meterN 0.8

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pd1acf
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Re: meterN 0.8

Post by pd1acf » Tue Dec 05, 2017 9:37 pm

jeanmarc wrote:
Tue Dec 05, 2017 6:59 am
Hi,
Did you put the archive on your web server's folder to extract (tar -xzvf metern*.tar.gz) or extract on a computer then copy the mN's folder ?
Hi JeanMarc,

I used the 'update button twice. First time it failed with the error. After looking into the upgrade script I figured it had to do with moving the new files into place, and therefor it could be a permission problem.
As my 'main' nginx folder was owned by root, the nginx user was not allowed to create a 'new' folder in there.

After this, i re-performed the update and it succeeded.
I did notice the tar file, but have not used it.

NevD
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Re: meterN 0.8

Post by NevD » Wed Dec 06, 2017 7:11 am

Hi

I just did a 1 click update...after setting permissions...www was owned by root...I did not use tar.

I reset permissions after update to 755.

Regards

Neville

Garluk
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Re: meterN 0.8

Post by Garluk » Sun Dec 10, 2017 8:12 pm

Hi JeanMarc,
I'd like to report a bug.
The last 15 day graph has wrong height.

The line 665 of index.php file are:

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   echo "<tr><td><div id='container$cntgraph' style='height: 240px'></div></td></tr>";
The correct code should be

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   echo "<tr><td><div id='container$cntgraph' style='height: ${GRAPHH}px'></div></td></tr>";

jeanmarc
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Re: meterN 0.8

Post by jeanmarc » Mon Dec 11, 2017 7:01 am

Thanks Garluk

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