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  • Wayne Luke
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    Are you using MySQL 5.5.8 at least?

    I am just wondering where you're getting the "libmysql - 5.1.73" from. Using PHP 7.1 through PHP 7.3, my client API Library for MySQl is mysqlnd 5.0.12-dev. On multiple servers.

    To use vBulletin 5.5.1, you need to have either the mysqli or mysqlnd and nd_mysqli libraries installed in PHP. You must be using a minimum version of MySQL 5.5.8 though it is recommended to use MySQL 5.7 or higher. If you are using MariaDB, we recommend at least version 10.2.
    Last edited by Wayne Luke; Wed 13th Mar '19, 9:55am.

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  • Omeka
    started a topic Big problem and my ignorance

    Big problem and my ignorance

    After a long time due to family problems, I decided to install a new forum starting from the last version 5.5.1. I created the database, I installed the new version on my domain, I insert the license key, I create the config file with all the data, I delete the makeconfig.php file, but then blank page and I don't want to go on with the installation.
    cpsrvd 11.76.0.18
    Database client version: libmysql - 5.1.73
    PHP extension: mysqli Curl documentation mbstring documentationDocumentation
    PHP version: 7.2.7
    I wonder where I went wrong. Thank you and good day.

    Log Error

    [13-Mar-2019 10:52:07 UTC] PHP Fatal error: Cannot declare class vB_dB_Assertor, because the name is already in use in /home/nqkiktif/lostregonebeneventocalcio.it/forum/core/vb/db/assertor.php on line 18
    [13-Mar-2019 10:53:05 UTC] PHP Fatal error: Cannot declare class vB_dB_Assertor, because the name is already in use in /home/nqkiktif/lostregonebeneventocalcio.it/forum/core/vb/db/assertor.php on line 18

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