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JForum 2.1.9 problem

Tudor Raneti
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I get this error after I install (and I'm not familiar with freemarker). How do I fix it quick please?

Jeanne Boyarsky
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The quickest way to get the error to go away is to remove that line from the freemarker template. Seriously. It isn't a critical part of the system to display # users. And it might work if you put it back after creating a real user.


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Tudor Raneti
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The quickest solution is to use 2.1.8 instead. I've also run into the DEADLOCKs problem with 2.1.9 and there's no apparent solution while I read about what others tried.

EDIT: either they fixed 2.1.9 or I did with an reinstall... there no more problems with 2.1.9 that I can see at the moment

EDIT2: there were no errors in the original package per se, I was making a dumb mistake when I replaced all TYPE with ENGINE, some 'type' got replaced too. I blame the heat
I don't know where the above error originated from, after re-downloading and re-installing everything works fine
 
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