[geeklog-devel] 1.5 Installer stuff
oliver at spiesshofer.com
Thu Oct 11 22:53:18 EDT 2007
Well I did not say that you said :-P
moving it out into the file where the DB settings are stored is one option.
Anyhow I do not like this site-enabled function a lot, but it depends
what you expect from it.
If you need it to make sure no functions of the site are used because of
a hacking attack or similar, its fine.
If you want to close for maintenance, it would be good if root could log
in somehow and see the site but noone else could.
Joe Mucchiello wrote:
> I didn't say there was an easy fix. It's just an unforseen consequence
> of putting the configuration into the database. A shorter fix then
> recoding root can login is to remove Site_Enabled from the list of
> variables that goes into the database and move it to the db-config.php
> file. Not very intuitive but at least it works.
> At 09:52 PM 10/11/2007, Oliver Spiesshofer wrote:
>> Oliver Spiesshofer wrote:
>>> Joe Mucchiello wrote:
>>>> More fun: Go into Configuration and set "site enabled" to false.
>>>> Now set it back to true....
>>> will try it.
>> tried it :-)
>> the question is if we have to work something out that the root can
>> still log in. This seems like a major programming issue however,
>> nothing that is fixed in 2 lines.
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