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  1. Situtation: website has been running for years without problems. We are implementing changes and setup a "dev" subdomain to be able to compare old and new. What went wrong: the hoster makes it possible to change the MySQL dbUser password. Which I accidentally did. Now the new password is not the same as the one defined in the config.php file under "$config->dbPass = ..." and the CMS cannot access the DB anymore. Nothing is working anymore! Assumptions: in config.php under "$config->dbPass = " the string saved is the salted hashed password, i.e. "myFreaking$difficultPassword" would be saved as f.ex. "jfeime7??6$$3!2". Is that right? What I need to be able to do: how can I generate that salted hashed password from the plain text password I entered on the host's webinterface for the dbUser? Or: do I just need to set "$config->dbPass" to the plain text password I entered on the hoster's webinterface to change de dbUser Password?
  2. Hi all! I upgraded my site from version 2.x to 3.x. The process has been quite more difficult than it used to be (mainly because of some third party modules, but I finally managed it. One question I have is, the config.php file. Are there some recommended changes I should do in this file? The config.php file in the example sites do not help so much because the installer will complete the file on installation. Thanks in advance! /Jasper
  3. Hello, I'm working on a processwire based website in my local webserver (I don't have a lot of experience in processwire). I linked a new CSS file but no update on the website. I read some posts on the forum and decided to add $config->templateCompile = false; to my config.php to see if it was a compiler/cache issue. Then, white screen for all the pages even the admin pages. The only information I get is [HTTP/1.0 500 Internal Server Error 19ms] in the inspector console. I already tried to change back the config.php file or to add $config->debug=true; but nothing in the errors.txt. Any ideas ? Thank you
  4. I am using the Multisite.module to run several (similar/related) websites off a single PW-site and database. Adding new sites was as simple as adding the domain to the config box, and a top level page of the same name. However, since an upgrade of PW, I now also have to update my site/config.php file with each extra domain, i.e. $config->httpHosts = array( 'mydomain.com', // our primary hostname 'related.mydomain.com', // related website ); Otherwise the site will throw a 404 page not found. Leaving a blank httpHosts will allow all hostnames, but causes a warning in the back-end Unrecognized HTTP host:'mydomain.com' - Please update your $config->httpHosts setting in /site/config.php Can anyone advise how best to update Multisite.module?
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