Not Solved Wrong - MyAlert Plugin
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I downloaded this plugin, but when I upload everything to ftp where I need it, this error comes in,

can anyone help me

plugin link: https://community.mybb.com/thread-119331.html


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#2
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https://community.mybb.com/thread-171301.html
Here
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#3
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website link ?
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#4
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(2021-02-06, 09:51 AM)PARADOXP Wrote: website link ?

hi , pm sent

I did everything as described, but it's always a mistake, I don't know why!

I'm use MyBB 1.8.5    and php7.3
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#5
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You should consider upgrading to MyBB 1.8.24. Also like Tc4me suggested, I think it's best you use the actual plugin thread, as that would actually instantly notify the creator of a new post in his thread, don't know if he will provide support for MyBB 1.8.5 though.

You should check the apache error logs to see what is causing the error specifically. And then post the error here. Since we can't glean any information from just the warning page.
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#6
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Everything is possible but unlikely for a plugin to cause 500 error. I'd say to look into server side of things.
Anyway you can delete plugin using ftp.
Sure hooks will remain, but won't cause 500 error
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#7
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Did you upload the MyBBstuff file to your website? It needs to be done separately from the main install. Otherwise there will be an error.
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(2021-02-07, 03:39 AM)Darth Apple Wrote: Did you upload the MyBBstuff file to your website? It needs to be done separately from the main install. Otherwise there will be an error.


Hi, what do you mean, separate? I uploaded it all! didn't i do well ??

(2021-02-06, 06:24 PM)GodLess101 Wrote: You should consider upgrading to MyBB 1.8.24. Also like Tc4me suggested, I think it's best you use the actual plugin thread, as that would actually instantly notify the creator of a new post in his thread, don't know if he will provide support for MyBB 1.8.5 though.

You should check the apache error logs to see what is causing the error specifically. And then post the error here. Since we can't glean any information from just the warning page.

Hi ,

and exactly how can I do that?
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#9
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https://docs.mybb.com/1.8/install/upgrade/
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