|Subject:||[Phptest-users] Re:Using the test-partly fixed|
|Date:||Sat, 01 Feb 2003 11:05:29 -0800|
I discovered that some of my files were not correctly unpacked by Linux. Mainly the sql file, my window machine was able to unpack the file correctly. I will go back and try some of the suggestion give to me. Thank you for your quick responses.
From: Brandon Tallent [mailto:address@hidden]
Subject: Re: [Phptest-users] Using the test
I wasn't aware of that problem...can you duplicate it
somewhere and shoot me the url so I can take a look?
Also, I seem to remember having a similar
> problem and I actually had
> to make sure that I have more questions than I
> actually needed. There is a
> glitch in the test in that it doesn't quite add the
> number of test questions
> quite right. So try adding an extra couple of
> questions to the test, both
> required and random, and then you should see the
> problem disappear. So have
> 13 required and 6 random questions and leave the
> test set at 12 and 5.
> >Reply-To: general phptest discussion
> >Subject: [Phptest-users] Using the test
> >After setting up Phptest- I can login and add users
> and event do some
> >editing on the test database, when I try to use the
> test I get the error
> >that there are not enough required questions?
> >It is running on a Linux box RedHat 8
> >I have 12 required questions and 5 random.
> >I am very new to Php and Linux.
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