Concrete 5.5.0 Install trouble, on Wamp server

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Hello, fellow Concrete5 users. Hope you could help me with a problem I am having with the installation of Concrete 5.5.0, on Wamp server.

When I install Concrete5 on Wamp, I never get passed the: install Dashboard. See picture:http://s17.postimage.org/dq9bry95b/conerror.jpg...

Is there a config that have to be done in Wamp, before I can install Concrete 5.5.0 on local server (My computer).

Hope you could help me solve this problem ... getting close to my deadline. :)

- Chris

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Fxxxx replied on at Permalink Reply
Fxxxx
I have the same problem... What version of php do you have? 5.3?
Korvin replied on at Permalink Reply
Korvin
Is this a vanilla wampserver install? What is your PHP/mySQL/Apache version? I've installed concrete5.5 several times on a wamp setup, please provide some more info.
Phallanx replied on at Permalink Best Answer Reply
Phallanx
Check the "Storage Engine" type as when I created the DB in phpmyAdmin it defaulted to InnoDB (it never used to).

Setting the type to MyISAM cured this issue for me.
Fxxxx replied on at Permalink Reply
Fxxxx
Thank you Phallanx
To solve the problem you have to go in the my.ini file and go under [mysqld] and write: default-storage-engine=MyISAM
and you have to save the file...
xb385 replied on at Permalink Reply
xb385
Is it correct you end up with this?

[mysqld]
default-storage-engine=MyISAM
port=3306

i did the above and made a new user with pw but no luck
anybody got something different?
xb385 replied on at Permalink Reply
xb385
just got it to work, you have to remove the port line
WillemA replied on at Permalink Reply
this works for EasyPHP / concrete5.6 too
tnx
itanea replied on at Permalink Reply
I confirm this tips works fine. thanks a lot.