Re: [radio-dev] need help with my radio install
- I think I"ll follow your advice, Matt. Thanks for your input.
On Dec 30, 2004, at 8:44 AM, Matt Mower wrote:
> Hi Donovan,
> On Tue, 28 Dec 2004 19:01:47 -0700, Donovan Watts <d@...>
> > I'm out of ideas. Can someone please tell me what I should do to get
> > back on track? Thanks very much for any help.
> If it were me I would probably not attempt to resuscitate Radio any
> further, it sounds badly messed up. I would probably do the following:
> 1) zip up a copy of what you have now and put it somewhere safe
> 2) make a copy of the files Radio backup makes and keep them to hand
> 3) nuke the radio folder
> 4) download a fresh copy of Radio and install
> 5) put the backup files in the right place
> 6) restore
> I've not used the Radio backup/restore so far but your situation
> sounds desparate enough to indicate that you should probably
> experiment with it.
> Hope this may help a little.
> Matt Mower :: http://matt.blogs.it/
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If you're still having problems you may want to try a clean reinstall.
On Tue, Dec 28, 2004, Donovan Watts said:
>Hi. My install of Radio has been messed up for more than a month and
>I'm tired of trying to fix it. What's wrong with it? Well, many things;
>it won't publish changed pages unless I restart Radio; when I try
>compacting data files, it gets hung up on weblogsComData.root; nightly
>I get an error that one of my posts is not correct; I can't even send
>an email of my config cause I get an error message.
>I could go into more details but there seems to be so much messed up
>that I don't know where to begin. Andy Fragen spent about an hour going
>over my woes and we didn't get anywhere.
>I'm out of ideas. Can someone please tell me what I should do to get
>back on track? Thanks very much for any help.