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MyAlerts v2.0.4
^ can you check recent entries of server error log to find the cause of error 500

probably ClassLoader.php file is missing. if so, see first post of this thread for details
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I wish I knew where the server error log was....also, ClassLoader is already in the
inc/plugins/MybbStuff/Core/
where it's supposed to be. Why I'm getting http 500 on the index.php/main forum but not everywhere else is beyond me.

Also, everytime I try to install/activate PluginsLibrary from admin cp, it says it's installed but winds up back in the inactive column. That's not supposed to happen...
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^ your web host panel should be having link to errors.
if you can't see it then contact your web host or sysadmin of your web server

by any chance, do you have ougc awards plugin installed ?

pluginlibrary named plugin does not need installation.
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This file missing from
/inc/plugins/MybbStuff/Core/ClassLoader.php

https://www.mediafire.com/file/unh2k89q3...r.rar/file
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Hi im using the master zip file and im getting this when going into user control panel

https://my.domain/alerts.php

   



also if this helps


$templatelist =
C:\www\alerts.php:11:string 'myalerts_alert_row_popup,myalerts_alert_row_popup_no_alerts,myalerts_modal_content' (length=82)
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^ can you try re-uploading alerts.php file (at root folder)
(if possible, make sure that file transfers in binary mode)
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(2020-05-11, 10:03 AM).m. Wrote: ^ can you try re-uploading alerts.php file (at root folder)
(if possible, make sure that file transfers in binary mode)

sorry for replying back to you so late, how do you make it binary on a windows platform?
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(2020-05-17, 12:39 AM)canadacommunity Wrote: sorry for replying back to you so late, how do you make it binary on a windows platform?

When you say Windows platform - surely you mean the client platform, as in your computer?  Regardless, think .m. is saying the transfer to the host should be binary.  As in the ftp or sftp transfer protocol.

I use FileZilla, and auto works fine - but you could force binary if required.  Sorry if I misunderstood your question.

cheers...

Edit:  Re-read your post and see the MS drive and path conventions, so please ignore.
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I use the newest version (or what I think is the newest) of Class Loader .php and still receive an error.

"Warning [2] require_once(/home/xxxx/public_html/inc/plugins/MybbStuff/Core/ClassLoader.php): failed to open stream: No such file or directory - Line: 26 - File: inc/plugins/myalerts.php PHP 7.3.18 (Linux)"
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^ check if the file physically exists & make sure that file name is exactly "ClassLoader.php"
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