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Logging into admin sends me to a strange site


tsincaat

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I'm trying to login to oscommerce as an admin, just set things up.. I go to .../oscommerce/admin/index.php and it sends me to this website, http://xlphp.net/blog3/ (Which i've never heard of before)

 

Infact, it looks like going to any of the pages in my /admin/ folder send me to this site.

 

I have no idea what's going on. Someone please help!

 

Happy to provide any other information that's needed.

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Open up the file catalgon/admin/includes/configure.php

 

check the DIR-FS_ADMIN entry .. this should be set to the path on your server

 

Let me know if this helps.

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Out of curiousity, I clicked the link. It led to a site that had those horrible popups that continued after I closed the site.

 

Is this a new way of spamming the forum?

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Out of curiousity, I clicked the link. It led to a site that had those horrible popups that continued after I closed the site.

 

Is this a new way of spamming the forum?

 

So far I think it's something related to the host I signed up with, byethost.com, possibly one of their websites or something like that.. I'll try what you said dats.

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Open up the file catalgon/admin/includes/configure.php

 

check the DIR-FS_ADMIN entry .. this should be set to the path on your server

 

Let me know if this helps.

 

Alright, I opened it up and noticed I didn't have a DIR-FS_ADMIN entry.. So here is what I added, tell me if I did it right, seeing as I'm not all that experienced with web databases or that sort of thing in general

 

define('DIR-FS_ADMIN', '/home/vol2/byethost13.com/b13_1530978/htdocs/shop/admin/');

 

After adding that and saving the file on the server I'm still getting this annoying redirect.

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