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Hi,

 

I am a newbee and I am trying to install osCommerce on my FreeBSD server.

 

I have used the FreeBSD port from freebsd.org.

 

I have applied the register_global patch and set register_globals to off. This works.

 

I enter the data in the installation form, and press next, and then the installation hangs.

 

With a sort of half cut window. This is the URL http://localhostoscommerce/catalog/install...tall.php?step=2.

 

All I can see is the text "New Installation" and "Database Import" and it hangs.

 

Does anybody knows how to solve this?

 

Permissions:

I changed the configure.php scripts tp 777 and also made sure that the MySql login works correctly.

 

Versions:

Apache 2.0.52

PHP 4.3.10

MySQL 4.1

 

PHP works

 

Thanks.

 

Rgds,

Nikolaj

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Sorry the URL is:

 

http://localhost/oscommerce/catalog/instal...tall.php?step=2

 

 

 

Hi,

 

I am a newbee and I am trying to install osCommerce on my FreeBSD server.

 

I have used the FreeBSD port from freebsd.org.

 

I have applied the register_global patch and set register_globals to off. This works.

 

I enter the data in the installation form, and press next, and then the installation hangs.

 

With a sort of half cut window. This is the URL http://localhostoscommerce/catalog/install...tall.php?step=2.

 

All I can see is the text "New Installation" and "Database Import" and it hangs.

 

Does anybody knows how to solve this?

 

Permissions:

I changed the configure.php scripts tp 777 and also made sure that the MySql login works correctly.

 

Versions:

Apache 2.0.52

PHP 4.3.10

MySQL 4.1

 

PHP works

 

Thanks.

 

Rgds,

Nikolaj

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Thanks for your answer.

 

When I install the osCommerce port for FreeBSD it instructs me to configure it the normal way. (http://localhost/.....etc)

 

I thought that FreeBSD only runs osCommerce as a CGI executable, but I could be wrong.  I suggest you check this out first though - just to be sure.

 

Vger

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