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i installed oscommerce..but i get blank page on catalog and admin sections...what's the problem..

i configured the configure.php on both sides the right way..

 

so is there any ideas guys?

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post one of the configure.php files remember to xxx out the database password at the bottom of the file

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I'm having this problem with the install. Not a big PHP person, but from what I have found out is that the install/templates/main_page.php are calling other files incorrectly. I have seen this in more places than just this.

 

They seem to call files that are in directories under them by calling their directory first. So like install/templates/main_page.php calls the file install/templates/main_page/javascript.js by calling src="templates/main_page/javascript.js"

 

I was able to get it to install once by fixing all of these, but then the main index page did the same thing, and I found that it was calling files the same way. I don't know if this was the way that it should be programmed or not, but it does not seem to work on my linux box.

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you don't actually have to "install" if you don't want to. You can create the database with phpMyAdmin, then edit the catalog/includes/configure.php and catalog/admin/includes/configure.php to contain the correct info.

 

That's all the the install does, really.

 

-jared

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