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can not install ojs

Postby sshjo » Mon Oct 25, 2004 2:55 am

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after decompressing the ojs, running install.php scripts gives me uncountable notices, the configuration settings are also full of notices.am using php 4.2.1 and mysql ver. 4.2.0.

am not sure what the problem is because i have checked my php.ini for relevant settings but still the same problem persists. pliiiiiiiiz help! :(
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Re: can not install ojs

Postby ramon » Mon Oct 25, 2004 6:02 am

sshjo wrote::(
after decompressing the ojs, running install.php scripts gives me uncountable notices, the configuration settings are also full of notices.am using php 4.2.1 and mysql ver. 4.2.0.

am not sure what the problem is because i have checked my php.ini for relevant settings but still the same problem persists. pliiiiiiiiz help! :(


It would be interesting to know what kind of errors are being displayed.

Mostly, installation errors occur because of:
- folder permission problems (sould be 775)
- owner of folder is different from web/apache owner (chown command). The user should be the same (run a ps -ef | grep apache to display the owner of the apache folder)
- the mysql user and password are not correct. Check with your support team.
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Postby kevin » Mon Oct 25, 2004 10:09 am

If you are receiving a lot of PHP notice messages, you should decrease the error_reporting level in your php.ini to the default value.
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