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Zend server installation

Discussion in 'Installation, Upgrade, and Import Support' started by Trombones13, Oct 7, 2010.

  1. Trombones13

    Trombones13 Well-Known Member

    Is anyone here using the free Zend Server Community Edition for their XF server? If so, could you explain how to get from downloading the XF files to accessing your site? The few people I've talked to so far and I have had problems. Thanks!
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  2. Shamil

    Shamil Well-Known Member

    Hi, what operating system is your web hosting server using?
    When you installed Zend Server Community Edition, were you asked to select a web server to install to? If so, what was your response?
  3. Trombones13

    Trombones13 Well-Known Member

    I'm using Windows 7 (64-bit), and I selected IIS this time (tried Apache before but couldn't get it). With Apache, I could get to the server controls on the browser, but with IIS, I'm getting an "HTTP Error 401.2" and can't access it. I also couldn't figure out with Apache how to actually start the server.
  4. Blandt

    Blandt Well-Known Member

    haha Hi again :D

    put the content of upload in C:\inetpub\wwwroot

    then launch your browser and go to localhost
    tell us what you see? (errors if any)
  5. Trombones13

    Trombones13 Well-Known Member

    Haha; I figured you'd be able to help. :D

    !! Success! Well, at least I got a XenForo message. *fixes permissions on folders, then begins installation*

    I feel like I should know this, but where do I get the MySQL data (username, pw, database name)?
  6. Blandt

    Blandt Well-Known Member

    select all files and folders inside wwwroot right click ---> property ----> security

    click edit
    on that window ad IIS_IUSRS click ok
    reload the page and start install

    Let us know :D
  7. Blandt

    Blandt Well-Known Member

    Alright do you really wanna go through with this ?
  8. Blandt

    Blandt Well-Known Member

    here I found a free thing for ya

    Go to navicat.com download the free version, install it (select default options always) then fire it up:

    From the connection tab click MySql
    fill out the form. connection name : name it anything you want
    Leave the host and port as they are

    user name : root
    password : this is your password

    go back to install and fill in the info. I'm sticking with you still :D so don't give up haha:D
  9. Trombones13

    Trombones13 Well-Known Member

    I'm able to get to the Configuration Builder page, but the login info won't work, apparently. @_@

    I downloaded Navicat Lite, added the MySQL connection, and put in a password, leaving the other info as-is, but I'm getting
    "The following error occurred while connecting to the database:
    Access denied for user 'root'@'localhost' (using password: YES)
    This indicates that your configuration information is not correct. Please check the values you have entered. If you are unsure what values are correct or how to proceed, please contact your host for help. These values are specific to your server."
    when I try to proceed with configuration. I also added full control for IIS_IUSRS on all of the folders in wwwroot and several others, but I'm still getting the error page. :( I'm sorry I'm horrible at this, lol.
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  10. Blandt

    Blandt Well-Known Member

    Zend server installs Mysql with no password by default.

    So do this:
    go to start look for Mysql ----> MySql server instance configuration (something along those lines :D)

    reconfigure MySQL with the default options, that is click click click next next until you get to the password bit.
    it will ask you your current password for root, just leave it blank and tab over to the new password box. put in your password, tab again verify the password and voila ! :D
    back to square one ;)

    Let me know
  11. Blandt

    Blandt Well-Known Member

    oh and click that option to ad MySQL to your PATH. (you will see it, just tick that box)
  12. Blandt

    Blandt Well-Known Member

    once you make the connection with Navicat. right click on that server icon and ad new database

    create a new database, name it something. and that's the database you goanna be using for xF. (fill out that info during install)
  13. Trombones13

    Trombones13 Well-Known Member


    I don't see anything called "MySQL Server Instance Configuration"...just lots of various "MySQL" files in Zend and XAMPP. Is there a specific folder it should be in?

    *bangs head against desk*

    p.s. Right now, at least, I'm not able to click "New database" in Navicat--it's grayed out. :(
  14. Blandt

    Blandt Well-Known Member

    because you need to make a connection first
  15. Blandt

    Blandt Well-Known Member

    that's under start. you know the start windows button :D
  16. Trombones13

    Trombones13 Well-Known Member

    LOL; I did figure that out! However, there's no program there like that. :/
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  17. Blandt

    Blandt Well-Known Member

    click start look for MySQL click .
    select instance configuration wizard ;)

    Let me know
  18. Blandt

    Blandt Well-Known Member

    or better yet.. click start and on that search box type mysql and wait for the search.... you will see it if you have mysql installed.
    if not :confused: hahaha post back and will go from there :D
  19. Trombones13

    Trombones13 Well-Known Member

    Well then, apparently I don't have it. Is there somewhere to download other than the official site, where it requires fields such as my company (which I obviously don't have, lol)?
  20. Blandt

    Blandt Well-Known Member

    you don't have to fill out anything.
    if you scroll down you will see a link where it says " No thanks, just take me to the downloads!"

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