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29 March 2007 at 11:36am
I'm trying to install SS on my Win XP Pro system. It currently has XAMPP running with Joomla and ZenCart. These applications are working fine. I placed the SS folders/files in the htdocs folder and navigated to http://localhost/silverstripe-v2.0/install.php.
The install check is all OK except for "Memory allocated (PHP config option 'memory_limit')". I edited php.ini to the recommended 32M and retried install but no luck. Get the same memory error msg.
Next scrolled back to the top of the install check page and selected "Please reinstall..." and clicked the Install button.
The Installing SilverStripe page appears but installation stops with the following error msg just below Building database schema...,
"Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_IF in C:\JoomlaStarterKit\htdocs\silverstripe-v2.0\sapphire\core\SSViewer.php on line 219"
Anyone have any idea what may be causing this install hang?
Core Development Team
29 March 2007 at 8:10pm
make sure your files are properly extracted? seem to have a few people with issues around that, with a few files missing. is every file from 'sapphire' in your targz actually sitting on your website now?
also, see if the 2.0.1 beta gives you more luck; it doesn't seem like it has created any more bugs, only fixed most of the main ones from 2.0.0.
29 March 2007 at 11:56pm
Downloaded/extracted silverstripe-v2.0.1-rc2.tar.gz. Getting the exact same response posted in original post. Same number of files in the two separate 'sapphire' folders also.
Tried extracting with both WinZip and ZipGenius to see if there was a snafu there, but did't make any difference.
So, guess I'm out of luck with this OS partition. Will restore another XP on separate partition and try the windows SS installer with php instead of XAMPP that came with the Joomla package.
30 March 2007 at 2:47am
Sigurd, I tried but no joy:
Ran the windows all in one install on the fresh XP SP2 partition. The install went through its steps without a glitch. Then opened the CMS admin and it asked me to login. Tried admin and password, no go. Opened _config.php in mysite and found this,
$project = 'mysite';
$databaseConfig = array(
"type" => "MySQLDatabase",
"username" => "root",
"password" => "",
"database" => "SS_mysite",
"server" => "localhost:3307",
? root and no password ? I'm now absolutely positive I don't know enough to get SS up and running and pretty much convinced I never will.
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