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I have loaded jforum on my site but the install.jsp could not proceed to the next page

my site is http://marsng.com

please someone should kindly assist me step by step on how to making it work, before I run completely mad.

I have read the manual instruction page but Im tired already, Icant take it anymore it is too complicated.

Please I need step by step guidance

i have sql and tomcat running on my site
[originally posted on jforum.net by t_edoja]
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t_edoja wrote:I have loaded jforum on my site but the install.jsp could not proceed to the next page

my site is http://marsng.com

please someone should kindly assist me step by step on how to making it work, before I run completely mad.

I have read the manual instruction page but Im tired already, Icant take it anymore it is too complicated.

Please I need step by step guidance

i have sql and tomcat running on my site

Do you have access to the Tomcat/webapps directory or do you use another directory in your domain area? Did you get an error after filling in the install.jsp page?

Also, the jforum-2.1.7-b3.zip file is missing the "__index.redirect" file, which will give you the "write access required" error.
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"i have sql running" - well, Sql actually is just the Standard Query Language ... so not really saying which SQL Server type you are using.

Aside that, if you have tomcat running I assume that you have SSH / local access - as tomcat is quite uncommon on webservers ;) So you simply have to run the mysql command to insert the build and input script of the required sql server type.
mysql < scriptpath/name .. providing the required user credentials via -u parameter ^^

Another hint maybe: if you provide a link to "jforum", it's quite confusing to land on a php based forum ;)
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