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artrocity
Posted on: Nov 8 2005, 01:11 AM


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Whats stopping you?

If you have control of the domain name
which you appear to...
then its all on you to move the files and change the dns at the registrar

Enjoy your new *dream* host !
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artrocity
Posted on: Sep 6 2005, 10:36 PM


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Well...you need shell access to your account.
Shell is a command prompt access to your files.
Kinda like how DOS is to windows.

You'll need a program like... putty
http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatha...y/download.html
to access your account this way
and again you need to have shell access enabled by Hostony.

once you logon you can navigate around like you would in DOS.
http://www.ee.surrey.ac.uk/Teaching/Unix/

then you just type that command in ...
whoops had that wrong there... try this....

Usage: mysqldump [OPTIONS] database [tables]
OR mysqldump [OPTIONS] --databases [OPTIONS] DB1 [DB2 DB3...]
OR mysqldump [OPTIONS] --all-databases [OPTIONS]
For more options, use mysqldump --help

mysqldump -uusername -ppassword --all-databases > output.SQL

this creates a file called output.SQL
which you can then FTP to your home computer

Hope this helps...
  Forum: PHP/MySQL · Post Preview: #22030 · Replies: 7 · Views: 5535

artrocity
Posted on: Sep 4 2005, 08:00 PM


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This might work for you then...

RewriteRule ^(.*).html$ index.php?page=$1 [L]
  Forum: PHP/MySQL · Post Preview: #22003 · Replies: 4 · Views: 3418

artrocity
Posted on: Sep 4 2005, 01:07 PM


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do you have shell access?

if so you can do a backup of your databases there...

mysql -uusername -ppassword < backup.sql

this should be more reliable for large datasets...
  Forum: PHP/MySQL · Post Preview: #21998 · Replies: 7 · Views: 5535

artrocity
Posted on: Sep 4 2005, 01:19 AM


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not a guru but try this...

Options +Indexes
Options +FollowSymlinks
RewriteEngine on
RewriteRule ^trekking.html$ index.php?page=trekking [L]
  Forum: PHP/MySQL · Post Preview: #21991 · Replies: 4 · Views: 3418

artrocity
Posted on: Jun 23 2005, 01:30 AM


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QUOTE(easycall @ Jun 22 2005, 06:35 PM)
I am getting this same "No input file specified error" since the change to php.  My Database populates my link exchange directory pages.  The main directory is ok at http://www.easycall.net/lma/directory but the category pages produce this error.  I've not been able to get any suggestions from support tickets.  Can someone tell me what I need to do get my category pages working.  PHP is a foreign language to me and I was thrilled when I installed this program back in April to find it worked perfectly.  Now I'm at a total loss as to how to access my category pages.  My category pages are generated "on the fly" via php.
*


Script looks interesting .
Tried to download it but something is wrong with their website. rolleyes.gif

Without seeing the code my guess it has something to do with your .htacess file
Can you run the script without mod-rewrite?
  Forum: PHP/MySQL · Post Preview: #20843 · Replies: 10 · Views: 8178

artrocity
Posted on: Jun 12 2005, 01:01 AM


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QUOTE(Lehrer @ Jun 11 2005, 11:33 AM)
Dear GpeL, the matter is that the file clients.php was either accidentally or intentionally deleted from your account. I recommend your reinstalling the Smarty Template Engine, as the mentioned above file doesn't exist.
Lehrer
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I dont think client.php ( or service.php,contact.php ) are part of the smarty package.
Those links are pages that Gpel created.

Like I said before its PHP-CGI...

There are a FEW VERY MINOR drawbacks to running PHP-CGI. They are:
* The $_SERVER['SCRIPT_NAME'] variable will return the php.cgi binary rather than the name of your script

Warning: Smarty error: unable to read resource: "clients.php" in /home/dbcons/public_html/libs/Smarty.class.php on line 1088

Looks like a path issue to me...
the files could be *missing* like you say
but if it was working before its more likely that php,smarty
is looking in the wrong place....
  Forum: General Support · Post Preview: #20669 · Replies: 7 · Views: 4112

artrocity
Posted on: Jun 10 2005, 12:13 PM


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QUOTE(Lehrer @ Jun 10 2005, 01:08 AM)
They are really OK, please check here or through anonimization.org

http://cricforum.com/
http://www.dbconsultinc.com/dbc/
*


Sure the pages load rolleyes.gif
But All links on his dbconsulting page throw PHP errors

http://www.dbconsultinc.com/dbc/index.php?page=clients.php
Warning: Smarty error: unable to read resource: "clients.php" in /home/dbcons/public_html/libs/Smarty.class.php on line 1088

Probably related to the PHP_EXEC...
  Forum: General Support · Post Preview: #20654 · Replies: 7 · Views: 4112

artrocity
Posted on: Jun 7 2005, 02:26 AM


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QUOTE(dingfelder @ Jun 6 2005, 07:05 PM)
I understand you could get increased google activity from using it, since your links increase, but how do you make money off using it?
*
Simple.
the 15,000+ links in google give me 15,000 extra chances someone will click
on a google adsense ad.biggrin.gif

For example see this link.
http://dmoz.artrocity.com/OpenDMOZ/Health/...nd_Medications/
Click on one of those top links in the pale green box.
Thank you! You just made me a nickel !!:rolleyes:
  Forum: General Support · Post Preview: #20579 · Replies: 32 · Views: 15093

artrocity
Posted on: May 30 2005, 07:30 PM


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thanks for the acknowledgement!

Plus I see you got the keywords and <head> variables set.
NICE !!!

You get an A for the Day !!!
laugh.gif

Glad I could help...
  Forum: General Support · Post Preview: #20468 · Replies: 32 · Views: 15093

artrocity
Posted on: May 30 2005, 01:19 PM


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QUOTE(mblendinger @ May 30 2005, 08:17 AM)
So, Artrocity, is a .htaccess with:

CODE
RewriteRule ^OpenDMOZ(.*) index.php?c=$1


and nothing more?

Greetings  smile.gif
you can give a look to http://dmoz.wizhosting.com/ wink.gif
*


I knew you'd ask this... rolleyes.gif
There are always TWO parts of rewrtiting urls in a script.
1) .htaccess Rewrite Rules
Options +FollowSymlinks
RewriteEngine on
RewriteBase /
RewriteRule ^OpenDMOZ$ index.php
RewriteRule ^OpenDMOZ(.*) index.php?c=$1

2) changing the script to write the Search engine friendly urls.
I think there are 4 places in the script they need to be modified.

$html = str_replace ("index.php?c=", "OpenDMOZ", $html);
$finalhtml = $MainHeader . $html . $MainFooter;
echo $finalhtml;

and one just like it for the var $breadcrumb

Now I made one more mod to the script that helps w/ the SE
I put a var in the <HEAD> tags.

see http://dmoz.artrocity.com/OpenDMOZ/Health/...n-Toxic_Living/
and look at the <HEAD> and <keywords>
I leave that as an exercise to the student !
laugh.gif
  Forum: General Support · Post Preview: #20463 · Replies: 32 · Views: 15093

artrocity
Posted on: May 27 2005, 08:51 PM


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QUOTE(mblendinger @ May 27 2005, 02:37 PM)
(hum....is this a "Legal" practice ?  ph34r.gif  )
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http://www.dominion-web.com/products/dwodp_live/
DWodp live makes use of Netscape's Open Directory which is free to use so long you follow their license.

http://dmoz.org/become_an_editor/
Open Directory Attribution
The following attribution HTML must be included on all web pages that use Open Directory content, as described in the Open Directory license.

Thats it... Free... Open source
Just give credit where credit is due...
  Forum: General Support · Post Preview: #20412 · Replies: 32 · Views: 15093

artrocity
Posted on: May 27 2005, 05:22 PM


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QUOTE(mblendinger @ May 27 2005, 08:42 AM)
you get 15000+ links in google to your domain using DWodp live ?
*

Yep Dwop live and mod-rewrite
Thats why i was *concerned* about keeping those links alive...

site:dmoz.artrocity.com "dmoz.artrocity.com"
http://www.google.com/search?q=+site:dmoz....coff=1&filter=0

Generates a little google money dayin dayout
not enough to retire on tongue.gif
but every bit helps
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artrocity
Posted on: May 27 2005, 12:02 PM


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thanks for looking into this.

I had got the page script working again on TUES Night
by approaching the rewrite differently.

The original rules were like...
RewriteRule ^OpenDMOZ(.*)/(.*).html index.php/$1/$2.html

basically just replacing index.php w the openDMOZ
this worked for a year and generated the 15,000+ links in google.

but the new php did not like that so
I changed the script and the rules so that index.php now takes a variable
RewriteRule ^OpenDMOZ(.*) index.php?c=$1


thanks again ...
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artrocity
Posted on: May 25 2005, 10:17 PM


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QUOTE(Lehrer @ May 25 2005, 03:08 PM)
artrocity, we are not going to revert to the old version. We'll keep PHP+SuExec.
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This doesnt really answer my question though...

Can you please let your customerbase know EXACTLY what you
plan on doing to *fix* this ?



Plus i find it *amusing* that you have to FIX something that
"was done about a week ago and we had no complaints about it"
  Forum: General Support · Post Preview: #20378 · Replies: 32 · Views: 15093

artrocity
Posted on: May 25 2005, 05:51 PM


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QUOTE(Lehrer @ May 25 2005, 08:42 AM)
smokiebum,
I have upgraded awstats for your domain. BTW, the problem with php is going to be fixed this weekend.
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Ummm... by fixed what do you exactly mean? blink.gif
Is it reverting back to the way it was?
Or will the config of php-cgi change yet again ?

It would be nice to know as I spent alot of time this week
getting my scripts that were broke by this change
working again.

I dont want to have to do revert back or even worse go a totally different direction.
Especially since i will be away from the computer on this holiday weekend
and dont want my sites DOWN for 3 days because of some incompatibily with
the changes you are going to make.

So can you please let your customerbase know EXACTLY what you
plan on doing to *fix* this ?
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artrocity
Posted on: May 24 2005, 12:26 AM


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QUOTE(Lehrer @ May 23 2005, 07:58 PM)
Arttocity, this was done about a week ago and we had no complaints about it. The problem can be fixed by editing .htaccess files.
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From AWSTATs

16 May 2005 102 960 963 14.32 MB
17 May 2005 111 196 196 2.69 MB
18 May 2005 124 4351 4351 43.14 MB
19 May 2005 107 5601 5601 58.67 MB
20 May 2005 101 4738 4738 53.28 MB
21 May 2005 3 6 6 61.01 KB
22 May 2005 6 6 8 48.35 KB
23 May 2005 0 0 0 0
24 May 2005 0 0 0 0

Im guessing it happened on Saturday on this machine. rolleyes.gif

I cant figure out what's wrong with it...
Can someone at support take a look at it?
dmoz.artrocity.com
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artrocity
Posted on: May 23 2005, 11:48 PM


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great I'm all for that.

Seems like thats something you'd be glad to announce to all your customers. rolleyes.gif

Like ...

Here at Hostony we are being proactive in combatting spammers and will institute the following changes ....


Meanwhile , I still have a domain thats useless
15,000 urls that all say
No input file specified.

http://www.google.com/search?q=+site:dmoz....coff=1&filter=0


Any Clues...
It worked so well before ....
  Forum: General Support · Post Preview: #20335 · Replies: 32 · Views: 15093

artrocity
Posted on: May 23 2005, 11:30 PM


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This doesnt help my problem though.
I have a web site down and with 15000+ URLs in google
that are NOT resolving anymore.

WHY do you make changes to something as CORE as PHP
without giving your customers a heads up?

mad.gif mad.gif mad.gif mad.gif mad.gif mad.gif mad.gif
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artrocity
Posted on: May 23 2005, 11:26 PM


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Well I discovered what you did to php.

https://panel.dreamhost.com/kbase/index.cgi?area=2933

What's the difference between PHP-CGI and PHP as an Apache module?

There are two ways you can choose to have your PHP executed at DreamHost. The default is as a regular CGI. This is by far the preferred method. The benefits of running PHP-CGI are:

* It is more secure. The PHP runs as your user rather than dhapache. That means you can put your database passwords in a file readable only by you and your php scripts can still access it!
* It is more flexible. Because of security concerns when running PHP as an Apache module (which means it runs as our dhapache user), we have disabled a number of commands with the non-CGI PHP. This will cause installation problems with certain popular PHP scripts (such as Gallery) if you choose to run PHP not as a CGI!
* It's just as fast as running PHP as an Apache module, and we include more default libraries.

There are a FEW VERY MINOR drawbacks to running PHP-CGI. They are:

* Custom 404 pages won't work for .php files with PHP-CGI. Or will they? See n74's comment below!
* Variables in the URL won't work without using mod_rewrite (example.com/blah.php/username/info/variable).
* Custom php directives in .htaccess files (php_include_dir /home/user;/home/user/example_dir) won't work.
* The $_SERVER['SCRIPT_NAME'] variable will return the php.cgi binary rather than the name of your script

If one of those is a show-stopper for you, you can easily switch to running PHP as an Apache module and not CGI, but be prepared for a bunch of potential security and ease-of-use issues! If you don't know what any of these drawbacks mean, you're fine just using the default setting of PHP-CGI and not worrying about anything!
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artrocity
Posted on: May 23 2005, 10:15 PM


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I have a variety of websites that just stopped working today.
Scripts that have worked and have been untouched for a year.

What changes did hostony do to php to stopp these from working?

Two of the sites I was able to fix by removing a php_value setting in my .htacess
but I am uncertain what the third problem could be.

It would be nice to know what changes you made to make my debugging easier.

It would be EVEN NICER to know IN ADVANCE of any changes that are made to the system.

It sounds like something similiar happen here on another server and you just blew the customer off with NO EXPLANATION.
http://forum.hostony.com/index.php?showtopic=4005

Please enlight us on what changes you are making.
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artrocity
Posted on: Apr 18 2005, 10:29 PM


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not exactly.
subdomains are websites under your main domain.
like... billgates.jackmiller.com, shop.jackmiller.com, etc...

It would be difficult to sell them as they all share the same CPanel.
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artrocity
Posted on: Apr 13 2005, 11:11 PM


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To answer your question read this thread in the forum
from Feb 16 2004 rolleyes.gif

http://forum.hostony.com/index.php?showtopic=1098
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Posted on: Apr 3 2005, 10:16 PM


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QUOTE(Dima @ Apr 3 2005, 05:03 PM)
Everybody who is interested,please have a look at this screenshot. The VPS is working properly


I'm interested ! rolleyes.gif

Customer reports site is down at (09:44 AM)
Support puts up screenshot 7 hours later !

Very interesting ! laugh.gif
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artrocity
Posted on: Mar 27 2005, 07:24 PM


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actually thats $77.10 every 6 months
12.85 a month

The bandwidth is monthly. 100 Gb on the current special plan.

good luck...
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