[wp-hackers] apache 2.2.2 upgrade

Christopher J. Hradil chradil at comcast.net
Thu Jul 13 20:19:19 GMT 2006

speaking of plugins, have you ever played with the extended-live-archives
plugin ? I tried using that for something prior to the upgrade, and it made
a real mess of things on the backend, as well as with some of the
permalinks. I never could seem to completely get rid of it either, for
example after deactivating/removing plugin files I kept getting weird errors
in the admin->manage->files area, it was complaining about not being able to
find a file or function related to extended-live-archives. Since the clean
install, that problem seems to be gone now as well. 


Christopher J. Hradil
chradil at comcast.net

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> in fact I did have wp-cache on, it's on again now as well.

I think that's what caused it, at least when I had wp-cache and changed
almost anything on to do with Apache or PHP I would experience this.

Computer Guru
NeoSmart Technologies

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