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Mod Version: 2.2.8, by AndrewD (R.I.P) AndrewD is offline
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This modification is in the archives.
vB Version: 3.6.x Rating: (81 votes - 4.79 average) Installs: 659
Released: 19 Jun 2006 Last Update: 04 Feb 2008 Downloads: 8665
Not Supported DB Changes Uses Plugins Additional Files Translations  

Version 2.3.0 of LDM is now the official release. This works with both VB3.7 and VB3.8. You can obtain it here

Version 2.2.8 remains available here, with limited support.

04.02.08: patch-cat.xml 'extra' uploaded - see first post for information

27.10.07: Version 2.2.8-post1 uploaded
French translation of product installer uploaded (other language translations are in the main release zip)

Remember to back up your current database tables before upgrading.

What this is and does

LDM is a general-purpose link and file manager, which handles user uploads and downloads in a flexible way. A range of media players is integrated into LDM and others are included as plugin extras. LDM is described below in the first post of this thread, which also contains a brief list of the currently-known bugs.

This release of LDM works correctly with all VB versions 3.6.x and recent versions of vbadvanced.

Documentation, screen shots, etc, are provided as a Wiki at http://www.eirma.org/wikis/index.php...nloads_Manager

Thank you to everyone who has tested, given suggestions, helped with the translations, etc.

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Old 24 Mar 2009, 01:18
jpietrowiak jpietrowiak is offline
 
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I'm using it now and appears to work.
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Old 24 Mar 2009, 13:44
AndrewD AndrewD is offline
 
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Originally Posted by jpietrowiak View Post
Hi,
Can anyone tell me why or if this is an option to change when a PDF is downloaded from the links and downloads manager it actually has the name of the file as the default saving option. Right now its local_links.pdf. It opens in the browser and then if you click on disk to save that is the file name.

Thanks
As far as I recall, this is dependent on the browser and other installed addins on your system. LDM sends the correct headers to tell the browser to give a file its correct name, but the local settings can override them
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Old 24 Mar 2009, 23:30
Mondi Mondi is offline
 
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Originally Posted by SeanE View Post
Any word if this hack works on vb 3.8.1 Patch Level 1 yet?
Would like to know this too.....

Waiting impatiently...
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Old 02 Jun 2009, 14:45
drfenning drfenning is offline
 
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Changing forum permissions

Ok, I thought that I had the kinks worked out but...

How do I change the forum-based access permissions for the categories? I have set up a paid subscription to access the downloads from the download manager, but it's not giving the subscribers access...

default_forumid = SOTB Club Scrap
default_forumid defines the default forum for the forum-based access permissions system. If set, access to new categories/entries is by default only available to usergroups with can view forum and can view others threads access rights to that forum
Currently no categories/entries are using the forum-based access permissions system

I am only able to turn access on to every registered user or none at all. It won't recognize the permissions set in vbulletin for the paid subscribers...

Thanks in advance,
Dani
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Old 02 Jun 2009, 15:17
AndrewD AndrewD is offline
 
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Originally Posted by drfenning View Post
Ok, I thought that I had the kinks worked out but...

How do I change the forum-based access permissions for the categories? I have set up a paid subscription to access the downloads from the download manager, but it's not giving the subscribers access...

default_forumid = SOTB Club Scrap
default_forumid defines the default forum for the forum-based access permissions system. If set, access to new categories/entries is by default only available to usergroups with can view forum and can view others threads access rights to that forum
Currently no categories/entries are using the forum-based access permissions system

I am only able to turn access on to every registered user or none at all. It won't recognize the permissions set in vbulletin for the paid subscribers...

Thanks in advance,
Dani
Did you set default_forumid *after* creating the entries and categories? Entry and category associated forums are set at the moment you create the entry/category, and do not get changed automatically when you modify default_forumid.

The easiest way to update the forum associations is on the LDM->admin->mass edits page. Select the categories you want to update, select the Parent Forum button, choose the SOTB Club Scrap forum and check the "Also make this forum the parent of all entries currently in the category" box, and submit the form.

Sorry if this is confusing. I am happy to take a look at your site if you want (PM me details, including a username/password with admin rights)
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Old 11 Dec 2009, 22:58
saintsmc saintsmc is offline
 
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You going to upgrade this for 4.0? I currently use it for map hosting on a Gaming Clan site.
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Old 12 Dec 2009, 04:47
AndrewD AndrewD is offline
 
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Originally Posted by saintsmc View Post
You going to upgrade this for 4.0? I currently use it for map hosting on a Gaming Clan site.
I am in the process of writing the upgrade. It's a lot of work.
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Old 15 Dec 2009, 10:21
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viper357 viper357 is offline
 
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Hi Andrew, I have just upgraded from 2.2.7 (which was working perfectly) and now I am getting the following error when I click on any LDM link in the admincp, also the local_links.php link.

Fatal error: Cannot redeclare cache_styles() (previously declared in /home/*****/public_html/includes/adminfunctions_template.php:2249) in /home/*****/public_html/includes/local_links_include.php on line 1151
I am running 3.6.12

Thanks.
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Old 16 Dec 2009, 06:22
AndrewD AndrewD is offline
 
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Originally Posted by viper357 View Post
Hi Andrew, I have just upgraded from 2.2.7 (which was working perfectly) and now I am getting the following error when I click on any LDM link in the admincp, also the local_links.php link.


I am running 3.6.12

Thanks.
I'm assuming that you are trying to run LDM 2.2.8-post1 with vb 3.6.12.

I set up a clean installation of these two (you are fortunate - I still had the vb36 code but had to create a new test website to try it out ), and the error you report does not occur.

I'm sorry - I am not really able to spend much time on vb36 - my free time is fully occupied with vb40
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Old 16 Dec 2009, 07:57
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Can you give me any indication as to what the problem might be? Is there any way I can roll back to LDM 2.2.7?
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Old 16 Dec 2009, 08:21
AndrewD AndrewD is offline
 
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Originally Posted by viper357 View Post
Can you give me any indication as to what the problem might be? Is there any way I can roll back to LDM 2.2.7?
Unfortunately, I have not got the time to track this down, but I can't find a release of LDM in which line 1151 of local_links_include.php would trigger this message, so you might want to check that you've got all the correct code installed. There is no problem in re-installing version 2.2.7 - just follow the usual process.
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Old 16 Dec 2009, 09:04
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viper357 viper357 is offline
 
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Ok, thanks. one last thing please, where can I download v 2.2.7 again?

Thanks Andrew.
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Old 16 Dec 2009, 14:29
saintsmc saintsmc is offline
 
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From the wiki link in his sig. http://www.eirma.org/wikis/index.php/Installing_LDM
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Old 16 Dec 2009, 17:09
AndrewD AndrewD is offline
 
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Originally Posted by viper357 View Post
Ok, thanks. one last thing please, where can I download v 2.2.7 again?

Thanks Andrew.
I have looked some more at the code for ldm 2.2.7 and 2.2.8, and think I know the cause of your problem. It is not specifically related to ldm 2.2.8 - rather, I think it is likely to be an interaction between ldm and another hack that you installed at the same time as upgrading to 2.2.8. This problem was fixed in version 2.2.9, but unfortunately that will not work with vb3.6.

I have no idea which version of ldm 2.2.7 you were using, but I doubt that you will correct the problem by downgrading.

If necessary, I can suggest a fix, but it will require making an edit to one of the code files.
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Old 16 Dec 2009, 17:33
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Thanks for taking the time to help me Andrew.

Send your suggestion, I can edit the files no problem.
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