Install tool doesn't work on PHP 5.5.9 and MySQL 5.5.x
It can be reproduced by using dummy package or introduction package for typo3 6.1.7 version.
After creating a clean database and starting the install tool process, on step 1 it fails to connect to the database, showing the following message (notice the missing db username and other empty variables):
There is no connection to the database!
(Username: , Host: , Using Password: YES)
Go to Step 1 and enter a valid username and password!
#3 Updated by Gonzalo Gorosito Malcolm over 5 years ago
I have opcode disabled as well.
Here's the details of my setup:
Debian jessy with PHP 5.5.9 installed, mysql version 5.5.35 and apache 2.4.7.
phpinfo details attached.
Markus, were you able to complete the wizard and all the data were imported? Because on another machine, the same installer fails with PHP 5.3.3, right after the importing tables process, it accuses that there's no tables in the database.
#5 Updated by Michael Schams over 5 years ago
I can confirm, that a fresh installation of TYPO3 CMS 6.1.7 does not work on Debian jessie/sid.
I experience the same issue as the reporter of this ticket and it is reproducible.
Clean, minimal Debian system.
- Debian jessie/sid
- apache2 2.4.7-1
- mysql-server 5.5.35+dfsg-2
- php5 5.5.9+dfsg-1
No "php5-apc" nor "php5-apcu" installed (
dpkg -l | grep apc).
typo3conf/LocalConfiguration.php after encountering the error message, the DB connection details are stored:
return array( ... 'DB' => array( 'extTablesDefinitionScript' => 'extTables.php', 'host' => 'localhost', 'password' => '...', 'username' => 'typo3', ), ...
#6 Updated by Christian Kuhn almost 5 years ago
- Status changed from New to Closed
Hey, just stumbled upon this one. Sorry for the delay ... core version 6.1 reached end-of-life and 6.2 comes with a rewritten install tool, the bug is solved there. There is nothing more we can do here than closing this issue with 'won't fix'.