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Hi

 

Been in and out for the forum several times now, tracking down different error messages. My problem would seem to

be due to the requirements of OSC.

 

Via web installation, my system passes all aparent requirements, but once I try and visit the admin or catalog interfaces

the php errors begin,

 

After several install the first error is allways to replace the .php line with english.php in application_top.php, I am writing this from memory so the file names may have some typos.

 

and the error continue from one to another so this to suggests the isue is elsewhere.

 

My system is a centos 5 php 5 mysql 5 , the sample data installs fine, and joomla is already running fine on the server

so it is the apache is configured to interpret php ok. the verison of osc is the most recent 2.2rc2a

 

At present the install is sitting on an error

 

Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_CONSTANT_ENCAPSED_STRING in /var/www/osc/catalog/index.php on line 33

 

and I am about reinstall osc and I am loosing track of the errors.

 

 

I just ran an install of osc on a wamp intsall on a windows laptop and the installations gets much further, I am able to view the catalog of sample data fine.

 

question:

When configure.php is reset from 777 shat should it be reset to, I have tried a few variations.

also could these issues be related to a pear update which does not want to update on the same server.

 

your assistance is much appreciated,

 

COlm MCGettrick

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Been in and out for the forum several times now, tracking down different error messages. My problem would seem to

be due to the requirements of OSC.

 

Via web installation, my system passes all aparent requirements, but once I try and visit the admin or catalog interfaces

the php errors begin,

 

If you passed the requirements then you passed them. It will run on Centos 5 as long as the requirements are met.

 

After several install the first error is allways to replace the .php line with english.php in application_top.php, I am writing this from memory so the file names may have some typos.

 

Not sure what you mean here. If the file it is looking for is english.php and it is just calling .php I think that would be a problem with your configure.php files (catalog/includes/configure.php and catalog/admin/includes/configure.php).

 

and the error continue from one to another so this to suggests the isue is elsewhere.

 

Do you mean one page to another. Application_top.php is called on every page but the configure.php files tell application_top.php where to find the files it needs to run. Hope that made sense.

My system is a centos 5 php 5 mysql 5 , the sample data installs fine, and joomla is already running fine on the server

so it is the apache is configured to interpret php ok. the verison of osc is the most recent 2.2rc2a

 

That sounds good and if joomla runs then osC should.

 

At present the install is sitting on an error

 

Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_CONSTANT_ENCAPSED_STRING in /var/www/osc/catalog/index.php on line 33

 

What is line 33? I don't RC2 to check it out with.

 

 

and I am about reinstall osc and I am loosing track of the errors.

 

I just ran an install of osc on a wamp intsall on a windows laptop and the installations gets much further, I am able to view the catalog of sample data fine.

 

question:

When configure.php is reset from 777 shat should it be reset to, I have tried a few variations.

 

All folders should be 755 after the install and files should be 644. During the install it needs to be able to write to the 2 configure.php files so they need to be 777 but only during the install.

 

also could these issues be related to a pear update which does not want to update on the same server.

 

Apples, oranges, pear. It is all just fruit to me. :-"

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