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  • Mike Sullivan
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    Actually, sounds like you're hit by a bug: http://www.vbulletin.com/forum/showt...threadid=19533

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  • DaBuzz
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    Thanks for the reply Ed, I can't login with either upgrade6.php or index.php in the admin directory.

    Thanks for the heads up on 2.0.2 ... I'll wait for that before I try to go any further.

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  • Mike Sullivan
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    You mean you can't login to upgrade6.php? Try logging into the CP normally, then going to upgrade6.php.

    Or, if you can hold off, 2.0.2 should be out very very soon.

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  • DaBuzz
    started a topic Problem upgrading, can't get admin status

    Problem upgrading, can't get admin status

    I'm running VBulletin 2.0.0 beta 5 (I know, betas aren't supported that's why I'm trying to upgrade) and I'm having the same problem I had when upgrading from 1.1.5 to the first 2.x beta I received as a beta tester.

    When I try to run upgrade6.php I can't get admin status. I've run getadmin.php a number of times to no avail. My account is flagged as "6" but my title isn't Administrator, it's a custom title. Could that be the problem?

    Any ideas would be appreciated.

    My license info is in my profile and I'm running FreeBSD 3.4-RELEASE, PHP 4.0.6-dev (due to a FreeBSD bug in 4.0.5), Apache 1.3.14, and mySQL 3.23.33

    Thanks,
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