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  • sergiomc
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    Originally posted by Mark.B View Post
    You need to ask your hosts to set the innodb_large_prefix variable to On.

    (This value is on by default in MySQL 5.7.7 and higher.)

    I asked the hosting and they say:

    innodb_large_prefix is allready set.

    I did the installation again and the same error reappears

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  • Wayne Luke
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    The innodb_large_prefix variable is well documented in the MySQL documentation - https://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.6...b_large_prefix

    If you choose to use Latin1 and use a language other than English, then you will have problems with displaying and searching foreign characters. In addition to that, the Emoji functionality will not work. We recommend using the UTF8MB4 character set and corresponding collation. Choosing Yes will set your database to use UTF8MB4. This provides support for all languages and the Emoji standard.

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  • sergiomc
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    Originally posted by sergiomc View Post
    I chose the "no" option and the installation continuous without problems, now I find a directory path error, this is because I chose the "no" option? or is other problem?

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    Look:
    http://autocultivo.org/vb5/
    http://autocultivo.org/vb5/admincp




    I solved this problem by editing htaccess, but I still have doubts if I selected the "no" option I can bring some problem.

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  • sergiomc
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    I chose the "no" option and the installation continuous without problems, now I find a directory path error, this is because I chose the "no" option? or is other problem?

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    Look:
    http://autocultivo.org/vb5/
    http://autocultivo.org/vb5/admincp





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  • sergiomc
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    Originally posted by Mark.B View Post

    No...every server is different, and we are not server configuration experts.
    This is something either your host or server administrator needs to carry out. It is outside the scope of vBulletin support.


    Ok thank you very much, I thought it was something I could modify from some file, thanks again

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  • Mark.B
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    Originally posted by sergiomc View Post

    Could you explain to me how to do that?
    No...every server is different, and we are not server configuration experts.
    This is something either your host or server administrator needs to carry out. It is outside the scope of vBulletin support.

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  • sergiomc
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    Originally posted by Mark.B View Post
    You need to ask your hosts to set the innodb_large_prefix variable to On.

    (This value is on by default in MySQL 5.7.7 and higher.)
    Could you explain to me how to do that?

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  • sergiomc
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    Originally posted by In Omnibus View Post
    That file should be CHMOD 644
    Thank you

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    If I select "yes" I will get error 1709 but if I select "no" the installation continues without problems.

    Now I will wonder if I can have a problem later by selecting "no"?



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  • Mark.B
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    You need to ask your hosts to set the innodb_large_prefix variable to On.

    (This value is on by default in MySQL 5.7.7 and higher.)

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  • In Omnibus
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    That file should be CHMOD 644

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  • sergiomc
    started a topic Error 1709

    Error 1709

    Hello, I get this error during installation

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    Before this I got this message which I am not sure I have configured correctly

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    My mysql version is 5.6


    Can you help me?

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