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  • #16
    Originally posted by Joe D. View Post
    A lot of things were cheaper 5+ years ago. Milk, bread, cars, gasoline...Pretty much anything I bought 5 years ago would be cheaper than today.
    There is a software out more reliable and less resources used. I would avoid VB5!

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    • #17
      There are many choices out there. Do your homework, and google "vbulletin reviews".

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      • #18
        I once let the test script run, but it shows an error. My MySQL version is 5.1.
        In addition, the script above shows an error. Can anyone help?

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        • #19
          Originally posted by Etienne Eso View Post
          I once let the test script run, but it shows an error. My MySQL version is 5.1.
          In addition, the script above shows an error. Can anyone help?
          From the FAQ:

          "vBulletin is designed to run on every server that has PHP 5.3 or greater and MySQL 5.1.5 or greater installed. You must also have mod_rewrite, URL Rewrite or equivalent and you must upload the included .htaccess to your server."

          Maybe you are running MySQL 5.1.0?
          Last edited by TLMD; Sun 5th Jan '14, 8:25am.

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          • #20
            According to the test script I have 5.1.72. So I meet the requirements actually. where can I look at is whether mod_rewrite is on. addendum: According to my hoster is the rewrite of module. it so it can not be: (
            Last edited by Etienne Eso; Sun 5th Jan '14, 9:36am.

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            • #21
              mod_rewrite only works on apache servers

              http://old.webasyst.net/support/help...rite-test.html

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