Phpbb admin login error

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#1

First question: Sorry about this newbie question, but I just installed phpbb and it is giving me an error message when I try to login to the Administration Control Panel. It reads:

General Error
Module not accessible

Why will it not allow me to login? Since I just set it up, I am the only user and the only admin.

Second question: I also just installed zen cart and during registration it is asking for the directory where phpBB is installed; it says it will look something like this: /home/users/username/public_html/phpbb/. Of course I know what my username is, but where could I find out the exact directory name?


#2

[quote]First question: Sorry about this newbie question, but I just installed phpbb and it is giving me an error message when I try to login to the Administration Control Panel. It reads:

General Error
Module not accessible

Why will it not allow me to login? Since I just set it up, I am the only user and the only admin.

Second question: I also just installed zen cart and during registration it is asking for the directory where phpBB is installed; it says it will look something like this: /home/users/username/public_html/phpbb/. Of course I know what my username is, but where could I find out the exact directory name?[/quote]
The home directory will be /home/username

The path to the “web directory” or document root is specified in the Domains -> Manage Domains panel. The DreamHost convention is to name the document root directory after the domain/subdomain and places it in the home directory. eg http://example.com/ would have a document root of /home/username/example.com and then http://subdomain.example.com/ would have a document root of /home/username/subdomain.example.com

You neglected to mention how you installed phpBB. It’s important to know. With the “One-Click - Easy mode” you don’t have access to the phpBB installation at all. Attempts to access or modify the phpBB installation files is out of the question as a result. Making your question moot until you switch to “One-Click - Advanced mode” or a manual install.

“One-Click - Advanced mode” is different. You are asked to install it to a url-path and thus if your document root is /home/username/example.com and you entered http://example.com/[phpbb] for the url-path it is installed to /home/username/example.com/phpbb

If you have an Advanced mode install or manual install, you’ll probably need to disable some module by manually changing the configuration files.

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