magic_quotes_gpc needs to be false

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cyberjack

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Dec 30, 2010, 1:07:01 PM12/30/10
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I am getting this error msg on the installation page. All other items
are green and A-OK.

I've tried changing magic_quotes_gpc to 'off' in a local PHP.ini file
(my host doesn't give access) and when I reload the install page the
magic_quotes_gpc goes green but "Can't find PDO" goes red (it was
green before the change).

Any pointers?

There seem to be install issues - should I wait a rev before trying
this?
I'm a competent geek but not a programmer.

TIA

Cass

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Feb 8, 2011, 1:06:24 AM2/8/11
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I have this exact same issue in trying to install on shared host, am
also not a programmer, would like to know a workaround for this, did
you have any luck? Anyone have any suggestions?

Cass

Laurent Eschenauer

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Feb 8, 2011, 3:33:10 AM2/8/11
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> I have this exact same issue in trying to install on shared host, am
> also not a programmer, would like to know a workaround for this, did
> you have any luck? Anyone have any suggestions?

Which part of the 'same issue' ? The magic quote or the PDO missing ?

You can use php_info() to have a look at your php environment and
check if the pdo mysql drivers are loaded and if the state of the
magic quotes setting.

http://php.net/manual/en/function.phpinfo.php

-Laurent

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