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« on: May 07, 2005, 03:09:38 PM »

HI..

When I go in to Mod Manger I get a blank screen so I can't add or do any work there.. What can be the problem.

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« Reply #1 on: May 07, 2005, 03:27:58 PM »

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# Empty pages, or 'this page cannot be displayed'

Version 0.9.7: This is most likely caused by white space at the beginning or end of your file. It's usually generated by your editor when setting up the dbconnect.php file, or editting files while installing game modifications. Remove the white space (spaces, line feeds).

Version 1.0.0 onwards: This problem is normally encountered due to PHP memory shortages. MightyE and JT are working towards a permanent solution to this, but in the meantime there are three methods by which you can fix this:

dbconnect.php: Create a file called 'dbconnect.php' and save it in the main folder of your game installation. Type the following within it:

    ini_set("memory_limit","16M");

.htaccess: Create a file called '.htaccess' in your main game directory. It should contain:

     <FilesMatch "\.(php|html?)     $">
     php_value memory_limit 16M
     </FilesMatch>

Edit php.ini: If you have access to a file called 'php.ini', search for a value in it called memory_limit. Change the number after it to 16.

If the value isn't in there, add:

    memory_limit 16M

Save your changes. If the number 16 doesn't work, you can increase the number. Some users have found 20, 24, 40, and even 64 to help. 16 is recommended for less memory-hungry installations.
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