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XF 1.1 Can't install xenforo - stuck on step 4b

Discussion in 'Installation, Upgrade, and Import Support' started by spondishy, Nov 17, 2012.

  1. spondishy

    spondishy Member

    Hi, just installed a fresh xenforo 1.13 but its incomplete for some reason.

    For some reason the forum still thinks its being installed:

    The board is currently being upgraded. Please check back later.

    And the admin control panel gives:

    Admin Control Panel - XenForo
    The board is currently waiting to be upgraded. Please complete the upgrade


    Any ideas?

    Ta
     
  2. ENF

    ENF Well-Known Member

    And if you click the 'complete the upgrade' link - what happens?
     
  3. Lawrence

    Lawrence Well-Known Member

    I took out the link because it will allow anyone to do the install. Follow that link like ENF suggests and it will guide you through the install process.
     
  4. spondishy

    spondishy Member

    Ha what a fool. Thanks.

    OK it goes back to
    XenForo 1.1.3 - Welcome
    Your server meets all of XenForo requirements and you're now ready to begin installation.
     
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  5. spondishy

    spondishy Member

    Do you have to download for each licence? I just used the download I had already.
     
  6. Lawrence

    Lawrence Well-Known Member

    You should install the package with the license number that is associated with the URL in your customer area.
     
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  7. spondishy

    spondishy Member

    Good to know from a licencing perspective, but unfortunately it made no difference.
     
  8. spondishy

    spondishy Member

    Is there any logging done during the installation so I can troubleshoot?

    How responsive is official support around here?
     
  9. spondishy

    spondishy Member

    Sorted... Unsuprisingly hosting issue. Ta.
     
  10. Jake Bunce

    Jake Bunce XenForo Moderator Staff Member

    FYI, it was mod_security.
     
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