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I am a newbie of OJS 2. I have installed apache 1.33, php 4.3.11 and mysql 4.1 on Windows2000. But when I try to run OJS2, it always prompts the following error message box:
\ was not found! (using localhost to test OJS first.)
I digged into the OJS2 a little bit. Maybe it is a bug? I guess the "\" should be "/". Anyone can help me out?
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You must fix the config files for both php and apache for the addressing of temporary files.
It should always be a forward slash (i.e: "C:/Program Files/apache/") for example. After the installation, the system uses the Windows standard, which must be fixed.
On another note, if you manage to make the email work for 1.x please send the config. Thank you.
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