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It looks like something's wrong with Dean's Radio install.
Tonight I republished many times.
Hmm. The .root files store all your data, so getting rid of them will kill your blog completely.
If your Radio install is screwed, one thing to try is:
- make a complete copy of your Radio UserLand directory
- reinstall and let Radio run, but shut it down when your web browser pops up with the "It worked!" screen
- copy weblogData.root from your backup directory (Radio UserLand Backup\Data Files\weblogData.root) into your new Radio UserLand\Data Files directory. Also copy everything from www.
- run Radio again with fingers crossed
This will help if the problem is in one of the other databases, for example Radio.root, which contains all of Radio's program code. weblogData.root contains all your posts, and www holds templates and stories.
If you've backed up your blog with the new blog browser code (can't find the link to the howto right now), you may be able to restore this month's posts.
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