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6 June 2012 at 8:10pm
I tried to make a fresh install the last beta 3 on two different servers (apache 2, php 5.3.13 [dotdeb], debian squeeze).
Same problem :
The content editor failed to appear.
Firebug sayd :
"tinyMCE is not defined"
more info in the attached screenshot.
Any idea ???
9 June 2012 at 2:41am
14 June 2012 at 4:23am
Can you confirm this the issue still exists when you change your profile language to en_US?
14 June 2012 at 6:53pm
Thanx for your answer.
Unluckly, I tried and it did not work even with US langage...
but luckly, I just managed to understand my mistake.
The installation process page always stopped saying there was a problem with friendly urls, but without clear failure message I just believed it was a small warning.... but I just added "AllowOverride All" to my apache configuration file and that's it ! And now I understand that the full installation process page is redirecting to the CMS frontpage.
What is missing there is a clear message saying that the installation FAILED because of the friendly url FAILURE. Because there was no clear message, I was always trying the CMS url and it seems OK... except the TinyMCE error.
My two cents : Do not enable the frontpage until the installation is fully successful and/or make a more clear FAILURE message about the friendly urls checking step.
Thanx for all your work and answers.
8 July 2012 at 3:38am Last edited: 8 July 2012 11:48am
Can you explain the changes you made to ".htaccess"?
I have the same problem you posted within your screenshot.
My provider is 1&1 and i just upgraded to "1&1 DUAL ADVANCED" to get SS3 running.
SilverStripe comes from stable download 3.0.0/28. June
Thanks in advance
14 August 2012 at 1:22am
I am facing the same error with the 3.0.1 stable version.
I am using en_us
There were no errors while installation.
Is there any solution for this ?
27 August 2012 at 10:32am
I am also having the same problem with 3.0.1
Is anyone working on this problem? A solution is urgently needed.
28 August 2012 at 9:35pm
@f2sm I cannot stress enough how much I agree!
I almost gave up on SilverStripe because of this. When installing at first, it appears that the AllowOverride All is a MINOR warning. Which it clearly is not. Please add a beautiful blood red message clarifying that the thing FAILED.
Otherwise, this thing looks good. Thanks for all the work.
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