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16 August 2007 at 9:22am Last edited: 16 August 2007 9:22am
I've uploaded the silverstripe script and created the database, all settings in the install.php page are green and fine (minus one warning about 'Check that the php.ini setting allow_call_time_pass_reference is on' - which I don't believe would halt it).
When I continue with the install, the following appears:
I am now running through the installation steps (this should take about 30 seconds)
If you receive a fatal error, refresh this page to continue the installation
Creating 'assets' folder...
Creating '.htaccess' file...
Existing .htaccess found, merging in SilverStripe rewrite rules
Building database schema...
I've waited a couple of minutes and the page does not reload or continue - and checking the database - nothing has been created.
I'm running SilverStripe on a Linux server with Apache/PHP.
Could someone please advise on a fix?
22 August 2007 at 8:51am
I have tried that and still no good.
Im getting frustrated as have tried it 3 times on 3 diferent databases. It looks like such a good system... cant wait to use it.
22 August 2007 at 1:48pm Last edited: 22 August 2007 2:41pm
There is not DB folder in your script installation - and it returns a page not found when I try that url (obviously changing it to my domain).
Could someone just export the database for me as SQL... having this alternative would be much simpler I can simply then import the database structure manually.
22 August 2007 at 3:00pm
Not quite sure if this will work dude :S...
Keep me posted ill help were I can.
22 August 2007 at 3:25pm
Well, I assume that if someone who didn't have a problem installing it could then send me any schema files (xml?) and their database structure/data in an SQL dump then that would be the equivelent of the script building the database schema.
Worth a try - I've seen numerous more posts with people with the same problem and no answers - makes sense to have the SQL file for manual installation.
22 August 2007 at 3:51pm Last edited: 22 August 2007 4:07pm
There isn't meant to be a db folder, the 404 just means your redirect rules have not been set up correctly, due to the installation failing. I've attached a .htaccess, place it in your root directory and try the db/build again.
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