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 on: Yesterday at 02:40:07 AM 
Started by slj - Last post by slj
I'm new here, and I hope I'm asking this question in the right room. I have searched everywhere for an answer to my question, but haven't been able to find anything useful. If this has been answered before, then feel free to link to the topic.
I'm trying to install the game on an Ubuntu server running Apache, mySQL, PhpMyAdmin and php version 7. First I had a lot of trouble on starting the installer, because it just gave me a blank screen. I found a fix here on the forum, something about changing a line to mysqli instead of mysql in one of the files. So far so good.
Now to the issue:
The installer does not give me any errors when connecting to the database, and everything have the status "pass" in stage 5.
When I go to stage 6, examine the database, I'm just getting a blank screen. No errors at all.
The first time it happened, I managed to continue, I'm not sure on how I did that, and then I got a lot of errors then it tried to create the tables in the database. Afterwards, I got the issue where accounts couldn't be written to the database.
I have tried to start from scratch multiple times, both redownloading the game and removing the database and user, but I always get stuck at stage 6.
I'm sure my database user have full access to everything, otherwise I don't expect stage 5 gives the status of pass in all checks.
I'm also sure my lotgd folder have access to MySQL. If not, then it should have given me an error already in stage 5?
I don't know much about php, but I'm able to change some code if required. I don't know anything about databases at all, and I have never tried to change anything in a database, but I might be able to do so if required. I have seen other topics with similar issues where people gave up. But I'm not giving up, since I have wanted to host the game for a lot of years.
Any clue on how to bugfix on this issue? I know it is something at my end which is wrong, but I have no idea on where to start or how to bugfix on this. Wordpress is working just fine on my server.

 on: April 19, 2019, 03:50:37 PM 
Started by Annunakitty - Last post by Annunakitty
I finally got back around to putting some finishing touches on the template, and I think it's basically ready for submitting to the downloads archive!  It still has some small hiccups but a lot of those elements I can't do a lot about as they are hard coded by the game.  If you try it out, please let me know if you notice any other bugs or quirks I should mess around with!

Full resolution on Desktop:

Mobile resolutions:

Notable Changes:
  • Title and Subtitle scale according to viewport size, with min and max caps
  • Cleaned up and rearranged the footer elements
  • Added styling for Popup windows
  • Fixed how the User Editor/Petitions element is displayed (only visible with superuser privs)

i miss the graphics there ( i know that there are of course accessability concerns with graphics , but i still miss them thou )  ... looks a bit too dark. Do you have any others ?

Accessibility isn't actually that much of a concern in this case, although it should work pretty well with a screenreader as-is; this template is meant to be like the barest of bones basic reactive template.  It can easily be modified with images, and with proper accessibility considerations still be perfectly disability friendly.  It's dark because it's much easier on the eyes with the default "colours," honestly; I could make a light version but I'd have to finagle with the "colours" to prevent eye strain on a light background and tbh that's beyond the scope of what I want to do for this template >.>;;

 on: April 19, 2019, 12:14:15 PM 
Started by Fanster - Last post by MarcTheSlayer
I was thinking that as I typed the message. "If only you could output the error on the white screen page, that would save a whole lot of time.". :-)

I don't think Central has been updated in a number of years. The php stuff depreciated has now probably been removed.

 on: April 18, 2019, 07:44:25 PM 
Started by Fanster - Last post by TGTarheel
A month late, but yes, a white error screen means that there's a PHP error somewhere, and if you can find your apache error log file then it'll name the file responsible. :-)

Yep.  And usually, somewhere in the same area of the C-Panel...you can choose to have the error display directly on the white screen, instead of just a white screen.

By the way, as an aside, Central gets whitescreens all the time.

 on: April 18, 2019, 07:42:12 PM 
Started by Smirnov - Last post by TGTarheel
You needed to change it in dbconnect.php, not dbwrapper.php

This is wrong. Change what? dbconnect is the core database credentials file, dbwrapper is the lib database functions file.

If you meant my original comment, I've corrected the typo, and Smirnov appears to have edited the correct file.

OK.  I was going by what you had originally typed.

It has been some time since I, myself had to make the same modification.

You, yourself said your original post was incorrect - a typo.

 on: April 18, 2019, 07:17:51 PM 
Started by Fanster - Last post by MarcTheSlayer
A month late, but yes, a white error screen means that there's a PHP error somewhere, and if you can find your apache error log file then it'll name the file responsible. :-)

 on: April 15, 2019, 12:14:10 PM 
Started by lonnyl - Last post by Smirnov
to artti:
thanks, it's working!

to Aeolus:
I had an old version of the lib:
at line 15 was - $maze =

 on: April 14, 2019, 11:35:06 AM 
Started by lonnyl - Last post by artti
I don't know if you have same version, but previously the mazes where built like this:

$maze = array(j,d,d,d,b,c,k,o,d,d,k,f,d,b,d,a,n,i,d,b,d,e,i,d,c,k,m,j,d,p,g,o,e,o,b,k,i,k,g,j,n,

so you have to place '' marks at every letter for the maze to work like this:

$maze = array('j','d','d','d','b','c','k','o','d','d','k','f','d','b','d','a','n','i','d','b','d','e','i','d','c','k','m','j','d','p','g',

I will update later hopefully for the working version. Smiley

UPDATE: So I replaced automatically all the quotation marks. Download this zip file, extract  and place it to /lib/ folder instead of the other one.

 on: April 14, 2019, 08:14:59 AM 
Started by lonnyl - Last post by Aeolus
What is line 15 of modules/lib/abandoncastle.php?

 on: April 14, 2019, 01:30:30 AM 
Started by lonnyl - Last post by Smirnov
how can I fix this?
logd version - 1.1.2
PHP 7.3

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