?


    Configuring catalog chasms...
    Couldn't change to /home/chasms/catalogs/chasms: No such file or directory

    chasms: error in configuration. Skipping.
    chasms: config error -- Couldn't change to /home/chasms/catalogs/chasms: No such file or directory. Skipping

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    ~bump~

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    That is an Interchange shopping cart catalog. Good luck finding support for it. Interchange is one of those things on CPanel that just exists, no one knows where it came from or what purpose it serves. It's just there.

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    tHANKS all I am trying to do is find the config file that holds all catologs it is trying to find this one and it does not exist. Just need to remove it from the config list where ever it is.

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    Try:

    /usr/local/cpanel/3rdparty/interchange/interchange.cfg

    Not sure if that is all. I remember having a similiar problem and I think I tried removing the listing from this file, but it still seemed to give me the error. I finally just gave up.

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