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  1. #21
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    Default Re: [Module] Customizable RSS feed module

    Tried to install but then I get
    Code:
    Fatal error: file_put_contents cannot write in file. in /modules/rss_cmps_curl.php on line 125
    on the page

  2. #22

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Cronic View Post
    Tried to install but then I get
    Code:
    Fatal error: file_put_contents cannot write in file. in /modules/rss_cmps_curl.php on line 125
    on the page
    It means you don't have write permissions for the cache directory.

    Please make sure that you have done a chmod 777 on the cache directory (or whatever value is needed by your specific host.)
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  3. #23
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    Default Re: [Module] Customizable RSS feed module

    I made a directory and called it Cache and set the permissions to 777 before I posted and got that. I must be missing something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Cronic View Post
    I made a directory and called it Cache and set the permissions to 777 before I posted and got that. I must be missing something.
    If you are sure everything is correct then it may be a permissions issue for which you will need to contact your host. A while back I found I needed to change my permissions from 777 to 755 - it had to do with security on the host side of things.

    If you'd like me to look at things just to make sure the module is configured correctly feel free to PM me the login info.
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    Default Re: [Module] Customizable RSS feed module

    I'm getting the same error.

    Fatal error: file_put_contents cannot write in file. in \modules\rss_cmps_curl.php on line 125
    I checked with my host, and they said that both the cache directory that I created and the modules/rss_cmps_curl.php file are set as 777.

    Quick question, how is the RSS Cache Directory supposed to be entered in the admin panel? I couldn't find any info or examples on it.

    In my FTP, my forums are installed in the httpdocs folder. So, the rss file is located in "httpdocs/modules/rss_cmps_curl.php". I created a folder "httpdocs/rsscache" and set these permissions to 777. In the admin panel for the RSS Feed module, I tried adding the directory many different ways:

    "/rsscache"
    "/rsscache/"
    "\rsscache"
    "\rsscache\"

    Something strange is going on because not only do none of these configurations work, but if I just add "\ThisIsNotARealFolder\" I get the same error... Shouldn't I get a "folder not found" error or something along those lines?

    Since this is a module contained in the "modules" folder under the root directory, since my rsscache folder is in the root directory (above the modules folder) do I need to do the whole "../" to tell the module to look for a folder called "rsscache" above the current folder?

    EDIT: Sorry, I guess I was originally mistaken. The rsscache folder wasn't completely set at 777. Now it is Thanks, everything works great now!
    EDIT #2: I found out that you do need to enter the folder as "rsscache" (no slashes)
    Last edited by trbothead; 10-08-2007 at 05:27 PM.

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    Default Re: [Module] Customizable RSS feed module

    Great mod. Thanks!
    But the news seem to be UTF-8 encrypted. Ist there any way to change encryption to latin-7. see screenshot...

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    There are instruction on dealing with conversions in the 3.5.x version of the module. I don't have time to look it up at the moment but it involves the use of the iconv() function.
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  8. #28

    Default Re: [Module] Customizable RSS feed module

    I keep getting this error:

    Fatal error: file_put_contents cannot write in file. in /modules/rss_cmps_curl.php on line 125

  9. #29

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ranger375 View Post
    I keep getting this error:

    Fatal error: file_put_contents cannot write in file. in /modules/rss_cmps_curl.php on line 125
    That means that you don't have the right permissions set up for the cache folder or that the path to the folder isn't specified correctly. Look a few posts up as another person just ran into the same situation and have the path specified incorrectly.
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  10. #30

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    I checked w/ my host, and they confirmed its set at 777.


    The error message can be viewed here: http://shadowspear.com/vb/cmps_index.php

    Folder location: http://shadowspear.com/vb/modules/rsscache

    Anything else I could be doing wrong?

  11. #31

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ranger375 View Post
    I checked w/ my host, and they confirmed its set at 777.


    The error message can be viewed here: http://shadowspear.com/vb/cmps_index.php

    Folder location: http://shadowspear.com/vb/modules/rsscache

    Anything else I could be doing wrong?
    If that's what you are using for the path then that's the problem. The path will be similar to what you use th vBa (i.e. /home/mystuff/vb/modules/rsscache).
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  12. #32

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    whats the recommended method for determining the path?

  13. #33

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    ahhh nm i got it. Thanks for the help

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    Default Re: [Module] Customizable RSS feed module

    Is there a way I can use the advanced options or templates to strip images from within a feed? I'm having an issue with wide images breaking tables in a non-fluid theme.

    Cheers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KittyKatze View Post
    Is there a way I can use the advanced options or templates to strip images from within a feed? I'm having an issue with wide images breaking tables in a non-fluid theme.

    Cheers!
    Yes. You can use the Data modification section to add code to strip out <img> tags if you wish. It's a bit tricky but not impossible so long as you are competent at manipulating strings using php.
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    Default Re: [Module] Customizable RSS feed module

    hello !

    thx for this modules !

    But I have this error :

    PHP Code:
    Warningfile_put_contents(/cacherss/www.feediz.com-synd-56.xml.cache) [function.file-put-contents]: failed to open streamNo such file or directory in /modules/rss_cmps_curl.php on line 181 
    What is the problem

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaleu View Post
    hello !

    thx for this modules !

    But I have this error :

    PHP Code:
    Warningfile_put_contents(/cacherss/www.feediz.com-synd-56.xml.cache) [function.file-put-contents]: failed to open streamNo such file or directory in /modules/rss_cmps_curl.php on line 181 
    What is the problem
    It more than likely means that the permissions are not set correctly for the cache folder. Remember, the folder needs to be set to 777.
    Tom Morris
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  18. #38
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    Default Re: [Module] Customizable RSS feed module

    my "cacherss" folder is in Chmod 777 ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaleu View Post
    my "cacherss" folder is in Chmod 777 ...
    If yo are sure that the folder has the correct permissions then about the only other thing it can be is that there's a problem with how you specified the path in the module setup. If it's not pointing to the correct place then that error will still appear.

    I'm guessing that your cache folder isn't really located on the root of the server (/cacherss/...) as indicated in the error message.
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    Default Re: [Module] Customizable RSS feed module

    My folder location : http://www.bezak.fr/forum/modules/cacherss

    So the RSS Cache Directory is : /forum/modules/cacherss ??

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