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Problems in OJS 1.1.7 installation

Postby Beatriz » Tue Jul 06, 2004 8:28 am


I'm having problems in the step 5 of the OJS installation.
The page doesn't appear anything, no message, no error.

Could somebody help me?

Thanks, Beatriz
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Postby kevin » Tue Jul 06, 2004 9:07 pm

Can you load "install.php?op=step&step=5" directly?

Although I don't see anything that could prevent it from loading, the last installation page contains only some instructions, so the system should be effectively installed if the previous installation steps were successful.
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Problems in install ojs 1.1.7

Postby Guest » Wed Jul 07, 2004 8:00 am


I think the problem is because in the steps 3 and 4 we load "install.php?op=step&step=3" and "install.php?op=step&step=3 directly, but when we did this, the system doesn't save the configuration we enter in this steps, it doesn't execute


Do you have any ideia?

Thanks, Beatriz

PS: the same error is occuring when I try to install ojs1.1.5.

Postby kevin » Wed Jul 07, 2004 10:15 pm

Are you sure your server's PHP installation has MySQL support enabled? That would be one thing that could cause the "blank screen" behaviour you describe.

If you create a simple "test.php" file with a line of code like "<?phpinfo()?>" in it and load the script in a browser, that should tell you whether MySQL is enabled or not.
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