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On 11/19/2019 at 1:59 PM, Nabeel said:

Hi all,

I've released phpVMS 7 beta 2, you can download it here:

http://downloads.phpvms.net/phpvms-7.0.0-beta.2.tar.gz

This is mostly feature complete, releasing it now to help with testing for bugs and glaring omissions. 

Thanks!

I can't install this version, database connection doesn't works (I put the database user, but it execute the query with empty username)

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phpvms_beta.zip

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1 minute ago, ProSkyDesign said:

I can't install this version, database connection doesn't works (I put the database user, but it execute the query with empty username)

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phpvms_beta.zip 50.37 kB · 0 downloads

solved clearing cache and config with artisan and reload apache service (Ubuntu 19.10)

php artisan config:clear

php artisan cache:clear

sudo service apache2 reload

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On 11/28/2019 at 7:03 PM, ProSkyDesign said:

solved clearing cache and config with artisan and reload apache service (Ubuntu 19.10)

php artisan config:clear

php artisan cache:clear

sudo service apache2 reload

Was this installed over the previous beta or dev version?

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32 minutes ago, Larsje40 said:

Maybe a dumb question, but how do you install this? In version 5.xx you made a database, uploaded all the files to the website and then use the install.php to install. how is this with this new version 7?

THNX.

 

is a little different,

http://docs.phpvms.net/setup

here's a guide for installation steps, if you have a question about, don't hesitate to send me a message and I will help you ;)!

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4 hours ago, Larsje40 said:

Maybe a dumb question, but how do you install this? In version 5.xx you made a database, uploaded all the files to the website and then use the install.php to install. how is this with this new version 7?

THNX.

 

It's essentially the same, you just go to `/install` instead of install.php

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On 12/5/2019 at 1:08 PM, ProSkyDesign said:

is a little different,

http://docs.phpvms.net/setup

here's a guide for installation steps, if you have a question about, don't hesitate to send me a message and I will help you ;)!

Hello ProSkyDesign.

I cant figure out what i'm doing wrong.

1: i made a new database.

2: i downloaded the PHPVMS 7 beta version and uploaded this via Filezilla to the website.

3: i went to www.mywebsite.com/phpvms/config/installer.php

Than i got the error as shown in the attachment. So i don't know what i did wrong.

 

Knipsel.zip

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10 hours ago, Larsje40 said:

Hello ProSkyDesign.

I cant figure out what i'm doing wrong.

1: i made a new database.

2: i downloaded the PHPVMS 7 beta version and uploaded this via Filezilla to the website.

3: i went to www.mywebsite.com/phpvms/config/installer.php

Than i got the error as shown in the attachment. So i don't know what i did wrong.

 

Knipsel.zip 189.85 kB · 4 downloads

With phpvms you only need to go to www.yoursite.com/phpvms/install route (Laravel has a router method to retrieve pretty urls)

please be sure that the new database you have created is empty!

If the error persist, please contact me from PM.

you can run some artisan commands in shared hosting putting this in a file and pointing it to a route then visiting the route.

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