URL rewrite problem from the install page

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Howdy fellas, So, I read the installation requirements and directions. Installed everything I needed, I believe. I verified I had mod_rewrite working. chmod'ed everything to 0777, chown'ed it all to my apache running user, checked for my apache access and error logs, and I can't get past the second page after the initial install page. Here's what I get in the URL: http://172.31.1.10/concrete/index.php/install/-/configure. Per the install docs, that's a rewrite problem. A partial entry in my access.log reads ""POST /concrete/index.php/install/-/configure HTTP/1.1" 200"." No entry in the error.log. I'll try to attach the output of phpinfo shortly. I'm stumped. Thank you for any ideas, Nathan

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FIBER replied on at Permalink Reply
FIBER
I'm not sure what the problem might be, one problem might be an htaccess file. Have you got an htaccess file which overriders any possible actions the installer wants to do? Further more, don't chmod everything to 777. This is pretty insecure and not required for C5.
slabadmin replied on at Permalink Reply 1 Attachment
Yeah, the permissions thing was just a troubleshooting step. There are no hidden .htaccess files. I've uploaded my phpinfo output. Again, any thoughts would be greatly appreciated. I was quite impressed with the concrete demo, and I'm just itchin' to get to use my own install. N.
slabadmin replied on at Permalink Reply
Alright! Got it going. MySQL support was not compiled into my distro's base PHP package, although the output of php --info would seem to indicate otherwise. Using yum, I searched on sql, and found php-mysql. For some reason, searching on php did not find the same results. Got it installed, and all came up beautifully. N.