I tried to upgrade from 1.0.3 to 2.0.1 and the update script just returns ccHost Installation not complete. So, I tried doing a 2.0 then a 2.0.1, and i got the same error. I don't have much in my database yet, so I suppose I can start from 0, but that isn't cool. . .
If I wrote over something I shouldn't have (I straight copied with Overwrite existing files turned on), the instructions need to be more specific. I don't mean to complain, just to put in some constructive crit.. =) I'd hate to have someone who has lots of stuff in their database lose everything because of a botched upgrade...
-Brenton April 13, 2006, 12:39AM
UPDATE: Maybe I was just being a dumbass and didn't rename ccadmin. I ended up backing up cc_tbl_user with flashmyadmin, reinstalling, and reimporting the user table. The error for this really should be more descriptive, or at least the update instructions should include a reminder regarding the ccadmin trigger. There's quite a difference between f%cking up your install in an upgrade and triggering a security warning. Speaking of which, how do I get certified by Sourceforge to help maintain this project?
Since this wiki is linked to from the footer of the default installation, I'd recommend reorganizing the main page so that it's less oriented toward developers. Perhaps all the developer info could be moved to a separate page? --Jeremy Butler 21:53, 27 June 2006 (UTC)
- Sounds wise - I, as a non-developer, have no idea what this is about. At least a description in the first line might let me know whether it's worth reading further.
- "ccHost is Creative Commons' open source (GPL licensed) project that powers ccMixter and is the winner of the Linux Journal LinuxWorldExpo Product Excellence Award for Best Open Source Solution." - umm... what kind of project? Solution to what? --Chriswaterguy 07:34, 18 December 2007 (UTC)