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PHPbb - Installation

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Rutherford, Aug 11, 2003.

  1. Rutherford

    Rutherford Active Member

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    #1 Rutherford, Aug 11, 2003
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    i ain't trying to flame you or anything. but i think you really should RTFM.

    If you took time to open up the archive and look at the readme files, you can find sufficient information on how to install and such.

    Sometimes a little effort goes a long way. Let's not discuss what the creators of phpbb has already done.

    btw: you can get better luck in www.phpbb.com

    again ... i ain't trying to flame you ... but RTFM

    dont be lazy

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    Rutherford Active Member

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    sky,

    Don't try to act tooooooooooo smart. If you know you answer or else keep quite. It is none of ur business to tell me that I am lazy.
    Please don't open any of my thread in future.

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    MySundown Well-Known Member

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    This isn't the place for this. These forums are for cPanel. Your question has nothing to do with cPanel. Try the phpBB forums.

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    Sorry Rutherford, but I have to agree with sky on this. Based on this thread and another post you started, you don't seem to want to find things out on your own. Most times, people are more willing to help someone who trys to help themselves.

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    Hold on a minute...

    cPanel is installing an invalid copy of phpBB.

    That make the integration of cPanel and the install of phpBB a cPanel issue.

    Perhaps I am missing something here, but if cPanel is the install vehicle for phpBB, then phpBB should work after an install is selected.

    On my system it fails for every user who attempts to install it.

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