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  • burr86

302: lj_dev

In the interests of consolidating all LiveJournal development-related discussion, we're going to be closing down this community. The same conversations we've been having here can instead be posted to lj_dev.

lj_dev will be the place for everything related to LiveJournal/FotoBilder development topics. This includes both the code itself, client development, as well as installing the code. So, feel free to join the community and participate there. :)
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LJ UserSearch

The installation of this *almost* works.

There's one problem: If you search on anything but Interest, it will return with no results.

I've tested this using criteria that should've coughed up journals.
Fish on head all fucked up

New Bug

There is something wrong with preview. I am running the latest main trunk code.

When you hit preview before posting, this is what you get:

Error running style: Died in S2::run_code running EntryPage::print(): couldn't retrieve anum for entry at /home2/commie/public_html/cgi-bin/LJ/ContentFlag.pm line 391


Thanks.
Flare
  • potolo

Reporting bugs in the code

I'm just passing on some information I learnt today about how we report bugs.

A post here within the last month said to report them at http://rt.livejournal.org/. Looks like that's changed. :-/

I tried to use the bugtracker today, and couldn't. So, I asked in LiveJournal.com Support:
Hi,
The RT bugtracker isn't allowing users to create new tickets in the 'Bugs' queue. Well, it isn't allowing me to at least! The 'Quick Ticket' creation menu only allow tickets to be created in other queues (DJabberd, Gearman, Memcached, MogileFS, & Perlbal). None of the other menus seem to lead to a page to create new tickets from. Oh, I log into it with my LiveJournal URL in the OpenID field.
Thanks.
I got the following reply:
The RT bugtracker has been decommissioned, and it is no longer possible to create new tickets in it. If you would like to report a bug, please open a support request describing the issue. The support volunteers can then verify the issue and inform the developers if necessary.
So far as I know you can't provide attachments on support requests, nor can others make (unscreened) comments on them without you sharing your request auth code (which is frowned upon I think). Anyway, done passing on.
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Problem with login in fresh LJ installation

Ok, i try second time and reinstall LJ from scratch. I use this

http://wiki.ljcode.org/index.php?title=LJ_Server:Installation#Installing_Perl

This time all goes fine and all installed and init without problems and any errors.

I also change system password.

So i start apache and try to login and ... nothing it accept login/password and redirect me to main page. If i register new user i have same thing...

Here apache logs:

Access logs:

10.10.150.213 - - [30/Sep/2007:21:47:27 +1200] "GET /login.bml HTTP/1.1" 200 9655
10.10.150.213 - - [30/Sep/2007:21:47:35 +1200] "POST /login.bml HTTP/1.1" 302 294
10.10.150.213 - - [30/Sep/2007:21:47:35 +1200] "GET / HTTP/1.1" 200 9858

Error logs:

[Sun Sep 30 21:45:31 2007] [notice] Apache/1.3.34 (Ubuntu) mod_perl/1.29 configured -- resuming normal operations
[Sun Sep 30 21:45:31 2007] [notice] Accept mutex: sysvsem (Default: sysvsem)

thats all no errors or etc

P.S. if i use wrong password i have a error, so i just dont know what to do ;(
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