Tue, 27 Feb 2001 15:19:12 -0800
I did this, but when the pico editor opens the file "interchange.cfg" it is
blank, no lines of text?
Yesterday I tried the your other advice, "rm -rf
name_of_dir_that_is_the_cat" with the catalog name, which I believe is
"interchange" and it tried to delete a whole bunch of files. The problem
though was that all the the files were "permission denied". I think that my
host may have these write protected?
Everything works fine with my catalog except for the "quantity pricing" and
"cross-sell" options. That is all I need to work. They worked once but not
now? It's possible that I messed them up when I first started learning how
to use the catalog? These problems started before I ever started fooling
with the SSL Shell/Telnet stuff, I did not know about telnet then! So
whatever I did, I must have did it in the catalog administrator area?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Steve & Patti Getzinger" <email@example.com>
Sent: Tuesday, February 27, 2001 1:15 PM
Subject: Re: [ic] Help?
> Ok assuming your interchange.cfg file is in the /etc dir do this:
> pico /etc/interchange.cfg
> Now read the top lines that start with Catalog. This will give you the
> name you specified for the catalog, the path to the catalog root, the
> executable located in the cgi-bin dir and the alias. When done reading
> ctrl X Now you know where the catalog is :)
> firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> > To Steve and Patti.
> > I did allot and learned allot from your advise but you assumed wrong, I
> > don't even
> > think I know what or where the catalog is. Who knows what I screwed up
> > now?
> > Thanks!
> > To email@example.com
> > I know your comments were meant with the best of intentions, as are
> > mine. I was in
> > way "over my head" the day I bought my 1st computer 4 years ago. I've
> > come a long
> > way since then, but not by giving up or finding "other solutions". We
> > must always
> > encourage others to learn and understand, especially the young ones.
> > To all who have tried to help me: I thank you from the bottom of my
> > heart. Even
> > though the main goal of fixing my problem has not been achieved, I'm
> > sure that I am
> > walking away more knowledgeable in these matters because of you! Thank
> > you,
> > thank you! "May your help to others in the future be more fruitful and
> > always
> > appreciated!"
> > I am not giving up, just giving you a break. I will bother you no more.
> > My problem
> > will be solved sooner or later with trial and error and persistence.
> > This list has been
> > great, fun and I have learned much from it.
> > To those who make it all happen: I believe you could design a button for
> > dummies
> > like me that once pressed, everything would go back to default, (how it
> > originally
> > was)? Just a suggestion! Thank You!!!
> > Goodbye
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