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  • Steve Machol
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    The problem is in the template modifications you've made - possbily in headinclude or phpinclude. The parse errors do not occur when using the default templates.

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  • uae2k
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    Thanks for your replay

    I replaced the old file with the new one
    but still the same colors ... the same hacks the same templates in the admin control panel
    I ampty the cache and do refresh for the page but still the same
    Do I must empty some tables in the database .. as sessions ?

    I ran the upgrade scripts
    upgrade22.php
    upgrade23.php

    Can I Install fresh version and use the old version database backup?

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  • Steve Machol
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    You can't use the 'old style' file. Upload the vbulletin.style file from the 2.3.0 zip file to your admin directory. Make sure you upload in ASCII and overwrite the one on the server. Then use the Styles Download/Upload function to 'Import existing style set'. Choose 'No, create a new style', then click on 'Import File'.

    Also did you run the upgrade scripts? If so, which ones?

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  • uae2k
    started a topic Parse error after upgrading

    Parse error after upgrading

    a parse error appear after upgrading my version 2.2.8 to 2.3.0

    I replaced the old files with the new files with keeping the old Style file

    I falow the upgrade steps correctly

    the error msg which comes to me

    (( Parse error: parse error in /home/uae2k/public_html/vb/global.php(313) : eval()'d code on line 19 ))

    I didn't edit global file ,, and I download the 2.3.0 version from vbulletin.com member area
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