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    Debianplanet II, ready to accept programming…
    Submitted by ressu on Wednesday, March 28, 2001 – 08:54
    It’s been quiet here at DP site, but on the inside we have been battling with our everyday duties, work and school… Even if we have been busy, we have been hard at work with all the spare time we have had and tried to work out Debianplanet II.
    Debianplanet II is now ready to be betatested, and it has bugs, lots and lots of them, please be careful. Debianplanet II is based on PHP-Nuke 4.4 and most of the security bugs should be ironed out.Even so, there are caveats. For now, everyone who wants to use Debianplanet II, will have to request a password change, this can be done with the send password option at the bottom of the login page. This will be fixed later on, but for now we will just have to deal with it.
    all the bug reports should be posted to the end of this article from where we will try and sort them out.
    And before i forget, here is the url for the site itself =)http://www.debianplanet.org/debianplanetII

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    Subject: RE: Thanks
    Author: robster
    Date: Thursday, 2001/03/29 – 21:18
    Thanks to ressu for sorting this out, i’ve been rather busy at the moment ;( Also big thanks to all those who have tried and fiddled with the code and submitted bugs reports etc.

    Thanks again!

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    Subject: Kernel Cousin Debian moved
    Author: Anonymous
    Date: Thursday, 2001/03/29 – 13:15
    Kernel Cousins isn’t at LinuxCare anymore:

    http://kt.zork.net/

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    Subject: Re: Kernel Cousin Debian moved
    Author: ressu
    Date: Thursday, 2001/03/29 – 15:21
    fixed, thanks
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    Subject: Will it be possible to create accounts?
    Author: Anonymous
    Date: Thursday, 2001/03/29 – 03:24
    And can we get a fix to the broken create new account?
    1136: Column count doesn’t match value count at row 1
    This has been reported by several people on the sourceforge site, but it’s been like this for a while.

    Sorry for the OT rant…

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    Subject: Re: Will it be possible to create accounts?
    Author: stevens
    Date: Thursday, 2001/03/29 – 19:58

    And can we get a fix to the broken create new account?
    1136: Column count doesn’t match value count at row 1
    This has been reported by several people on the sourceforge site, but it’s been like this for a while.

    It has been fixed in DPII, and the bug on sourceforge has been updated to point people to DPII to make new user accounts.

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    Subject: Re: Will it be possible to create accounts?
    Author: ressu
    Date: Thursday, 2001/03/29 – 07:36
    that bug appeared when we made a mistake in upgrading the database to 4.4.. it broke a lot of things..

    adding users with dpII should work OK.

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    Subject: broken link
    Author: Anonymous
    Date: Wednesday, 2001/03/28 – 16:59
    Minor thing, but the “unofficial apt sources” link on the left is busted.

    HTH, HAND

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    Subject: Re: broken link
    Author: ressu
    Date: Thursday, 2001/03/29 – 15:16
    works for me.
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    Subject: Hideous color scheme
    Author: jaldhar
    Date: Wednesday, 2001/03/28 – 13:01
    Could you do something about the black on green text? It’s really hard on the eyes.

    btw, I seem to be able to post without changing my password.

    — Jaldhar

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    Subject: Re: Hideous color scheme
    Author: ressu
    Date: Wednesday, 2001/03/28 – 15:41
    i’ll see if the themes support it, if not.. lets hack awayyyyy…

    oh and that logging in.. i’m not sure what changed in there, i know that md5 was used with the MyPHPortal which we used before, and it should have automatially converted the passwords to md5, and i haven’t had time to check if PHP-Nuke uses md5 too.. it’s pretty safe to say that it uses another scheme, and something breaks.. sometimes…

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