Concrte 5 Install on Linux server running Plesk gives in EXECUTE("select * from Config where uID = 0 order by cfKey asc") error !!!

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I currently run a linux vps with plesk installed and always install concrete 5 using an applications tab from within plesk with no problems but recently i have this error coming up mysql error: [1146: Table 'Concrete5_b.Config' doesn't exist] in EXECUTE("select * from Config where uID = 0 order by cfKey asc") . I'd really appreiciate it if someone could help me find out the problem. Many thanks in advance

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mikepaterson replied on at Permalink Reply
Hi,
I just came across Concrete5 today and thought I'd give it a go.

Just like you I am running on a VPS under Plesk.

I did vanilla install using the install package in the application library and I get exactly the same error.

Did you fix yours?

Cheers
Mike
ibert replied on at Permalink Best Answer Reply
Hi its due to a mysql case sensitivity issue, there is another post here which may be helpful to you

http://www.concrete5.org/community/forums/installation/mysql-error-...
legend4games replied on at Permalink Reply
revival of old thread....
SETUP:
Concrete 5.7.3.1
Plesk
Centos
install from applications installer

We get a seemingly working install, but on using it, we find a host of missing directories AND wrongly named tables. All the Multilingual tables have a type MultiLingual instead of Multilingual <note the upper case L

correcting for this by adding the directories manually and editing the table names (phpmyadmin) solves the issue.