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Aumn
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Joined: Jun 19, 2007
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 18, 2007 2:24 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

Ok, so I have my phpnuke installed into the /html/ directory of my site.

When an activation email goes out it assumes that phpnuke is in the root directory, if you manually add the /html/ after the domain (www.domain.com/html/module?blah blah blah) it works fine.

Where do I change the activation email stuff?


Thanks for any help in advance.
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Slackervaara
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Joined: Sep 13, 2003
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 18, 2007 6:01 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

Activation link in new user email sends them to a 404 page
chatserv wrote:
This is caused most of the time by entering an incorrect url in Nuke's admin section in preferences under Site URL.

If your nuke site is located at http://www.someurl.com/index.php
then Site URL must be http://www.someurl.com/

If your nuke site is located at http://www.someurl.com/nuke/html/index.php
then Site URL must be http://www.someurl.com/nuke/html

If your nuke site is located at http://www.someurl.com/html/index.php
then Site URL must be http://www.someurl.com/html

Even if you enter the correct url but add a traling slash at the end of the url it will make the activation link fail too mainly because nuke already adds the trailing slash, so if your site is at http://www.someurl.com/ and you enter http://www.someurl.com/ under Site URL the link will have two trailing slashes when emailed to all new members, naturally this will result in an error.

From Readme:
http://www.nukecops.com/postlite1-.html
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