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Thor Patcher - Failed to connect to server ~

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I am having trouble fixing this problem. please help me.

I was using the same patcher/config/web files on our test server, and it works perfectly fine.we are setting up our real server, this patcher is giving me this error. I already changed the url's (basic thing to do when setting up) and that's all I changed on my config.ini and main.ini. so I really don't know what's the problem here. I know that my url's is correct because my notice box is perfectly fine and working. I will give a free patcher design on anyone who can help me fix this. TIA

Notice Box

[NoticeBox:Box0]
Width=519
Height=215
Left=91
Top=163
URL='http://www.siegero.com/thor/news.php'

Config.ini

[Config:Main]

RootURL='http://siegero.com/thor/'

main.ini

[Main]
//Allow patching or not?
allow=true

//Should patcher ignore everything else and finish patch immediately?
Force_Start=false

//if not, what message should appear?
policy_msg=Server is taking a nap.

file_url=http://siegero.com/thor/data/

 

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make sure your webfiles have read permissions 

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5 hours ago, Cyro said:

make sure your webfiles have read permissions 

the permissions are default. didn't change anything other than urls in my config.ini, main.ini. 

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I dont know if this will solve your issue but try to change this

http://siegero.com/thor/data/

into this

http://www.siegero.com/thor/data/

as you can see i added www on the url.

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17 hours ago, Radian said:

I dont know if this will solve your issue but try to change this

http://siegero.com/thor/data/

into this

http://www.siegero.com/thor/data/

as you can see i added www on the url.

this may not fix his issue. some users are reporting that if their site is using ssl  thor wont work. you may have to create a subdomain that does not redirect you to https and that should solve your problem.

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