I have some serious problems with my hostingsprovider, They updated Perl to a other version and now I can't get in gm.cgi. The advice the gave to me was to replace all the lines in the cgi-bin that tells where the libary file is located. By example the line in gm.cgi: require "libary.cgi"; in D:/www.devrije.nl/www/cgi-bin/libary.cgi This because the working directory has change and it isn't the default directory anymore wher the script is located. Do I have to change some more lines in the script, then this one line through the provider given?
Well whatever I try'd, change slashes, a virtual pad etc. It won't work and I get the same error (can't find banlist, chmod 666 etc...) The provider has holyday now and it will take some time before they resolve this issue. By the way, our Greymatter is version 1.3.0 and hosted at a Windows 2000 server. It's running for 2 years now without any problems. I did tried to update the version to 1.3.1 last night and I get the same error message.
We have at least 300 visitors every day and we want to let them know that we can't update the site.
How do I edit a warning at the main page without login?