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Old 11-28-2005, 02:38 AM
argh2xxx argh2xxx is offline
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Anyone know why Xpanel do this?


I bought Xpanel for over a week. Was installed by xpanel's support. Then xpanel took over my DNS, and screw up my server DNS. My server also has cpanel running.

Then I fix the DNS problem. The script render correctly. Such as subdomain.tld is working correctly when provide free hosting.

Though the file manager is screwy. Here is the problem. I try to upload the images either through ftp, or file manager. It won't let me upload png, or sometime won't let me upload any image at all. Obviously I look inside the Conf.pm file. I saw what I need to allow already there.

Then when I try to view the image that already uploaded successfully (lucky upload, remember sometime it work, and sometime else), when I try to view the image, its path gets screwy. The path for subdomain.tld/xxx.jpg is not render, instead it redirect me to tld/images/no.gif (even though it's jpg or png). No images render, only a little <---- appear on the blank page.

The WYSIWYG is not render as WYSIWYG editor instead only normal html editor.

Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank YOu.



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Old 11-28-2005, 03:24 AM
webuyhosts webuyhosts is offline
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ya, we ran them on 4 machines, i just erased it and moved on, i hope you can get ahold of them for support

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Old 11-29-2005, 02:18 AM
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Yeah the support is slow, but I got them eventually, now everything is fine. Well I figure out the problem. XPanel won't let you directly upload image into html file. You have to do <img src=""></img> in order for it to work. So yeah, I think XPanel is pretty good script, but the only draw back is their support.

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Old 11-29-2005, 03:19 AM
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Xpanel owner has a support forum. There you will find a faster response for your problems from owner or from users.
If you want to remove hotlink protection (not recommended) check .htaccess templates, usually located at /usr/local/xpanel/insert

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