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  • paperinik4
    started a topic When I install vbulletin appears blank page

    When I install vbulletin appears blank page

    Hello everyone,

    I have a problem during the installation vbulletin 4.2.3 When I go to insert miosito.it/install/install.php appears to me a no apparent error blank page. I tried changing the browser from Firefox to Chrome, but same result. What should I do ???? I await your urgent response thanks enough.

    P.S .: Sorry for the translation, but he did everything google translator does not know English

  • paperinik4
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    Dear Mark.B, I'm doing various tests from ver. 5.1. the 5.6 version of php and in the current 5.3 version has appeared to me the following error: Parse error: syntax error, unexpected '=', expecting ')' in /home/bmqstpfm/public_html/includes/functions_misc.php on line 759[/QUOTE] Now we continue with 5.4 and see what error me. Having found the right combination error is 5.5 and is divided receive the entry form at last code. Thank you for your kind attezione but I think it was my provider to put the highest version of php namely the 7.0 recommended by vbulletin site. Maybe you will not read well. I do not know but we did spend time me and her. Thanks again and I hope that they no longer need help.

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  • paperinik4
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    Dear Mark.B,

    I tried them all versions of php but I always reference the same error. She has an original vbulletin config.php that I can go ??? My will is messed up: Appearance answer. She is a webmaster for the event ???

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  • Mark.B
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    Originally posted by paperinik4 View Post
    The current version I have installed until a few days ago is the php 4.2.3 with the server brought a 7 but I can wanting to decrease to 5.4.0 What should I do ????
    If you are running vBulletin 4.2.3, then you need to be running one of the following versions of php:
    5.4
    5.5
    5.6

    No other versions will work.

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  • paperinik4
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    The current version I have installed until a few days ago is the php 4.2.3 with the server brought a 7 but I can wanting to decrease to 5.4.0 What should I do ????

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  • Mark.B
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    What is the current version of both php and vBulletin that you are currently using?

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  • paperinik4
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    Dear Mark.B, As I wrote earlier, I put at the beginning of the line php she suggested and I appeared the following on-screen error:
    Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_FUNCTION in /home/bmqstpfm/public_html/includes/functions.php on line 5320
    Now what should I do ???? Appearance and pricisa a clear answer on how I must move on. Thank you.

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  • Mark.B
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    Originally posted by paperinik4 View Post
    Dear Mark.B,

    Which instructions you are talking about ??? Compiling the config.php until a few days ago it worked.
    The instructions in my post above.

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  • paperinik4
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    Dear Mark.B,

    Which instructions you are talking about ??? Compiling the config.php until a few days ago it worked.

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  • Mark.B
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    Originally posted by paperinik4 View Post
    Dear Wayne Luke and Mark.B, We add the suggeritami line by Luke, I get the following error on screen: Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_FUNCTION in /home/bmqstpfm/public_html/includes/functions.php on line 5320 What does it mean ??? And what shall I do ??? Thanks I look forward to your instructions.
    That means you have not added the line correctly.
    You need to follow the below instructions PRECISELY, and include ALL the code in the box.

    Add this in your /includes/config.php under the <?php line at the top:
    PHP Code:
    ini_set("display_errors"true); 

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  • paperinik4
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    Dear Wayne Luke and Mark.B, We add the suggeritami line by Luke, I get the following error on screen: Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_FUNCTION in /home/bmqstpfm/public_html/includes/functions.php on line 5320 What does it mean ??? And what shall I do ??? Thanks I look forward to your instructions.

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  • paperinik4
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    Dear Mark.B, I saw in the install / install.php folder actually the installation files there. Now I do not know if there was an error during upload. However I am currently uploading the 4.2.4 version and vediamos and so many times I can fix it. I wanted to know three pieces of information: 1) The Italian language is fine that the 4.2.3. ??? If not where can I fix it ??? 2) The config.php file is configured as for 4.2.3 right ??? 3) Lastly, I wanted to know if there is much difference with the previous version Thank you

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  • Mark.B
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    The install.php file is always present in the /install/ folder.

    If you are certain yours isn't, then either you've accidentally deleted it, or else something has gone wrong with your download.

    Download a fresh copy of the files from the vBulletin members area.

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  • paperinik4
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    Dear Wayne Luke, I tried to install the next version of vbulletin, but in the install folder does not exist the install.php file. Where can I find it ???? Also the line that I was given to her, namely: ini_set ( "display_errors", true); where it needs to be inserted into the config.php ??? I put it in the end but nothing has changed. Always blank page me. Appearance as usual as soon as its notize thanks

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  • Wayne Luke
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    You need to use vBulletin 4.2.5 with PHP 7. vBulletin 4.2.3 will not work with that version of PHP. Installation for 4.2.3, 4.2.4 and 4.2.5 are the same.

    Unfortunately, we do not provide support in Italian at this time.

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