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Web Site Management / Re: Let's Encrypt
« Last post by MrPhil on December 11, 2017, 03:06:27 PM »
Still holding. Still holding.... still holding. Fingertips tapping on table. Almost four months now. They must have run into some nasty problems. I think they can write off the free SSL system they were trying to use.
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Third Party Scripts and Services / Re: Softtaculous Zenbership install failure
« Last post by MrPhil on December 11, 2017, 03:02:28 PM »
One of the very first things it should then be trying to do is create the directory. Did this succeed? I would also be leery of this thing trying to chmod it to 777, which is a no-no on Lunarpages (suPHP is running). It will be able to chmod, but then any further actions in that directory are dead meat (500 error). It's possible that LP has not tried every Softaculous package installation.

If you can't get anywhere, think about getting the Zenbership install package from their site (I presume it's available) and doing a manual install. At least, you can look inside their install script and see what it's trying to do. I don't trust "one button" installers, be they Softaculous or any other brand. cURL usage can also be a problem, but if Softaculous always uses it, then presumably it's properly configured for LP. Any sign of where it's trying to remotely run on, or what it's trying to do with cURL?
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Third Party Scripts and Services / Re: Softtaculous Zenbership install failure
« Last post by obsydi2 on December 11, 2017, 10:07:25 AM »
Thanks for the comments.

Installation instructions are clear that the new directory should not exist... and it doesn't. The old Joomla directory was deleted long before I attempted this installation and all traces are gone except the old index file that was still redirecting to it (note: this is a personal site and I've not been using it for a public web presence for a couple of years). I'll review permissions this evening. Other tidbits from around the web suggest that this is a common problem because of Softaculous's use of cURL for installing packages. I wish they'd push the actual error message to the top of the stack so I'd know what was actually happening.

If I don't find something obvious with the permissions angle, I'll open development tools and start tracing things.
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Third Party Scripts and Services / Re: Softtaculous Zenbership install failure
« Last post by MrPhil on December 11, 2017, 08:48:54 AM »
OK, so your .htaccess (if any) is not rewriting or redirecting anywhere, and the only index file is a simple "Hi there"? Make sure you've cleaned out all traces of your old Joomla installation, in case there's any redirects/rewrites (SEO stuff) still around. This would include stuff like
Code: [Select]
RewriteCond  %{REQUEST_FILE}  !-f
RewriteCond  %{REQUEST_FILE}  !-d
in case you're not too familiar with .htaccess coding.

There are a couple things that might give you that message:
  • You have non-standard directory permissions. I think public_html is usually 750 and any subsidiary directories are 755.
  • The installation is expecting that you manually create that new directory before trying to install into it (and it doesn't exist yet), or even that it wants to create this directory and you already made it. Read the instructions carefully to see which it's expecting, and if not clear, try it both ways.
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Search Engine Optimization / Re: What is Link acquisition?
« Last post by iberis on December 11, 2017, 03:37:41 AM »
Yes, Link acquisition is the synonym to Link Building.The purpose of link acquisition process is to bring in more traffic and improve your rankings.
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Hosting Server Bulletins / BEACON - Primary IP change
« Last post by Jassi on December 10, 2017, 11:16:30 PM »
Dear Customer,

Please read the email in its entirety as it requires attention from you. We will be moving your server into a brand new, state-of-the-art
data center soon. In preparation of this move it has become necessary for us to change the main IP address of your server from
67.210.111.15 to 216.227.223.82. This change will take place on December 11th, 2017.

If you are using the shared IP address in any of your email clients, scripts or applications, it is advisable that you change them to
reflect either the new IP address or the hostname. The change should otherwise be fairly quick and almost seamless. There may be a short
outage where accounts using the shared IP address will propagate to the new IP address. Customers with dedicated IP addresses will not be
affected with this change.

We apologize for the short notice of this change. Thank you in advance for your patience and understanding.


Kind Regards,
Lunarpages Systems Administration Team
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Hosting Server Bulletins / ATHENA - Primary IP change
« Last post by Jassi on December 10, 2017, 11:15:24 PM »
Dear Customer,

Please read the email in its entirety as it requires attention from you. We will be moving your server into a brand new, state-of-the-art
data center soon. In preparation of this move it has become necessary for us to change the main IP address of your server from
67.210.104.80 to 216.227.223.79. This change will take place on December 11th, 2017.

If you are using the shared IP address in any of your email clients, scripts or applications, it is advisable that you change them to
reflect either the new IP address or the hostname. The change should otherwise be fairly quick and almost seamless. There may be a short
outage where accounts using the shared IP address will propagate to the new IP address. Customers with dedicated IP addresses will not be
affected with this change.

We apologize for the short notice of this change. Thank you in advance for your patience and understanding.


Kind Regards,
Lunarpages Systems Administration Team
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Third Party Scripts and Services / Softtaculous Zenbership install failure
« Last post by obsydi2 on December 10, 2017, 09:19:13 PM »
When I attempt to install Zenbership via Softaculous I'm greeted with the "Could not access your domain. Please make sure your domain is pointing to this server and there is no .htaccess file restricing access to your domain" (sic) error message.

I temporarily removed the existing .htaccess file from my public_html directory. I replaced my index.html file that was redirecting to an old, non-existent joomla directory so that it just displays a "hi there" message.

Anyone familiar with this error and possible conditions that could cause it?

Relevant install details:
 o Protocol: http://www
 o Domain: obsydian.com
 o Directory: <new directory>
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eCommerce Hosting at Lunarpages / Re: eCommerce site
« Last post by riyaz1539 on December 09, 2017, 03:14:53 AM »
If you used WordPress platform then you can use smush WordPress plugin

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Third Party Scripts and Services / Re: Cannot Access WordPress Media Library
« Last post by riyaz1539 on December 09, 2017, 03:10:34 AM »
Are you trying to access the media library through the Add Media button in the post screen or through the menu on the left in your WP-Admin?
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