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1146 - Table 'burgerking.configuration' doesn't exist


clevertv

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Hi all,

 

I'm knew at this and are struggling to get this going.

 

This is what i'm using:

2003 server (my own lab server)

IIS 6

IE7

 

This is what i've installed so far:

 

1. Install IIS

2. Install PHP

a. Select IIs CGI when prompted.

b. Add the following extensions: mysql, GD2, curl, openssl

3. Copy the “catalog” folder to \inetpub\wwwroot

a. Go to the “catalog” folder and change the permission of IUSR_<MACHINENAME> to have “write” access

b. Now under the IIS properties go to document and add “index.php” to enable default content.

c. Go to web service extension and enable CGI to “allowed”

4. Install MySql

 

Installed Mysql admin

Install phpmyadmin (can't get it to work)

 

This is the error i received after step 4 on OScommerce installation. It says: congratualion yaty yah... and when i clicked on "Admin" or "Catalog" here is the error that it produced:

 

select configuration_key as cfgKey, configuration_value as cfgValue from configuration

 

[TEP STOP]

 

Error in my_thread_global_end(): 1 threads didn't exit

 

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I've read around the forums and see that it seems like my DB wasn't installed correctly, but my question how do i get it to install correctly. I've follow the instruction yet the error still comes up.

 

Any help is appreciated!

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Install phpmyadmin (can't get it to work)

I never found it so easy as some people claim (at least when you try to follow the instructions correctly ;) ).

I would like to suggest to try phpminiadmin to get quick access to your database (only one page) to see what happened during install.

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I never found it so easy as some people claim (at least when you try to follow the instructions correctly ;) ).

I would like to suggest to try phpminiadmin to get quick access to your database (only one page) to see what happened during install.

 

Thanks Jan!

 

The tools works like a charm. I can see my tables, etc. However i can't find the root of my problem. I'm still unable to browse to the admin page.

 

Can anyone help?

 

Thanks.

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