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  • Config.php.new file changes

    what do i put for this one? i need a little more detail


    Prefix that your vBulletin tables have in the database.
    // For example: $tableprefix = 'vb3_';
    $tableprefix = '';

    Im not sure so im leaving this alone till I get some feed back

    Tee

  • #2
    If you dont know what it does, you should leave it as it is. (And in this instance you dont need to use the table prefix unless you're using vbulletin in another already in use database)

    You have to rename config.php.new to config.php as well.

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    • #3
      Left it blank thanks

      Originally posted by merk
      If you dont know what it does, you should leave it as it is. (And in this instance you dont need to use the table prefix unless you're using vbulletin in another already in use database)

      You have to rename config.php.new to config.php as well.
      Did just that, and reloaded back into the folder
      Thanks again

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