Installation Help

upgraded to 5.3 from 5.2.1

upgrade seemed ok, but now the file manager does not show any files that were loaded before the upgrade. but they do show up on the site content?, If i add new files they show, is there a way to scan and add them back or do i just have to reupload them? …

installation help on home localhost

installing concrete Concrete cannot parse the PATH_INFO or ORIG_PATH_INFO information provided by your server. Image Manipulation Available Concrete requires GD library 2.0.1 or greater. Is these because i can't get mysql installed?

Fatal Error after 5.2.1 -> 5.3 upgrade

I'm getting the following error after upgrade: Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 8388608 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 128001 bytes) in /home/XXX/public_html/beta/concrete/libraries/3rdparty/adodb/adodb-csvlib.inc.php on line 193 I've cleared…

Can't see images on the site and in FM

Guys, do you have any idea why I can't see the actual images in File Manager and on the site in Concrete 5.3? what am I doing wrong? I tried rescan, clear cache and have no idea what to do next. Please help Thank you

specify database table prefix?

Hi I need to install concrete5 on a host that provides me with only one database (where I already have some tables). Since the tables of the already existing database do not conflict with concrete5 there should be no problem; but isn't there a way to sp…

Error upon auto adding block from marketing

he following errors occurred when attempting to process your request: * An error while trying to unzip the package: There was an error unpacking your add-on or theme. Perhaps you have not uploaded a valid zip file, or you do not have zip installed.

Moved C5 from Shared host into XAMP for development, doesn't work

I moved Concrete to my local computer to develop more pages/themes for the site. I moved the database, the files exactly as they are on the Shared Host. Now, Concrete seems to work. I installed it on /concrete/ folder, that's where the index.php f…

Installing Concrete 5.3 with MAMP on OS X Leopard

Previously I'd tried using the OS X tutorial on the Concrete5 site to install Concrete5 on OS X Leopard using MAMP Pro. But I couldn't get it to install. With Concrete 5.3 and MAMP however, I'm starting to get further - at least I'm getting specific PH…

Install with XAMPP

I unzipped the files into the XAMPP directory. I have logged onto localhost/concrete5.3.0 and I was able to get to the directory. From there I clicked and got to the install page and typed in the information. I am uncertain if there are specific answer…

Upgrading 5.3 - Step by Step Guide

OK. So last night... I upgraded my 100 pages concrete5 japan site to 5.3. It took me about 8 hours to figure out. If you want to save the time... read my step by step guide. ======================================== Step by Step Guide of How to U…

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