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OCS 2.3.2 installation not possibly PLEASE HELP!!!!

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OCS 2.3.2 installation not possibly PLEASE HELP!!!!

Postby Chris23 » Mon Jul 26, 2010 2:11 pm

Hi

so I have loaded all files on the FTP and exactly follow the command in the Readme I have set all rights described properly.

If I want to carry out the installation then in the web browser the mistake always comes

Fatal error: Class 'PKPInstall' not found in /home/www/web3/html/ocs/classes/install/Install.inc.php on line 30

can someboda help me please, because I do not know any more further.
I do not know also what I wrong makes

Thank you.

greets Chris
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Re: OCS 2.3.2 installation not possibly PLEASE HELP!!!!

Postby mcrider » Thu Jul 29, 2010 10:55 am

Hi Chris,

Does the file lib/pkp/classes/install/PKPInstall.inc.php exist?

Cheers,
Matt
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Re: OCS 2.3.2 installation not possibly PLEASE HELP!!!!

Postby Chris23 » Thu Jul 29, 2010 2:33 pm

thank you...

but i had copied the CMS in a subdirectory...

i think that was my problem...

i have now the CMS in the first directory and the installation was successful....


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