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Installation with easyphp problem

Posted: 2009-10-07, 14:57
by csas
Hi there,

I try to install Teamcal on a server with easyphp 5.2.10
I have already an Intranet on it, but when i try to open the installation windows on http://127.0.0.1/tcpro/installation.php
I have Everything execpt all the text and the button text also ... the button are working...exect the Install one

Exemple in place of the text message in the:
Install button I have <?=$_SERVER['PHP_SELF']?>

And I dont see any text except when I click on the buton test who is writen <?LANG=['btn_test']>...


The Root Directory is not correct. Can't find file "D:/wwwinstallation.php".
The URL is not correct. Can't find file "/installation.php".

But if I put all the info needed ..
I have

The Root Directory seems to be correct.
The URL seems to be correct.

Connect to mySQL server and database successful.

but the install doesn't work and the url link to :
http://127.0.0.1/conges/<?=$_SERVER['PHP_SELF']?> with an obvious Object not found! ;-)

I am missing something on my php setup ?

Re:Installation with easyphp problem

Posted: 2009-10-08, 13:00
by csas
Looks doesn't work with EasyPhP 5.2.10

.. I just tried with a fresh install And I ahave the same problem ...

Re:Installation with easyphp problem

Posted: 2009-10-08, 13:07
by csas
Ok .. I found ...I am a newbie with all this stuff but

If you use EasyPhp .. activate

short_open_tag = on

by default is on off ...

Re:Installation with easyphp problem

Posted: 2009-10-08, 14:00
by csas
It's looks like the french translation is completely OUT of DATE ... I will try to change that ... but I have lot lot of works so please be patient ... thanks a lot for your magnificient work george .. ;-)

Re:Installation with easyphp problem

Posted: 2009-10-17, 18:35
by George
Hi csas,

thanks for your good words about TeamCal Pro.

Yes, the latest French strings file is quite old. A lot of strings have been added since then. Should you finish a new French language file, send it to me so I can post it here.

Best regards,
George