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  • Daisuke
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    Installing prob Link to this post

    Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_STRING, expecting T_OLD_FUNCTION or T_FUNCTION or T_VAR or '}' in /home/blah/public_html/blah/install.php on line 31

    Also for the forum, http://www.silverstripe.com/Security/lostpassword
    retrieving password link is not working properly.

  • Sam
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    Re: Installing prob Link to this post

    Thanks for the info, Daisuke. We'll get onto this this week.

    Once we've released an update, we'll post about it on the blog, and reply to your post here.

  • Daisuke
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    Re: Installing prob Link to this post

    Actually I contacted my webhost last night. Asmallorange(webhosting service - they have cool live chat support!)
    They said that my shared hosting plan doesn't support one of your requirements.. fast CGI or something i can't remember.. I got to try my other webhosting.

  • Sam
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    Re: Installing prob Link to this post

    From the looks of things your host doesn't support PHP 5. And I've accidentally put PHP 5 syntax in the installer.

    Yeah, not everyone supports PHP 5 sadly - it's a pain; it's been out for 2 1/2 years already!

  • Daisuke
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    Re: Installing prob Link to this post

    The server supports

    Software Versions

    * Linux 2.6
    * Apache 1.3
    * PHP 4.4 with Zend Optimizer
    * PHP 5.1
    * MySQL 4.1
    * Ruby on Rails 1.1
    * Perl 5.8
    * Python 2.4

  • Simon
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    We're running Debian Sarge 3.1r2 with 2.6 Linux Kernel

    # Apache 2.2.3
    # PHP5.1.6
    # MySQL 5.0.20

    I'd say its probably the old apache support.

    Drew mentioned also that some server config's don't run php5 files by default.. Try adding the following to your .htaccess file

    AddType x-mapp-php5 .php
    AddHandler application/x-httpd-php5 .php

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