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I had no luck- the problem remains. Mark as Spam Destroy Spammer This script will report this post as spam and add a permanent IP ban for this user, type "DESTROY" below to continue. Prior to installing xampp, I ran apt-get upgrade & update. This is all I had to do in order to get the site running. http://scriptkeeper.net/cannot-parse/cannot-parse-path-info-orig-path-info.html

I've already tried modyfing both the request.php and httacess and some other file in a few different ways, each time on a fresh install so i wouldn't mess anything. I looked through the forum and it seems that a lot of folks have the same problem, but no answer. March 2008 13:04 Top Re: PROBLEM WITH PATH_INFO AND ORIG_PATH_INFO ON XAMPP 1.7.3a by 2lip » 15. Thanks for this post.

I've tried lot of solutions but nothing run. I do get a lot of warnings on the page, and one failed test: Support for C5 Request URLs "Concrete cannot parse the PATH_INFO or ORIG_PATH_INFO information provided by your server." Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up concrete5 CMS cannot parse PATH_INFO information from my server up vote 0 down vote favorite I am trying to install a popular I find this quite odd.

PATH_INFO? Forum rules Post a reply 10 posts • Page 1 of 1 PROBLEM WITH PATH_INFO AND ORIG_PATH_INFO ON XAMPP 1.7.3a by 2lip » 11. this is like "my car wont start - what's wrong with it???".. Nobbie, the box is set up for you to access.

I heard about some fix, but don't know where to put it, or if you guys have other fix: found solution here http://www.justasysadmin.net/en/practica...rete-5-... Etienne replied on Aug 27, 2009 at 1:27 am Permalink Reply Yes i understand, but it's for persons who were in the same situation and have found a solution. If you have it and the urls still don't work, you'll need to contact your host and ask for the following: mod_rewrite enabled allow override for your hosts share|improve this answer https://www.concrete5.org/community/forums/installation/concrete-cannot-parse-the-path_info-or-orig_path_info-again But why wouldn't it be able to parse it if it does indeed exist?

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Delete Mark Post as Spam Are you sure you would like to mark this post as spam? No seems to work. So I did. It is worked. ^^^^^^^^^ johndorsay replied on Feb 17, 2011 at 4:43 pm Permalink Reply Dude!

Where do i find php5.ini then ? have a peek at these guys I'm currently running LimeSurvey with no problem. burkie6 replied on Mar 30, 2013 at 9:36 am Permalink Reply thanks for the file, uploding the php5 file did the trick for me fblondeau replied on Mar 24, 2010 at uhh?

But i would prefer to use concrete rather than drupal. I've just uploaded the source files for the CMS to the server. What is the temperature of the brakes after a typical landing? check over here CHMOD IT TO 644.

This is generated by an url rewriting tool (ISAPI-Rewrite by Helicon) which I use for other services. I followed the exact directions in the manual, 3X's. juanzo007 replied on Sep 1, 2011 at 12:20 pm Permalink Reply Thanks bro, uploaded that file to my clients Godaddy account, worked like a charm!!

Also check whether there's a DIR_REL setting in config/site.php - for a root install it should not be set.

March 2010 13:09 Top Re: PROBLEM WITH PATH_INFO AND ORIG_PATH_INFO ON XAMPP 1.7.3a by 2lip » 17. Thank you in advance. Etienne replied on Aug 28, 2009 at 10:19 pm Permalink Reply anyone has an idea? How to gain confidence with new "big" bike?

ddpweb replied on Jun 29, 2011 at 1:11 pm Permalink Reply I was having the exact same problem on Godaddy's servers. (well actually it's the secureserver.net - which is owned an I have also posted this issue on their forums and have received no replies to date. March 2010 14:16 I'm glad to report a happy ending to my woes! this content Please Helllllp!

Seriously? And the servers configuration on Godaddy are certainly the same for all (on a Linux web hosted plan). Your help will be most appreciated. I origionally had two lines: cgi.fix_pathinfo = 1 cgi.force_redirect = 0 But this didn't work for me for some reason.

share|improve this answer answered Nov 23 '14 at 22:18 Zach Cook 230219 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up or log in Sign up using Google Didn't you receive these messages?Hi Nobbie:Yip! Root on my shared server or root of the subfolder Server is lakerealtyteam Sub folder is lakenormaninfo Thanks Frank ddpweb replied on Jul 7, 2011 at 11:13 pm Permalink Reply Hi Now it's working! ;) MVS replied on Mar 16, 2012 at 2:59 pm Permalink Reply Hello, I have installed an earlier version of Concrete5 on my shared webspace in the past

What else could be wrong? March 2008 13:04 Top Re: PROBLEM WITH PATH_INFO AND ORIG_PATH_INFO ON XAMPP 1.7.3a by 2lip » 12. That definitely doesn't cause any problems. They have a script to check if all their requirements for concrete5 have been met on the AMP (Apache, MySQL and PHP) server.

Unfortunately, I still get the same message concerning concrete5's inability to parse PATH_INFO or ORIG_PATH_INFO information provided by the server.Regards,2lip 2lip Posts: 8Joined: 11. The install script just doesnt like the http://abthost.com/~rdindust/ format It wants the full domain. Do Morpheus and his crew kill potential Ones? Delete Mark Post as Spam Are you sure you would like to mark this post as spam?

You need to check if there's an .htaccess file in your root like the one here: http://www.concrete5.org/documentation/using-concrete5/dashboard/system-and-maintenance/seo-and-statistics/pretty-urls/ - if not, create it and try again. These installation is running without problems and it´s updated to the last version C5.5.1. March 2010 14:54 2lip wrote:I haven't touched the httpd.conf or php.ini on either machine.If you do not change php.ini (as i suggested) you *must* receive tons(!) of warnings and notices when I have reloaded all support software, twice.