Unable to Install 5.6.0.1 - Required Items Test Does Not Complete

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I am wondering if anyone else is experiencing this.

I uploaded 5.6.0.1 and set up a fresh database, so this would be a fresh, shiny new install. However... when I go to the page to begin the install process, the "Required Items Test" does not complete! This of course makes installation impossible.

"Cookies Enabled" and "Supports concrete5 request URLs" just keeps loading and loading. Same in all browsers. I attached a screenshot of what I'm getting.

Is anyone else getting this? I submitted this to the bug tracker.

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DeathFromAbove replied on at Permalink Reply
Same here.

In case I create site.php manually, the "View" function in the Loader library isn't resolved.
DeathFromAbove replied on at Permalink Reply
I'm trying to install 5.6 on Inmotion providers, but even here I have no success.

Installin 5.6 or 5.6.0.1 on my local webserver all is ok.
gukmedia replied on at Permalink Reply
Hi,

Yes same for me any help would be appreciated here.

Thank you in advance.
mkly replied on at Permalink Reply
mkly
Is anyone here familiar with Chrome Developer Tools or Firefox Firebug?

Do you show any errors in the javascript console?

EDIT: Do you see anything about
showFormOnTestCompletion is undefined
DeathFromAbove replied on at Permalink Reply
I'm not a Firebug expert, but in DOM section I see showFormOnTestCompletion = True
mkly replied on at Permalink Reply
mkly
I meant in the console tab. If you open Firebug and click the "console" tab(usually on the left side) then load the page, it will show you if there were any errors.
WildOne replied on at Permalink Reply
Had the same problem. By looking at the code, found that if you put /index.php/install/-/setup/ at the end of your site, you will bypass the verification mechanism.

hxxp://yoursite.com/index.php/install/-/setup/
baryongroup replied on at Permalink Reply
baryongroup
Thanks WildOne, looks like the bypass worked just fine. I had the same issue with 5.6.0 and never had the time to invest to figure it out; just came back to it today. I hope they fix this soon so there isn't a need for a work-around.
baryongroup replied on at Permalink Reply
baryongroup
This still looks like it's an issue with 5.6.0.2. The workaround (http://siteaddress/index.php/install/-/setup/) doesn't even appear to be working when trying to install on a Godaddy environment. Has the core team addressed this at all?
PineCreativeLabs replied on at Permalink Reply
PineCreativeLabs
I encountered this same issue again with 5.6.0.2. I do not believe the core team has addressed this yet. I knew I wasn't the only one experiencing this issue.
DBKG replied on at Permalink Reply
Tried installing 5.6.02 but still have the same problem with InMotion. A message did popup in Firefox - something to the effect that there is a problem with the installation environment, then this message:

Having trouble? Check the installation help forums, or have us host a copy for you.

Would love to get this solved.
TheRealSean replied on at Permalink Reply
TheRealSean
Whilst it looks like this was not your issue, I experienced a similar problem when installing a copy locally.

For me it was related to a space being used in the directory name,

replacing the space(%20) from the directory name fixed the issue for me.
intuitivereason replied on at Permalink Reply
intuitivereason
This just happened to me with 5.6.2.1 on a server that's running several other C5 installations without a problem. Bypassing it with the setup link worked.