ONeLUG - Oriental Negros Linux Users' Group

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ONeLUG - Oriental Negros Linux Users' Group

Post by b3rx » Sat Mar 18, 2006 1:09 am

ei guys!!! Just want to add up to the list...

ONeLUG is using Joomla! it is currently located in my subdomain, http://onelug.b3rx.com/ i have also installed some popular components. Please feel free to check it out! This Filipino forum rocks!

the site's template is not yet complete so we have used the mamboteam's template. as soon as the working template is done. ill upload it to the site.
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Post by guilliam » Sun Mar 26, 2006 7:35 am

okies.. hope to see the template ;)

btw.. you on open-sef?

i can see that your back to top doesnt work.
if your template will be having that back to top button and want to have it work with mod_rewrite turned on,.. give me a yell. i'll pitch you in the js for that(just in case you havent got it how to work yet). one liner lang yung back to top na yun.

pag naka mod_rewrite you cant use that anchor top, since obviously the anchor top doesnt rewrite it self ;)

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Re: ONeLUG - Oriental Negros Linux Users' Group

Post by darthdart » Sun Dec 24, 2006 2:35 am

ei berx.. your site got hacked..... :'( makes me wonder if I'm next... and do you use the URL friendly feature? i tried to.. but my site crashed hehe and had to upload it from scratch again..

by the way.. have any ideas how to prevent what happened to your site??? YM me berx hehe you know my username.. see you back in the Phils .. have a Merry Christmas and hope to see your site back online...

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Post by guilliam » Sun Dec 24, 2006 3:17 am

ohh.. dude,.. any plance of removing that index.html of the hack page? :D

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Post by b3rx » Sun Dec 24, 2006 3:27 am

any advice on how to remove the hacked index.html? should i just replace it with the original one? or i still have to do something else?

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Post by guilliam » Sun Dec 24, 2006 3:34 am

delete that index.html and restore a backup IF YOU HAVE. its most common that the "friendlies" have left files/scripts on your host that if you remove that index.html it will recreate again.

when you have restored your site,.. tighten your permission. 644 on files, 755 on folders ;)

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