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Configuration.php problem

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Kate2000, Feb 7, 2010.

  1. Kate2000

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    Hello. After I downloaded my website folders and dump my website still odes not work. I guess the problem is that there is some mistake I made when changing configuration.php. I am new with the webdesigning. Can somebody help me.
    I changed the following:
    var $log_path = '/home/NAME/public_html/hrg-online.net/logs';
    var $tmp_path = '/home/NAME/public_html/hrg-online.net/tmp';
    var $host = 'top1'; (here I have doubts, should it be freehost (host package) ot top1 (server name)
    var $user = 'NAME_svt';
    var $db = 'NAME_svt';
    var $password = '*****'
    Where is the mistake or should I change something else?
    Wher can be the mistake. My website is not found, says Page Not Found, Back
     
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    Try to use the host name as local host and also check the error logs for the exact error message which you are receiving from the below mentioned location:

    /usr/local/apache/logs/error_log.
     
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    Thank you. I should put this extention after what?
     
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    I'm not sure I understand, what's this config file for exactly? Is this an addon domain?

    Yours:
    var $log_path = '/home/NAME/public_html/hrg-online.net/logs';
    var $tmp_path = '/home/NAME/public_html/hrg-online.net/tmp';
    var $host = 'top1'; (here I have doubts, should it be freehost (host package) ot top1 (server name)

    With my comments in between:


    var $log_path = '/home/NAME/public_html/hrg-online.net/logs';

    If you place the path to logs here in the above line, they will be accessible by anyone with a browser for viewing.
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    var $tmp_path = '/home/NAME/public_html/hrg-online.net/tmp';

    Same with this line above, bad idea to place this where it can be accessed from the Web.
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    var $host = 'top1'; (here I have doubts, should it be freehost (host package) ot top1 (server name)

    This one is easy, change it to localhost. All one word, all lowercase.

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    Something like this might be better:

    var $log_path = '/home/NAME/hrg-online.net/logs';
    var $tmp_path = '/home/NAME/hrg-online.net/tmp';
    var $host = 'localhost'; (here I have doubts, should it be freehost (host package) ot top1 (server name)

    Of course you'd have to create the logs and tmp directory for this use.
     
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