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    Hello

    PHP Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at l/includes/vb5/applicationabstract.php:713) in /includes/vb5/cookie.php on line 44

    what is this mistake and how to remove it?

  • #2
    Make sure there are no characters, not even spaces or blank lines, before the "<?php" in either of your config.php files. Make sure they do not end with "?>"
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    Wayne Luke
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    • #3
      <?php
      /*======================================================================*\
      || #################################################################### ||
      || # vBulletin Core Configuration # ||
      || # ---------------------------------------------------------------- # ||
      || # All PHP code in this file is 2000-2012 vBulletin Solutions Inc. # ||
      || # This file may not be redistributed in whole or significant part. # ||
      || # ---------------- VBULLETIN IS NOT FREE SOFTWARE ---------------- # ||
      || # http://www.vbulletin.com | http://www.vbulletin.com/license.html # ||
      || #################################################################### ||
      \*======================================================================*/



      checked, no spaces or characters, and the file is closed correctly

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      • #4
        Make a new config file by downloading a fresh copy of the package and renaming /core/includes.config.php.new to /core/includes/config.php.

        When editing it to put the database credentials in, make sure you are using a proper text editor such as Notepad++ - do not use Windows Notepad, nor Wordpad.

        Also make sure your front end config file is NOT edited, other than the renaming of it to config.php.
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        • #5
          thanks

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