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I tried to install OJS2.0 on a Fedora Core 3 System.
I get the first Installation form to fillin details
But when I click on 'Install Open Journal Systems' after filling in all the details
I get a blank screen.
I get the same blank screen even if I click on the 'Manual Installation'
The following is my system configuration
Server version: Apache/2.0.52
Could you please help me solve this problem?
IISC, Bangalore, India
Are you sure that your PHP installation has MySQL support enabled? You can check with phpinfo()
Generally, on most Linux distributions you need to install an additional php-mysql or php4-mysql package to install MySQL client support in PHP.
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Yes. You are correct. I didn't install php-mysql
After installing that package it works like a charm.
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