How to change a buggy module

18.1.2. How to change a buggy module

You activated a buggy PHP-Nuke module. Now, your site is broken and you get a blank page, or you only see errors and the administration panel is unreachable...

Connect to the MySQL database and change the value of the "active" field in the $prefix_modules table to 0 for that module's entry. Example (see Site crashed when block was created and logout-Fehler): suppose the broken module is Mod_Broken, your $prefix is "nuke" and the value of the module id, "mid", field for the Mod_Broken module is "7"):

UPDATE nuke_modules SET active = '0' WHERE mid = '7';

or (if you prefer to select by title and not by module id)

UPDATE nuke_modules SET active = '0' WHERE title = 'Mod_Broken';
 

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