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Anyway to switch off the update check?

 
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I just successfully installed JForum on tomcat.
But I'm still wondering, is there a way to switch off the update check on the admin page?
The problem is that it's installed on a server that has no access out to the internet. So, there's quite a lot of Connection Exceptions logging in the log files.
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Open the file SystemGlobals.properties and edit the url there. It is in the end of the file.

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Sorry for the late reply, but it's been solved.

I downloaded the latest_version.txt and put that in the application directory. In the SystemGlobals file I changed the URL to the local latest_version.txt. No more log entries now.

Thanks mate...
[originally posted on jforum.net by rainmaker2k]
 
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