I have this problem with the installation of the latest release 5.1.1. I've tried to read in the forum and look for some hint, but I haven't found the answer. Could someone help me to install so we (in Italy) can use it with a very wide provid…
Just got found your site and I think it awesome!. I have it on local server but tying to hook it up on a host. Got it to work one way. with - /concrete But how do you make it so you can type your
http://www.youraddress.com and get concrete instead of hav…
I have configured my server which has a static ip with concrete and when I point to it from another computer t goes to localhost of that computer and nothing is seen. How do I modify this??
http://188.8.131.52/folder gets to http://localhost/folder since…
Just trying to install C5 5.1 and get the following error.
(I have the config folder writable.
I have the files folder and subfolders writable.)
The database is MySQL ver. 4
I had C5 ver 5.0 installed before with this database.
Is there MySQL vers…
I've uploaded the Concrete 5.1.1 to my hosting sever (godaddy.com). When i go to my website URL to see the C5 installation screen I can't enter anything into the website name and email address fields. The browser won't let me put focus on either of th…
Getting Concrete to work on a Windows machine is easy.
1. Install MySQL
I downloaded and installed MySQL 5.1.30 as well as MySQL Tools for 5.0, and it works great. MySQL Tools is especially nice, since it gives you an interface for creating a new us…
EDIT: These instructions have been updated. Please visit them here: http://www.concrete5.org/index.php?cID=2642
Here is the software I installed:
MySQL Tools for 5.0
Apache HTTP Server 2.2
1. I installed MySQL (default…
I've done a fresh, clean install of Concrete5, version 5.1.1
Installation went ok, initial configuration went ok, but when I try to access FileManager from dashboard, I get this error:
An unexpected error oc…
I have Concrete working now on my local machine. Here are the steps I took:
1. Installed MySQL 5.1.30
2. Installed MySQL Tools
3. Installed Apache 2.2
4. Installed PHP 5.2.8 with GD and MySQL
5. Edited httpd.conf to include index.php as…
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