Thanks, Charles. This problem might be a path problem, but a complicated one. When I installed the rebuildmems.cgi and called it up on the browser, it said:
Can't change directory to /home/zoomway/public_html/boards/Members
No such file or directory
The folder Members is there under boards just as the path shows in the Ultbb.setup file, but this is where my explanation might get complicated.
I have a large site that allows me to add on domains, in fact "addon domains" is the control panel program that allows other domains to function on my site. It requires that the domain name be real and with a registrar and that the nameservers get changed. All of which I did. If you type www.zoomway.com
into a browser, you'll see an index page that simply says "under construction." However, it's really one big redirect.
Anyone who sets up a subdomain knows the URL looks something like www.subdomain.maindomain.com,
or it can be accessed like any other subdirectory, i.e., www.maindomain.com/subdomain.
Well, that's how "addon domain" works, but it has a redirect that works swiftly and makes "www.subdomain.com" look and function like an independent site.
In other words, if you put this: http://www.swamptropolis.com/zoomway/
in a browser or this: http://www.zoomway.swamptropolis.com/
You'll get the very same "under construction" page you'd get by going directly to www.zoomway.com.
However, with ALL that said, if you put in http://www.zoomway.com/boards/Ultimate.cgi
you'll find my board there where it should be. Go figure.
Another example of true paths in Ultbb.setup are these:
$CGIURL = "http://www.zoomway.com/boards";
$NonCGIURL = "http://www.zoomway.com/boards/ubbhtml";
They work in that they take you to the blank index.html pages that are supposed to be there.
What do I need to change the paths to in Ultbb.setup for my Members lists and everything else to be found by control panel? It's like the Members folder is absolutely invisible.
There may be no cure for this problem, but if not, thanks for all your help anyway. I appreciate the time and effort.