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  • Glenn Vergara
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    As what Mark said, PHP 5.6 is the minimum requirement. Recommended version is PHP 7 which has significant performance improvement. I heard PHP 7 is roughly twice as fast as PHP 5.6.

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  • algotrader
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    I thoght it might be the recent version, so I never even thought about it. Thank you. I'll try it again.

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  • Mark.B
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    Originally posted by algotrader View Post
    php 5.3
    That's your issue.

    vBulletin 5 requires php 5.6 as a minimum. You'll need to ask your hosts to upgrade it.

    php 5.3 is old, end of life, unsupported by the php group, and risks compromising your server as security issues won't be patched. It should not be run on production servers.

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  • algotrader
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    php 5.3

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  • Mark.B
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    What version of php is running on the server?

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  • algotrader
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    I asked my host and changed and got the error message at the page.

    Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_USE, expecting T_FUNCTION in /home/hosting_users/chatnlove2/www/forums/core/vb/shutdown.php on line 23 Fatal error: Class 'vB_Shutdown' not found in /home/hosting_users/chatnlove2/www/forums/core/vb/vb.php on line 503

    http://www.spo.com/forums/core/install/install.php

    What is the problem?

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  • Mark.B
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    It is a server error so we would need to know the full error.
    All a 500 error says is "there is an error on the server". That's it.

    You should contact your host and ask them to check the server error logs and find the actual error.

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  • algotrader
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    Thank you Glenn,

    Unfortunately, I am using hoisitng service and it seems to be difficult to check it out.

    It's the only solution?

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  • Glenn Vergara
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    HTTP 500 is a server error. Check the error logs on the server to see the error details.

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  • algotrader
    started a topic HTTP 500 error

    HTTP 500 error

    I follwed all install steps and faced http 500 error at this page.

    http://www.spo.com/forums/core/install/install.php

    what's the problem?

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