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Knowledgeroot / Re: How to setup default rights for register users
« on: May 21, 2016, 08:47:01 AM »
Hi Frank,

Thanks for your reply.

I modified config.php as below

<?php
$CONF = array (
        "cssfile" => "system/extension/register/extension-register.css",

        "enabled" => "1",
        "defaultgroup" => "2", // id for the default group - admin: 1, users: 2 (should be default)
        "othergroups" => "1,90", // comma seperate list of ids for other groups
        "defaultrights" => "111",
        "admin" => "0",
        "rightedit" => "0",
        "theme" => "wordpress",
        "language" => "en",
        "requiredpasswordlength" => "6",
);
?>

but unfortuantely the problem still can't be resolved.

I found the reason is group as red marked in attached snapshot. the default is admin. if i change to  users, all outputs turns to what i want. and i can't find "group" setting in config.php So could you please let me know how to change "groups" in file? Thanks

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Knowledgeroot / How to setup default rights for register users
« on: May 20, 2016, 08:50:30 PM »
Hi Expert,

I enabled the extension "class for registering users" and let users to register the system. But i found all new register users have read+write rights as default. i checked at backend that the default rights going to "admin". So my question is how to set the default rights to "user"? Thanks


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Yes. it is the root cause. Issue is resolved now. Thanks

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Hi,

I have an issue when import extention to backend of knowledgeroot.

error message shows on left top of page that "cannot move to cache". snapshot as attahed.

In meantime i can't find the extension which i want to upload just now.

Kindly guide me how to solve this problem. Thanks

My system:
Ubuntu 14.04, Apache2, PHP5, Mysql, knowledgeroot 1.0.4

i set rights for cache folder as 777

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