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I bought it. It shows on my Projects Page at the Concrete5 Website. It doesn't show in my website. I assigned the only license to the only project. What am I missing? A few other Add-Ons are also uninstalled.

rrosskopf
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ob7dev replied on at Permalink Reply
ob7dev
Did you unzip it and stick it in your packages directory?
rrosskopf replied on at Permalink Reply
rrosskopf
No, I tried to install it the easy way - through the Dashboard->Extend Concrete5
ob7dev replied on at Permalink Reply
ob7dev
So your website is connected to the concrete marketplace? I personally have never installed packages this way. You can try downloading the package and unzipping it into your packages directory. Another thing to check is make sure the /packages directory is owned by the web server user, in apache, this is usually www-data.
rrosskopf replied on at Permalink Reply
rrosskopf
Grr... Why does nothing work? I can't figure out where to download the file. Only one of four add-ons has actually showed up on my website. The others seem to be in some sort of limbo.
ob7dev replied on at Permalink Reply
ob7dev
https://www.concrete5.org/marketplace/addons

Download from the addons marketplace area of the main concrete5.org website.
rrosskopf replied on at Permalink Reply
rrosskopf
I don't see any buttons marked "Download", except for the one that downloads Concrete5. The Add-Ons show up in My Account, and have been assigned, but again - no where is there a Download button.
ob7dev replied on at Permalink Reply
ob7dev
If its a paid for add on itll be under your accout page, under purchased add ons.
rrosskopf replied on at Permalink Reply
rrosskopf
LIke I said, it shows up on my Account Page, but there is no button designated as "download".
ob7dev replied on at Permalink Reply
ob7dev
Click your name in top right to go to yoir account, it should say something like 'get at your addons/licenses'... click that then click 'Download Archive' next to the addon, then select most recent version and download.
rrosskopf replied on at Permalink Reply
rrosskopf
Sorry, No. There is no "Download Archive" button, only a detail button.
ob7dev replied on at Permalink Reply 1 Attachment
ob7dev
I think your on the wrong screen. See the picture Im attaching, see where it says 'Download Archive' on the right?
rrosskopf replied on at Permalink Reply 1 Attachment
rrosskopf
Here is a screenshot of what I see...
ob7dev replied on at Permalink Reply
ob7dev
It looks like its not showing Download because theres no available Licenses, because you've already applied the license to a project. You can unlink the license somehow, which then allows you to download it. You've got to go into the project page for the site its applied to, then unlink it.

Should be under:
https://www.concrete5.org/profile/projects/...
rrosskopf replied on at Permalink Reply
rrosskopf
Thanks, that did the trick. Now I have to figure out how to send and unzip the file. The whole point of Concrete5, at least to me, was that I wouldn't have to use FTP to manage my website.
ob7dev replied on at Permalink Reply
ob7dev
If thats the case, I would look into solving why the marketplace connection wasn't working correctly. It may have had something to do with the file permissions of the /packages folder....
rrosskopf replied on at Permalink Reply
rrosskopf
I downloaded the package to Public_HTML/Concrete/Packages, and reassigned the license, but it still isn't showing up.
tallacman replied on at Permalink Reply
tallacman
did you unstuff the package?
rrosskopf replied on at Permalink Reply
rrosskopf
Yes, I unzipped it.
maar replied on at Permalink Reply
maar
Hi,

Hi, It's about time we get this fixed. We developed the C5DK Blog package, and no one have ever complained that it could not be installed.

So please PM me or even better, please PM the user C5DK, and if this is a problem then please send a email to [email protected] directly and we will happily help you with this issue!

/Michael
Concrete5 Denmark
rrosskopf replied on at Permalink Reply
rrosskopf
The issue may have to do with not having the latest version. I thought I had the latest version, because the application reports that there are no updates, but it turns out that I am using Concrete 5.6.3.4 and not 5.7.5. According to the release notes, C5DK requires 5.7.5.

I was saddened to discover the lack of an upgrade script. It appears my only option is to migrate as many files as I can to a new installation of my website. A simple version check embedded in the update routine, or some sort of error code might have saved me a lot of grief, but not as much as a better upgrade plan. I've really appreciated Concrete5 until now.
ob7dev replied on at Permalink Reply
ob7dev