For hosting I use a shared account on FreeBSD 4.11, H-Sphere as control panel, MySQL version is 4.0.26, PHP version is 4.4.0.
I've installed both 0.9 beta1 and the latest nightly version. In both, according to the installation, all went fine.
I installed it on a subdomain's root. I have nothing in that root that could interfere. I changed the root to be writable temporarily for the installation, and changed templates_c to be writable as well, 777.Checking to see if the database and tables already exists... they do not
Creating default database setup... Done
Creating primary author 'MyName'... Done
Setting default template... Done
Installing default plugins... Done
Attempting to write .htaccess file...... Done
Then when I visit the blog, i get 3 parts, the title/header which has white text and a blue background, a left sidebar that's divided from the main area by a striped line, and contains two lines
And a main page with a "Back" arrow followed by the following error:NO_ENTRIES_TO_PRINT
0.85 installed properly but when picking a plugin to be active the V sign does not show when coming back to the Configure Plugins screen and the plugin is not activated.Fatal error: Call to undefined function: serendipity_mb() in /hsphere/local/home/myname/blog.mydomain.com/include/functions.inc.php on line 82
Are there any file permissions I should set that could affect the installation of 0.9 versions, and the status of the saved plugin in 0.85? I did have to chmod 777 the plugin folder to be able to download any plugin using Spartacus.