Step 2

Install and configure FormaLMS and DoceboCE
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Step 2

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Hi! On Step 2 I get this warnings. And I can not go to the next step. What should I do?

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Re: Step 2

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Re: Step 2

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max wrote:
Mon May 20, 2019 7:52 pm
Hi, welcome on board!

http://www.formalms.org/versions/readme-2.1.0.txt
Hi! Is it a problem with the PHP?

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Re: Step 2

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Hi Pilmen,
yes it's the php version. In fact it's in red. Please read the readme file: right now only up to php 7.0 is supported
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Re: Step 2

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Hi,

I faced the problem in step 2 as

"Certain files does not have adequate permission config.php".

I used php 5

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Re: Step 2

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config.php should be writeable. The method to make it working for sure is chmod it to 777.
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Re: Step 2

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Whether I have to write in config.php with "chmod 0777 module_installation/"

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Re: Step 2

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I'm afraid you're a bit unconfortable with file system issues. Chmod is the unix command to set permissions.
If you can, browse to your config.php file within the root of your installation with an FTP client (such as Filezilla), right click on the file and set write permission for all.
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Re: Step 2

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Successfully installed.

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Re: Step 2

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How to edit content in log-in page? Is there any help document available for editing the structure of the pages?

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