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  • Error installing on sub-directory 5.1.3

    I have been try my best to install the 5.1.3 in my sub-directory of my website to test this new 5.1.3 without any success.
    • I uploaded a clean install to a folder I named teamhybrid.com/forum
    • Made changes to the .haccess file clearing the comments and adjusting the RewriteBase /forum/
    • edited /forum/core/include/config.php also made sure the 'forumpath' (line 103) is pointing to home/teamhybrid/teamhybrid.com/forum
    Fully Hosted with PHP 5.3 (according to DreamHost)

    mod_security is enabled on the server.

    now what is next?

    http://teamhybrid.com/forum/core/install/install.php this is the error I am getting

    Parse error: syntax error, unexpected '.' in /home/teamhybrid/teamhybrid.com/forum/core/vb/utilities.php on line 103

  • #2
    For starters you should disable mod_security and see if it works without it. mod_security can cause major issues if the rules are overstrict.
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    • #3
      Mark, I disabled mod_security .... flushed my cash on my computer.

      Nothing. this is the hardest install. I always thought VB was easy to get it going. LOL

      Still getting the error on http://teamhybrid.com/forum/core/install/install.php

      Parse error: syntax error, unexpected '.' in /home/teamhybrid/teamhybrid.com/forum/core/vb/utilities.php on line 103

      Your other tech suggested I disable .htaccess

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      • #4
        Also, I see lots of files in VB that are still pointing to ../upload/core/ etc etc

        should they be pointing to my sub directory /forum/?


        this is on /core/install/index.php

        Code:
        if (file_exists($makeConfigPath) AND (!file_exists($frontendConfigPath) OR !file_exists($backendConfigPath)))
        {
            require_once('../../../upload/core/install/install/makeconfig.php');
            exit;
        }
        
        // ########################## REQUIRE BACK-END ############################
        require_once('../../../upload/core/install/install/includes/class_upgrade.php');
        require_once('../../../upload/core/install/install/init.php');
        require_once(DIR . '/includes/functions.php');
        require_once(DIR . '/includes/functions_misc.php');

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Mark.B View Post
          For starters you should disable mod_security and see if it works without it. mod_security can cause major issues if the rules are overstrict.
          I did this and had no change. Now your other Tech staff is saying that the main root .htaccess is having conflects with my vbulletin .htaccess on teamhybrid.com/forum

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