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Author: IACOJLocation: USAPostPosted: Mon Sep 01, 2003 9:43 am    Post subject: Re: No modules after uploading

Go into your admin cp, modules. You need to activate them. They will still show up if they are set to show in the main menu even if they are inactive. If you uploaded others that aren't showing up in your main menu, they should show up underneath them, if you are in your admin cp. You will need to set them to visable as well as activating them.

Some modules that aren't standard with Nuke require seperate installation, there should be instructions on how to do it, within the txt files that come with the module.

Author: liquicomPostPosted: Mon Sep 01, 2003 10:06 am    Post subject: Re: No modules after uploading

I understand all the things you said these are standard modules that do work on my other site (I go thru the html on that one) when Iuploaded them into modules file (per instructions) it doesnt show up in the admin-modules to activate ...
so how do I get them to show up it a setting somewhere Iam missing ??
This is my first install without the html file.. (exaple this site is just not html) .....

Author: IACOJLocation: USAPostPosted: Mon Sep 01, 2003 10:28 am    Post subject: Re: No modules after uploading

Ok so check to make sure that in your root dir, you have all the folders that are within the html folder of Nuke. I think there should be 8 folders, modules should be one of them. Check to make sure that your modules are within the modules dir.

Normally when you upload something into your modules folder, it will show up in your admin cp as an inactive module. There is nothing else you have to change, unless there is something specific in the install instructions of that module.

This is a seperate issue, you might want to let your host know about the security vulnerablilities in both php and mysql. Your GD library doesn't support jpg, so you might want to go through some of the coding and change it to png. If you do a search here, it will tell you how to do it. I think Chatserv or AI posted the fix to it a while back. If you do change it, don't forget to change the images themselves to png.

Author: liquicomPostPosted: Mon Sep 01, 2003 10:46 am    Post subject: Re: No modules after uploading

I have told them aboutthe warnings I get and they are working on it , I have changed the .jpg to .png that is all working fine.... and I will check to make sure all the files are in my root... I belive they are ...
and I did upload the modules to the modules directory...

Author: liquicomPostPosted: Mon Sep 01, 2003 10:57 am    Post subject: Re: No modules after uploading

I found the problem.....
I went to my main menu block(modules) and reuploaded it ...
when I did it opened up all the modules that weren't showing in admin-modules and my inactive modules ....
Very Happy Very Happy
Thanks for all your help ..nukecops still the best...

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Author: liquicom PostPosted: Mon Sep 01, 2003 9:24 am    Post subject: No modules after uploading

I open the HTML file and installed nuke on my root directory,(so there is no html/) everything is running fine but when I go to add a module it isn;t showing up in my modules?
is there a setting to change ???
the website is:
the link to analyze is:

Thank you in advanced for the Help.....
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