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No thumbs 7 years 9 months ago #76899

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Hello,

I'm running a site on Joomla 1.5 and HwdVideoShare 2.2.5 It's running fine on a VPS with Centos/CPanel/Apache, but now I'm moving to a Centos/DirectAdmin/Nginx server. Videos stream fine, but the thumbnails are not being displayed.

Instead of inserting the "hwdvideos" folder on the url,there is "UNKNOWN", so the urls look like this:

www.keveo.net/sitio/administrator/UNKNOW...s/w2f7dq3e5bw4a4.gif

This behavior it's on front and backend as well.

Path to videos folder it's ok on it's default location (videos stream with no problem)...

Any clues ?

Best Regards

Sergio
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No thumbs 7 years 9 months ago #76906

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I'm running a site on Joomla 1.5 and HwdVideoShare 2.2.5
Sorry, HWDVideoShare was retired nearly 3 years ago, and hasn't been supported since then.

I actually can't remember much about it. I just did a search for "UNKNOWN" on the codebase, and found it in:
\administrator\components\com_hwdvideoshare\helpers\directory.php

The error tells us your directory path in the configuration is wrong, which makes sense if you've just moved servers.
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No thumbs 7 years 9 months ago #76907

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Hi Davros,

Thanks for your support...

HWDVideoShare video directory location it's equal as in the previous server. Not sure if you're talking about some other configuration variable...

However, I replaced UNKNOWN in directory.php with "hwdvideos" and now it's working... This site isn't maintained anymore, and it's about to be replaced, so this workaround it's enough for now...

Thanks !

Best Regards

Sergio
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No thumbs 7 years 9 months ago #76910

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If I recall correctly you can set the absolute path of the videos folder on the admin panel, but as Davros said it was a long time ago :)
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No thumbs 7 years 9 months ago #76918

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However, I replaced UNKNOWN in directory.php with "hwdvideos" and now it's working...
I think that is probably good enough at this stage...

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