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  • Wayne Luke
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    Servers determine what files you can and cannot see. Either the permissions are off, the files are in the wrong group, owned by the wrong person or the server administrator has prohibited them. None of these things are something we can actually fix. You should make sure all your PHP files are chmod 644 or 755. All directories should be chmod 755. Your files should belong to a group accessible by the webserver.

    The error above appears to point to some sort of addon or other modification that creates a content type we don't recognize.

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  • l'ultime_dess
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    Well, due to the lack of solution, we moved to 4.2, maybe it will work later
    If you get any new ideas, tell us !
    Thanks for the help

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  • l'ultime_dess
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    5.0.0 alpha 1

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  • Omeka
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    http://www.vbulletin.com/forum/forum...4-1-1-to-5-0-5

    I inserted the images attached to this discussion, and refer to the error I received.

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  • l'ultime_dess
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    Hmm, I'm afraid I don't understand what you mean by "display version by mistake"

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  • Omeka
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    I understand, but I ask you, when you display version by mistake?

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  • l'ultime_dess
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    From 4.1 to 5.0.5

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  • Omeka
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    In what version?

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  • l'ultime_dess
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    Step 141/166

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  • Omeka
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    In which step gives you this error?

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  • l'ultime_dess
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    I lowered the value to 80 and then to 20, still failing.
    I haven't increased the maximum execution time for PHP though, I'm going to try that.

    I don't know much but it looks like there a "safe mode" that cannot be unactivated.

    But I don't think it's the problem as I don't have "Fatal error>: Maximum execution time of 30"

    It's the step 141/166.

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  • Omeka
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    In which step gives you this error? It seems a data processing error, it takes too much time. Watch this topic:

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  • l'ultime_dess
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    So, I deleted everything, reuploaded the dump of the database, I uploaded the vb5 files. But, when I try to execute upgrade.php, after some time, I get this error :
    Action required :
    Unexpected Text
    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="windows-1252"?>
    <b>API Error</b><br><b>Error:</b> invalid_contenttype_class_specified<br><b>Args:</b><br><pre style="font-family:Lucida Console,Monaco5,monospace;font-size:small;overflow:auto;border:1px solid #CCC;">array (
    0 =&gt; '23',
    )</pre>

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  • Omeka
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    You do not need no conversion, upload the files of version 5 and do the upgrade, in this mode, http:// domain / core / install / upgrade.php.

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  • l'ultime_dess
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    Ok, so now I have vbulletin connect, but I don't have my database anymore.
    I made a dump just before the upgrade.
    How to convert the vb4.sql to a vb5.sql ?

    I see that I can "Convert your database with easy-to-use tool" but I don't find it !

    Thanks for helping

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