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"Tine 2.0 needs to be updated or is not installed yet." #7114

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gtwalker opened this issue Nov 25, 2019 · 5 comments
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"Tine 2.0 needs to be updated or is not installed yet." #7114

gtwalker opened this issue Nov 25, 2019 · 5 comments

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@gtwalker gtwalker commented Nov 25, 2019

Hi together,

currently I'm trying to install Tine 2.0 but I'm always getting this error after finishing the installation and trying to log in: "Tine 2.0 needs to be updated or is not installed yet."
I tried to install it on a Ubuntu 18.04 VM with LAMP stack, a Raspberry Pi with lighttp and mariaDB and a webspace.
Maybe I do a systematic error while configuring, but I followed the offical how to.
Can anyone help me?
I checked the file permissions (the tine20 folder is owned by www-data).
This is my basic configuration (on the raspi, because its easier to work with).
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@gerryfrancis gerryfrancis commented Nov 27, 2019

The database backend is "MySQL" according to the first screenshot, but you are using MariaDB. Maybe it is possible to change the entry to "MariaDB", I do not know.

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@ignoreigor ignoreigor commented Nov 27, 2019

Something went wrong - maybe you should have a look in your PHP's or webserver's error-log? Or try to activate tine 2.0's logging, there you should find errors too.

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@ignoreigor ignoreigor commented Nov 27, 2019

btw: there is no special database backend for MariaDB. You are right selecting MySQL.

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@gtwalker gtwalker commented Nov 27, 2019

I don't think that might be an issue: on the ubuntu vm i have the MySQL database and MariaDB should be binary compatible with MySQL.

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@lab-at-nohl lab-at-nohl commented Nov 30, 2019

Actually it is hard to guess. You enabled the logger, set it to DEBUG and post the log file here...

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