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My signature script (outputs what's playing in winamp) stopped working after the servermove. location: http://www.x111.com/XIII/mp3playing/listen.php?name=mp3 It's coming up with error messages about not being able ...

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    Script p00f after servermove Starfish>Xenon

    My signature script (outputs what's playing in winamp) stopped working after the servermove.

    location:
    http://www.x111.com/XIII/mp3playing/listen.php?name=mp3

    It's coming up with error messages about not being able to find the font, but the font is still there and I've changed nothing.
    Any ideas?

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    Have you checked the permissions set on the font? The error message states that it can't find/open it. So perhaps it isn't allowed to open the font file due to permissions. Check to see which user owns the script and ensure that the permissions on the font allow that owner to open/execute it.

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    Also, check the path you have specified to reach that font. There was a post about a similar issue this weekend. Some Aletia accouts were stored in /home2 on the old servers and are now in /home, so if you have an absolute path to that font file in your script, it could be incorrect.

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    Hmm, nope, not even with 777.
    There must be something different on Xenon imho, I have been using that script since April without modifying it.

    EDIT: the script looks for the font at ./ , which is where it is.

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    See if this thread helps you out.

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    Thanks, but I already fixed it, thanks to your pointer in the right direction.
    The script always worked at Aletia with:
    PHP Code:
    $fontpath './'
    I now substituted it with:
    PHP Code:
    $fontpath $DOCUMENT_ROOT '/XIII/mp3playing/'
    And it's working again.
    Different serverconfig? (and no, I obviously don't know what I'm blabbering)

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    Glad to see you got it worked out.

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