for Blogslammer users - free Log In check/XML-RPC enabling script

silvermario

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Hi, i'm in the making of a simple PHP script for use with my
Blogslammer blogs. It will check a list of wordpress blogs in
blogslammer format, for example:

http://www.blog1.com^username^password
http://www.blog2.com^username2^password2

and check if your blog still exist by trying to log in.
Then if if a blog log in attempt was successfull the script will
try to enable the XML-RPC option in Writing Options of each blog.

This option must be enabled if you are using such tools like
Blogslammer to post to your blogs and since WordPress version 2.6.0
it's disabled by default.

After trying to log in and enabling XML-RPC the script will spit out
a list of blogs with failed log in attempts and another one with successful
attempts.

If some of you would like to have this script i will be more motivated
to make it and i will post it here :D
 

tyronebd

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I don't use blogslammer (yet) because it's not that easy to install/configure... you're tool can easily change that :)
 

cosminautRU

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This sounds Really great, I am sure Rob will endorse this....Thank You!
 

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I would be interested in something like this. I currently use BlogSlammer. Thanks
 

litenup

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Definitely interested.
Sounds like it would build some interest in blogslammer and ease the learning curve.
 

miker99

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I also use blogslammer and this would be a great addition.
 

f00fSteR

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def interested bro... post it up...

you will get much thanks :p
 

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i would be interested in hearing how you got blogslammer to work! i bought it before christmas from rjhere, but could not get it to work -- watched the videos, posted in the blogslammer forum, emailed, pm'd him at this forum, no response, so finally had to request a refund tonight. hate to do it because the program appears to have some power but if it don't work and is unsupported, what else can be done.
 

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i would be interested in hearing how you got blogslammer to work! i bought it before christmas from rjhere, but could not get it to work -- watched the videos, posted in the blogslammer forum, emailed, pm'd him at this forum, no response, so finally had to request a refund tonight. hate to do it because the program appears to have some power but if it don't work and is unsupported, what else can be done.

First off, I think the script that's being proposed by silvermario would be a useful one :)

@jarnold: May I ask what were the problems that you encountered with blogslammer, please?

You might also want to post the problems or difficulties that you've encountered in the blogslammer thread here:http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackh...tent-generation-seconds.html?highlight=rjhere

Thank you :)

Cheerio :)
 

shylesson

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I love blogslammer for creating and maintaining blog farms for link building. I would love a script like this mate. Please keep us updated if you do get to it~
 

silvermario

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You wanted it, you got it ;)

I made this script for myself, so i had to add some kind of user interface
to make it usable for you.

What this script does:
  • logs in to your list of blogs
  • checks if your blogs are still up and haven't been deleted ( it outputs HTTP status code )
  • checks if the xml-rpc posting option is editable by blog user
  • finally turns ON the XML-RPC posting option

If you like you can only check your list of blogs without messing with
editing the xml-rpc option, just check "Just check my blogs" radio button in
the form (checked by default).

If you like to turn on the XML-RPC option in your blogs check "TURN ON XML-RPC posting option" in the form.

This script is in PHP and i made it to work on my local machine. I use XAMPP
to run Apache server and to process PHP files. If you don't have Apache server
installed try XAMPP, it's easy to install and to run.

This script was tested on XAMPP for Windows Version 1.6.6a installed with PHP version 5.2.5.

You can modify this script and use it for free, it can be a base for an
automated script to change many things in your wordpress blogs,
for example you could mass add categories, edit blogroll or even post at your
blogs.


Hope it helps :D

regards
silvermario
 

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koolkev

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I have to have XAMPP installed or have apache on my local machine to have this work right? Cause when I just put it on my server it gives me an error. I don't know php either or this would probably be dead obvious.

"Warning: curl_setopt() [function.curl-setopt]: CURLOPT_FOLLOWLOCATION cannot be activated when in safe_mode or an open_basedir is set in /home/argyl4/public_html/tools/index.php on line 36

Fatal error: Cannot instantiate non-existent class: domdocument in /home/argyl4/public_html/tools/index.php on line 109"
 

silvermario

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I have to have XAMPP installed or have apache on my local machine to have this work right? Cause when I just put it on my server it gives me an error. I don't know php either or this would probably be dead obvious.

"Warning: curl_setopt() [function.curl-setopt]: CURLOPT_FOLLOWLOCATION cannot be activated when in safe_mode or an open_basedir is set in /home/argyl4/public_html/tools/index.php on line 36

Fatal error: Cannot instantiate non-existent class: domdocument in /home/argyl4/public_html/tools/index.php on line 109"

You should install XAMPP on your PC and run it from there. You can put this file on your server and run it too, but i suppose you have shared hosting account which for security reasons has "SAFE_MODE ON" and the script wont work there.
 

cosminautRU

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silvermario Thanks so much for this....will test this as soon as my training with Rob starts:D
 
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