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(I didn't see installation page yet and I stick tihs message.) I saw this error message:
DB Error: Table 'db240451381.journals' doesn't exist
smiri wrote:Hi Hakan,
If you have access to your server error_logs, have you checked them to see what the problem is?
Also, you can add the line below to you index.php right after the <?php to see what the problem is.
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Something doesn't make sense here. If the system isn't installed yet, then it shouldn't be looking for a DB table. Did you run the manual install script from the command line before?
I would suggest deleting all your files, and all you OJs databases and starting again from the beginning. Use a different directory and database names and try it again. If you run into the same problem again, please let me know exactly what you did, step by step so I can see what the problem is.
Try to follow the steps from http://pkp.sfu.ca/support/forum/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=2967
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Alternately, turning on the "Debug" option in your config.inc.php file will result in more debugging information that might be of some help.
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