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Search fails to work..

Started by paulheu, February 21, 2006, 12:30:20 AM

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paulheu

On a forum I am doing some work on the search function does not work, when you enter search and then enter a string (and hit 'search') it comes up with a blank page..

see here: http://forums.rockbox.org [nofollow]

kegobeer

Does this happen when you use the default theme?
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paulheu

It makes no difference which theme I choose. Search worked fine before the upgrade to RC2 (from RC1)

kegobeer

Have you tried uploading a fresh copy of Search.php?
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paulheu

yes.. to no avail.. I still get an empty results screen when entering a search..

JayBachatero

Does your spell check work?  If you disable the spell check does the search work?
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paulheu

Spellcheck also comes up with an empty window..

redone

Contact your host and tell them you need Pspell compiled with apache.

paulheu

I disabled the spellchecker and search works again..

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Quote from: paulheu on February 23, 2006, 10:38:05 AM
I disabled the spellchecker and search works again..

I suggest you contact your host regarding that.

JayBachatero

Even though Pspell might be compiled with PHP there might not be no dictionaries installed.  I suggest you ask your host to check for installed dictionaries not just to see if Pspell was installed.
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