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    Apache version 2.2.22
    PHP version 5.3.16
    MySQL version 5.1.65

    when I perform a fresh install, it hangs up at nodevisits

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    I get a blank page when i try to upgrade from vB 4.2.0 PL 2


    my issue is when i point my browser to mysite/forum/install/upgrade.php I get a 500 error page. BLANK Page in Firefox

    Here is my set-up:

    original site layout for vB4:
    /public_html/
    ----------->/forums/

    index.php in /root/ redirects to vB4 CMS content.php in /forums/ directory
    everything works fine


    I uploaded everything in the vB5 /uploads/ folder to the /root/

    Current site layout for vB5:
    /public_html/
    ----------->/forum/

    I filled out both /root/ config and /includes/ config to match current server settings
    I renamed /core/ to /forum/
    I renamed /modcp/ and /admincp/ (x2) directories
    I renamed index.php to index_vb4.php and load vb5 index.php


    my issue is when i point my browser to mysite/forum/install/upgrade.php I get a 500 error page. BLANK Page in Firefox

    I'm trying to keep all the directories down as I don't see a point of /public_html/forum/core/ to get to forums.

    current root directory contains:
    core - renamed to forum
    css
    admincp - renamed
    forumrunner
    images
    includes
    js
    forums - vB4

    what have I missed?
    Last edited by G.I.JOE*MFA*; Sun 16th Sep '12, 12:03pm.

  • #2
    Try

    mysite/forum/core/install/upgrade.php ?

    Doh! Ignore that, just read the post properly.

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    • #3
      you're on the right track. mysite/forum/install/upgrade.php
      i renamed core to forum

      i want to try and keep everything in the top of the directory as much as possible.

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      • #4
        I renamed /core/ to /forum/
        Can't say for sure, but that'll probably get messed up in the routing, since /forum is a valid route.

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        • #5
          /forum/ directory instead of /core/ could create issues as /forum/ is a valid route (as said) on any install. You should try another directory name.

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