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WordPress Automatic Upgrade Plugin: Update — 7 Comments

  1. Pingback: WPAU Bugfixes and Updates « Techie Buzz

  2. I enjoy both the automatic upgrade, and the do-follow plugin. However, I did not realize they didn’t work togehter. I guess I have to check up on this then, and get the new version. Thanks 🙂

  3. Hi Jakob,

    The new version does just what it’s supposed to do and I actually prefer it this way rather than have the attempt to make the plugin absolutely compatible with every other plugin out there (how many are there?). That would be an impossible task now wouldn’t it? 🙂

  4. Hi Luca,

    I just checked Quadreria and it appears to be working okay so perhaps you solved your problem already? If you’re still having some problems, follow the link in the beginning of the above post and let Keith know what they are. He’ll be better able to find solutions for you since he;s the plugin author. I just gave him enough information so he was able to fix a couple of bugs.

    I like your sites! Too bad I can’t read Italian though. Using “Babel Fish” only works to a point.

  5. Hello,
    just using the WPAU and at the end of the upgrade process, the site shows only white page and always redirect to /wp-admin/install.php.
    Any idea is welcome,
    Thanks for reading.

    • Albert – I need a bit more information in order to find out what went wrong.

      What version of WordPress did you upgrade from? I’m assuming that you upgraded to the latest version of WordPress (2.8.5)

      Did you upgrade manually or via the built in auto-upgrade feature?

      Did you disable all your plugins before upgrading (if you upgraded manually)?

      Initially, if you’re being redirected to “install.php” that either means that you need to clear out your browser’s cache and reload the page (the “lucky” way) or that your WP install is not seeing your blog’s original database and is creating a new one as if this was a new install (the “not-so-lucky” way). This can mean there’s a problem with your “wp-config.php” file as this is the file that points your install to the correct database and has the DB username and password. If you upgraded from a very old version of WordPress to the latest then there’s the chance that the old “wp-config” file will no longer work and the settings have to be transferred over to the latest version of the file (included in the download of the latest version of WP–file called “wp-config-sample.php”).

      Either way, I need that information and then we can go from there.