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Jam
Jam Mar 14 '15
I badly need help to install oxwall in my site for several days since I tried to install oxwall and I've already ask help from my host seller but still they were not able to install- any one can help me and do the installation?. I bought hosting account at Zoom.com a local hosting store in the philippines
Giovanni
Giovanni Mar 14 '15
you have access to cpanel ? 

contact me for installation - maybe over team viewer i can help

Jam
Jam Mar 14 '15
yope I have cpanel 


tammy harris
tammy harris Mar 14 '15
make shore the server meets the requirements 
  • Linux/Unix/Windows
  • Apache 2 or higher with:
    • mod_rewrite on
    • mod_security (strict configurations) off
  • PHP 5.2.6 or higher with:
    • cURL on
    • fopen on
    • register_globals off
    • safe_mode off
    • suPHP off
    • suApache off
    • suhosin off
  • PHP modules:
    • PDO
    • DOM
    • mbstring
    • zip
    • zlib
    • ftp
    • json
  • MySQL 5.0 or higher
  • GD Library 2 with FreeType support
  • Mail server (SendMail, Exim or other)
  • Cro
ross Team
ross Mar 15 '15
Jam what is the exact problem with the installation. Please provide step-by-step instructions what you did. On what step of the installation do you have the problem?
Jam
Jam Mar 15 '15
I got error after I click continue button after creating cron job.
ross Team
ross Mar 15 '15
Do you mean the red popup error? If so, please open your firebug console and follow this tutorial: https://docs.oxwall.org/faq:parse-error-troubleshooting and provide us with the screenshot of the error in the console

If not that kind of error, please specify what kind and provide screenshot. 

Jam
Jam Mar 16 '15
thanks attached documents were the screenshot of an error i've encountered...
Attachments:
  error1.png (89Kb)
  error1Details.png (113Kb)
ross Team
ross Mar 16 '15
Jam, there's a redirect loop, make sure there's a .htaccess file in the root of the software. 

And make sure the mod_rewrite is enabled on your server. 

Make sure the server meets our requirements:

Quote from Tammy make shore the server meets the requirements 
  • Linux/Unix/Windows
  • Apache 2 or higher with:
    • mod_rewrite on
    • mod_security (strict configurations) off
  • PHP 5.2.6 or higher with:
    • cURL on
    • fopen on
    • register_globals off
    • safe_mode off
    • suPHP off
    • suApache off
    • suhosin off
  • PHP modules:
    • PDO
    • DOM
    • mbstring
    • zip
    • zlib
    • ftp
    • json
  • MySQL 5.0 or higher
  • GD Library 2 with FreeType support
  • Mail server (SendMail, Exim or other)
  • Cro