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    I just recently got a VPS because shared hosting wasn't strong enough for me. But when I tried to install vB again, I get this error. And even GoDaddy support won't help.. all they do is tell me to Google it.

    "Fatal error: Call to undefined function mysqli_init() in /home/innsomnimania/public_html/urbanvapekartel/uvk/includes/class_core.php on line 1348"

    Any idea how to fix it?
    They see me trollin' they hatin.

  • #2
    Need to install the MySQLi modules for php.

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    • #3
      The hosts need to enable mysqli support on the server.
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      • #4
        I'm new to the VPS scene.. how would I do that?
        They see me trollin' they hatin.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Mark.B View Post
          The hosts need to enable mysqli support on the server.
          They told me to do it myself. But didn't say how.
          They see me trollin' they hatin.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by MaxwellMorphine View Post
            I'm new to the VPS scene.. how would I do that?
            Best bet is to ask the hosts to do it.
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            • #7
              Originally posted by Mark.B View Post

              Best bet is to ask the hosts to do it.
              Refer to above post.
              They see me trollin' they hatin.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by MaxwellMorphine View Post

                Refer to above post.
                I'm afraid if your host tells you to 'just Google it' then you need a new host.
                We can't provide support for the server installation - your host is meant to do that.

                You should get back onto them and explain the issue, they have not set up your server correctly.
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                • #9
                  If he has a VPS, then unless it came as a managed package (which is highly unlikly) then he is expected to manage it, not the host, so their replies are correct.

                  How you install it depends on what OS is on the server to start with.
                  TBH, if you are asking questions like that then you should not really be using a VPS, as you need to be able to maintain them yourself.
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Paul M View Post
                    If he has a VPS, then unless it came as a managed package (which is highly unlikly) then he is expected to manage it, not the host, so their replies are correct.

                    How you install it depends on what OS is on the server to start with.
                    TBH, if you are asking questions like that then you should not really be using a VPS, as you need to be able to maintain them yourself.
                    It is managed, but only by cPanel. It's not fully managed. But I did however find out how to enable MySQLi, I think. Here's what the shell says, does this mean it's enabled?
                    They see me trollin' they hatin.

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                    • #11
                      I got it working now. I found where to enable it, and got it working. Thanks for the help, guys!
                      They see me trollin' they hatin.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Paul M View Post
                        If he has a VPS, then unless it came as a managed package (which is highly unlikly) then he is expected to manage it, not the host, so their replies are correct.

                        How you install it depends on what OS is on the server to start with.
                        TBH, if you are asking questions like that then you should not really be using a VPS, as you need to be able to maintain them yourself.
                        Also, I'm an excellent researcher and studier. This is my VERY first VPS experience, because shared hosting, you don't manage at all. I wanted to try my hands at this, and so far, I've only hit a couple of snags, but resolved them fairly easily. And all by researching and learning how.

                        I leave you with one quote, an old Chinese proverb.

                        "He who asks a question is a fool for five minutes, he who doesn't ask a question remains a fool forever."

                        My interpretation of that is, how do you learn without asking questions?
                        They see me trollin' they hatin.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by MaxwellMorphine View Post
                          Here's what the shell says, does this mean it's enabled?
                          Yep, it does.

                          Originally posted by MaxwellMorphine View Post
                          how do you learn without asking questions?
                          Google it

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