Fireworks are illegal here. At least anything that does anything other that glow. If it blows up or flies, it's banned.
That being said, LA probably has more fireworks going off on the 4th than any place in the USA. BIG ones. It sucks.
These assbites start weeks before. They set off crap all day and night year round really. One the 4th, all hell breaks loose.
I recorded some of it last night for your listening pleasure!
and left a message!
I called the other day
I got both shots.....last report about the deaths from Covid is....all deaths are people that did not get vax. There will be a surge the size of last years surge this Aug - Sep.
Mostly in red states.
There's already a surge with the Delta variant.
Still no vaccine for me. Still hearing about people dropping dead or getting messed up after taking it. Heart inflammation, blood clots and other fun stuff.
I still have some of the clothes your sweetie gave to me!
you should come visit me at flamewarriors.net. Ninster and 52 are there.
Love you, Wayne!
It might be that Elfie was accessing the forum from a non https link and then the https link. that would throw the cookie off
My boobs are the same!
refresh the browser and clear cookies if that doesn't work
what happens when you try?
This is what I'm doing, in case you are curious. These steps are after the forum was reinstalled and the database fixed.
Migration via Command Line (CLI)#
For forums with more than 250,000 posts, we recommend that you run the import on the command line rather than via the ACP.
This article is intended for customers who run the software independently on their own server or web hosting.
SSH access is required
PHP extension must be installed as CLI variant on the server
Ideally, Screen is also installed on the server (the process continues even if the internet connection is interrupted)
Starting the Import#
Connect to the server via PuTTY and change to the installation directory of the WoltLab Suite installation. If GNU Screen is installed on your server, you can start the CLI import as follows: screen -S import php cli.php
Alternatively, please use the command: php cli.php
If you are using GNU Screen, you can always switch to the started session afterwards with screen -x import.
Inputs in the Import Wizard#
Username: Enter your username.
Password: Enter your password.
After successful login enter import.
Select data source: Here will be asked what Importer you want to use. Enter the appropriate number.
Import the selected data: Now the data is requested that we want to import. So we start with 1 for users and then say 0 for all. So we choose one by one.
Behavior for colliding user acounts: Depending on whether it is a fresh install or already have users, they should be merged during Import.
Database credentials:: Please enter the login information to the source database. These are available in the configuration file of the old forum (e.g. config.inc.php).
Table prefix: When importing from a Burning Board 3.x, the prefix is eg wbb1_1_, phpBB usually use phpbb_ etc.
The correct table prefix can be looked up at any time in phpMyAdmin.
Installation path: The absolute server path to the old forum must be entered here.
Now the import starts. Depending on the server configuration and data size this may take a while.
After you have finished the data import, you must rebuild the data. This can be done with the following commands in the CLI session:
worker gallery\\system\\worker\\ThumbnailRebuildDataWorker (Only if the gallery is installed)
worker gallery\\system\\worker\\AlbumRebuildDataWorker (Only if the gallery is installed)
worker gallery\\system\\worker\\ImageRebuildDataWorker (Only if the gallery is installed)
worker blog\\system\\worker\\BlogRebuildDataWorker (Only if the blog is installed)
worker blog\\system\\worker\\BlogEntryRebuildDataWorker (Only if the blog is installed)
worker calendar\\system\\worker\\EventRebuildDataWorker (Only if the calendar is installed)
worker calendar\\system\\worker\\EventDateRebuildDataWorker (Only if the calendar is installed)
worker filebase\\system\\worker\\FilebaseRebuildDataWorker (Only if the filebase is installed)
worker filebase\\system\\worker\\FileVersionRebuildDataWorker (Only if the filebase is installed)
worker filebase\\system\\worker\\FilebaseReviewRebuildDataWorker (Only if the filebase is installed)
This rebuild usually takes about as long as the import itself.
But to make the comeback exciting, I'm going to put a big countdown timer - and count down 48 hours!
Won't that be fun?