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i03e12
04-05-2006, 08:38 PM
Hi!

I'm very poor in PHPDig . I do not know how to get start with PHPDig installation. Please help me, I really want to use it.

Best regard,
i03e12

i03e12
04-06-2006, 07:34 PM
I use PHPDig with Windows XP, Apache_2.0.52-win32-x86-no_ssl.msi, and php-5.0.2-Win32.

I followed the instruction of PHPDig installation.

When I run http://localhost/myweb/phpdig/admin/install.php
The result is : blank page (It doesn't display any error)

What i must do?


ps: I use phpdig-1.8.9-rc1 in Windows XP, is it necessary to do the following instruction?

5) CHMOD the following directories to 777, or rwxrwxrwx, permission if on a *nix server.

> [PHPDIG_DIR]/text_content (this folder holds text files from index)
> [PHPDIG_DIR]/includes (can be set to 755 after install completed)
> [PHPDIG_DIR]/admin/temp (temp directory inside the admin directory)

i03e12
04-09-2006, 06:35 PM
I use PHPDig with Windows XP, Apache_2.0.52-win32-x86-no_ssl.msi, and php-5.0.2-Win32.

I followed the instruction of PHPDig installation.

When I run http://localhost/myweb/phpdig/admin/install.php
The result is : blank page (It doesn't display any error)

What i must do?


ps: I use phpdig-1.8.9-rc1 with Windows XP, is it necessary to do the following instruction?

5) CHMOD the following directories to 777, or rwxrwxrwx, permission if on a *nix server.

> [PHPDIG_DIR]/text_content (this folder holds text files from index)
> [PHPDIG_DIR]/includes (can be set to 755 after install completed)
> [PHPDIG_DIR]/admin/temp (temp directory inside the admin directory)

biozit
05-04-2006, 06:53 AM
check the modulo on mysql in php.ini is set and chechk the module is working in the logs