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    A new message was posted: Address: http://radio.userland.com/discuss/msgReader$23954 By: jan (jan@gesternwarnichtheute.de) I have just had the same problem
    Message 1 of 2 , Mar 31, 2003
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      Address: http://radio.userland.com/discuss/msgReader$23954

      By: jan (jan@...)

      I have just had the same problem basicly (some posts below) and I found the solution on this page: http://radio.userland.com/stories/storyReader$14904

      That basicly resets the url to radio.weblogs.com/USERNUMBER

      Hope that helps,

      Jan

      This is a Manila site.. http://manila.userland.com/.
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      A new message was posted: Address: http://radio.userland.com/discuss/msgReader$23991 By: Mark Paschal (markpasc@mindspring.com) The recommended way to make a
      Message 2 of 2 , Apr 1, 2003
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        By: Mark Paschal (markpasc@...)

        The recommended way to make a second weblog is to use categories of the first one, posting items to that category with the Home Page checkbox unchecked. Just so you know.

        Did you really install a second copy of Radio from scratch, or make a copy the existing one? That would happen if you made a copy, at least. I didn't think Radio kept any information anywhere it could accidentally get confused like that. Are you sure you're starting the copy of Radio you think you're starting? (The silly things are the hard ones to find, after all.)

        It's good you disabled upstreaming. You can set the upstreaming information however you like, then reenable upstreaming, and it should be OK. If you want to be extra careful, you can run the quick script table.emptyTable (user.radio.settings.files) to throw all information about what's been upstreamed away; that copy of Radio will reupstream everything when you flip the switch again.

        Look at the new copy's www/#upstream.xml file. Does it have the information for the FTP in it? You can edit it directly to upstream to radio.weblogs.com if you want:

        <?xml version="1.0"?

        <upstream type="xmlStorageSystem" version="1.0"

        <serverradio.xmlstoragesystem.com</server

        <port80</port

        <usernum/your user number/</usernum

        <passwordNamedefault</passwordName

        <name/your name/</name

        <protocolxml-rpc</protocol

        <rpcPath/RPC2</rpcPath

        <soapAction/xmlStorageSystem</soapAction

        </upstream

        This is a Manila site.. http://manila.userland.com/.
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