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Implementing Bird Feeder

My /feeder directory still isn’t working. klavr.net/feeder

Has it something to do with permissions? (755)

Shaun Inman
Mint/Pepper Developer
Posted on Apr 16, '07 at 09:31 am

Nope that message means one of three things:

  1. $_SERVER['DOCUMENT_ROOT'] is broken on your site. In which case you need to open up /feeder/index.php and replace $_SERVER['DOCUMENT_ROOT'] with the path to your website from the root of the server (str_replace('/feeder/index.php', '', __FILE__) might work in place of $_SERVER['DOCUMENT_ROOT']).

  2. You didn’t upload the entire /birdfeeder/ directory, in particular /birdfeeder/watcher.php

  3. You uploaded Bird Feeder into the wrong directory . It need to be uploaded in /mint/pepper/shauninman/

The last two don’t appear to be the case.

I corrected it, is this (emtpy) supposed to show up?

Shaun Inman
Mint/Pepper Developer
Posted on Apr 17, '07 at 12:33 pm

No, you should see:

Mint Bird Feeder is active.

Try removing the @ before the include() statement and add error_reporting(E_ALL); before define('MINT', true);.

I followed your advice. Still nothing is showing up.

I can mail you the code of my /feeder/index.php if you want?

I don’t feel safe publishing it to the world ;)

Shaun Inman
Mint/Pepper Developer
Posted on Apr 19, '07 at 09:26 am

Sure, email away, it’s mint at the domain you’re on right now.

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