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    • CommentAuthorpetengy
    • CommentTimeNov 9th 2009 edited
    Hi Philippe

    Your Radria is a very good web creator tool, my only problem is that I'n not able to make it working.
    I'm under linux (ubuntu 9.10 64bit).
    I properly installed radria and xammp, but 2 problems make radria not running.
    The fisrt is about xampp and mysql service, after many hours I was able to start and stop mysql service using terminal but inside xampp status menu MYSQL result in deactivated status, no way to activate it.
    the second problem, that I suppose is related to the first one, is at the last step of the radria installation wizard, the step where the page to create a new project open. This page is full of error like : Deprecated: Function ereg() is deprecated in /opt/lampp/htdocs/radria/RadriaCore/class/mysql/sqlConnect.class.php on line 384.
    And pressing the "new" icon make me in a "Object not found!" page.
    So I'm quite sure that the deactivated state of mysql in xampp is the real problem, but I really not able to activate it.
    Could someone help me, I'm really interested to use radria.

    Thanks in advance

    maybe a more detailed linux (better Ubuntu :) ) installation guide is needed....
    • CommentAuthorpetengy
    • CommentTimeNov 11th 2009 edited

    I using LAMP instead XAMPP and radria seems to work... but creating a new project the error message, when I try to preview the project , is : (sqlConnect) : Database Select Error : Couldn't select the database, check database name and connection
    • CommentAuthorpetengy
    • CommentTimeNov 12th 2009

    I'm now able to get inside my new project. TNX to ..... me. Now I can try to build my site.
    The last problem is that download packages is a very very slowly job.
    • CommentAuthorphilippe
    • CommentTimeDec 2nd 2009
    thanks for sharing,

    You can setup a mirror of the packages repositories.
    All the package in the Radria repository are under the gpl license