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  • Steve Machol
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    That means the PHP is not installed or compiled with full MySQL support. You will need to reinstall PHP with that support.

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  • chapman77
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    vBulletin 3.6.5 requires that the MySQL functions in PHP be available. Please ask your host to enable this.now i have this

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  • Interdit
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    Hello,

    Read the install steps, you need to rename your config.php.new to config.php and adapt it.

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  • chapman77
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    now i have php installed and configured, but i get an error when i access it that says

    c:\inetpub\wwwroot\forums/includes/config.php does not exist.

    which clearly it couldn't with those switches, what is it looking at there?

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  • Interdit
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    Sorry I'm more on the linux side for webserver. It must be an extension configuration mapping to do, try to google it, e.g. here

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  • chapman77
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    yes that is correct. i have only installed php - how does it need to be configured to work with iis?

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  • Interdit
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    You mean the output of the page is the php code ? If so, check your webserver and be sure Php is well configured.
    Does your server meet the requirements ?

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  • chapman77
    started a topic Accessing the Install.php page

    Accessing the Install.php page

    when i connect to it it just gives me it in text. i am hosting the webserver and forum. and i can access it but it doesnt give me the login screen as the install instructions indicate.
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