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ahhhh, l am tearing all my (now grey) hairs out here! l had osc up and running except for the admin page which was not working. l decided to delete the whole thing and re-install it in the hope that this would fix the admin problem, but now l can't even get the install to run - all l get is:

 

FATAL ERROR: register_globals is disabled in php.ini, please enable it!

 

Where do l go to edit this, (l don't think l have access to it?) but more importantly for me, how can something which worked before not work again if l am (hopefully) doing the same thing! l am so confused.... :(

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ahhhh, l am tearing all my (now grey) hairs out here! l had osc up and running except for the admin page which was not working. l decided to delete the whole thing and re-install it in the hope that this would fix the admin problem, but now l can't even get the install to run - all l get is:

 

FATAL ERROR: register_globals is disabled in php.ini, please enable it!

 

Where do l go to edit this, (l don't think l have access to it?) but more importantly for me, how can something which worked before not work again if l am (hopefully) doing the same thing! l am so confused.... :(

Hi, I'll bet you that perhaps when you removed your site you also removed the PHP element? What box you runnin OS on? I had this problem when I first installed OS on a win y2k box with IIS. What i had to do was open my windows folder and in there was a php.ini file. In that file was the section you are after. If you search for globals you should find it. You should cotten on how to "enable" the relavent section

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thanks for your reply! So does this mean l have to upload the php.ini file to my server? or just edit it on my computer?

l'm not sure what l'm running osc on *g*...(l really am a total newbie...LOL)

Right - is your website running from your PC? If it is, what operating system do you have? Windows XP? Windows 2000? Unix?

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