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    [ask] Instaling Phpnews failed

    Hello everyone,,

    I've been trying to make phpnews script run on my web but it seems theres a problem with installation,, I'm new with php and stuff but I believe I followed all the instruction given but still no result.

    Some folder are chmod to 777 just like the instruction but it seems the file "settings.php" didnt created for some reason and when I go to "index.php" it saz that it will prompt for username and pwd but nothing happened and I dont know how or where to edit the script manually.

    Can anyone help me whit this pls,,I noticed thephpnews website is down and I've been googling for the wright tut but I cant find any related to this..thanks in advance


    Phpnews 1.3.0

    PHP Version 5.2.17
    MySQL 5.5

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    So, uh, create "settings.php"? And put some settings in it?

    Sorry, I'm not familiar with that package. Too bad their site is down. Maybe there's a users' forum somewhere else? IRC channel, perhaps?
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    there's bound to be other applications that do the same thing, perhaps trying another is worth it.

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