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Jon Schalliol
2004-04-28, 22:18
I'm experiencing the following condition on my webserver:

http://www.schalliol.com/temp/sq_error.gif

I decided to get the latest build for OS X (10.3.3) and that didn't
help. Any idea how to get this to work properly? Thanks!

Best,
Jon

kdf
2004-04-29, 00:11
Looks like you have old skin data there. The newest builds use a new system
called Template Toolkit. What might help here is to go into server settings,
additional server settings, performance. Turn off HTML Caching, and fresh the
browser window. Then you can turn it back on.

-kdf

Quoting Jon Schalliol <slimdevices (AT) schalliol (DOT) com>:

> I'm experiencing the following condition on my webserver:
>
> http://www.schalliol.com/temp/sq_error.gif
>
> I decided to get the latest build for OS X (10.3.3) and that didn't
> help. Any idea how to get this to work properly? Thanks!
>
> Best,
> Jon
>

Richard Purdie
2004-04-29, 06:00
kdf:
> Quoting Jon Schalliol <slimdevices (AT) schalliol (DOT) com>:
>
> > I'm experiencing the following condition on my webserver:
> >
> > http://www.schalliol.com/temp/sq_error.gif
> >
> > I decided to get the latest build for OS X (10.3.3) and that didn't
> > help. Any idea how to get this to work properly? Thanks!
>
> Looks like you have old skin data there. The newest builds use a new
system
> called Template Toolkit. What might help here is to go into server
settings,
> additional server settings, performance. Turn off HTML Caching, and fresh
the
> browser window. Then you can turn it back on.

I've had similar problems and turning the Caching on and off didn't help.
Clearing out the browser cache did the trick though.

RP