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sfrank 15th May 2006 13:33

ISPConfig-2.2.2 installation problem (empty mysql db after installation)
 
EDITOR'S NOTE: Problem solved. I thought the database I want ISPConfig to use needs to be created in prior. It turned out that it does not. However it would be nice if the installer tells us more about the problem. Anyways, it was my fault.

Hi all.

Every time I install ISPConfig on my debian sarge system the installation always ends with the following message:

Warning: mysql_fetch_array(): supplied argument is not a valid MySQL result resource in /root/ispconfig/scripts/lib/config.inc.php on line 47
No results found!ISPConfig system is now up and running!
Congratulations! Your ISPConfig system is now installed. If you had to install quota, please take the steps described in the installation manual. Otherwise your system is now available without reboot.

However the database I specified a few steps earlier (db_ispconfig) is totally empty.
Any ideas and suggestions are welcome.

Frank

comm 24th May 2006 08:19

I still recieve this problem. I enter in my mysql login information, and the database is created, however its blank.

--comm

EDIT: You can't use any non-alpha numeric characters for the mysql root password for example 'Ad!s%2^%1SWq' would fail. Changing it to 'as2Wdg5fQw54' works. :D

falko 24th May 2006 12:46

Quote:

Originally Posted by comm
EDIT: You can't use any non-alpha numeric characters for the mysql root password for example 'Ad!s%2^%1SWq' would fail. Changing it to 'as2Wdg5fQw54' works. :D

Yes, that's true. :)

existsite 24th May 2006 19:39

Hello,

We are having a similar issue where we install ISPconfig under Debian and then when we try to change under Management >> Server >> Settings and click save, it brings up back to the management home page and never saves anything, if I go back to that settings page, no settings were saved.

Can someone please suggest? This is urgent for a customer

Thanks

falko 25th May 2006 14:56

Which setting exactly do you try to change?


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