#75 I cannot seem to install XRMS

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2008-03-17
2008-03-17
Val Cummins
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I get the following error message.

Parse error: parse error, unexpected $end in \\NAWINFS03\home\users\web\b1929\rh.itdoesnotcompute\xrms\include-locations.inc on line 88

Can anyone help?

Thanks in advance.

Val

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  • Val Cummins
    Val Cummins
    2008-03-17

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    When I used the path I expected to use which was http://www.itdoesnotcompute.com/xrms/include/
    I got this error:

    The include directory variable has not been set correctly.

    It is currently set to 'http://www.itdoesnotcompute.com/xrms/include/', which does not exist.

    Please open the include-locations.inc file which is located at the top level of the xrms installation. Change the value of the $include_directory variable to the correct path.

    Then run this installation again.

    SO I called the hosting company and they put in the PHYSICAL address of:
    $include_directory = "\\nawinfs03\home\users\web\b1929\rh.itdoesnotcompute\xrms\include\";

    and that's when I got the error as you see above.

    Any help would be appreciated..

    Val

     
  • Val Cummins
    Val Cummins
    2008-03-18

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    When I used the path I expected to use which was http://www.itdoesnotcompute.com/xrms/include/
    I got this error:

    The include directory variable has not been set correctly.

    It is currently set to 'http://www.itdoesnotcompute.com/xrms/include/', which does not exist.

    Please open the include-locations.inc file which is located at the top level of the xrms installation. Change the value of the $include_directory variable to the correct path.

    Then run this installation again.

    SO I called the hosting company and they put in the PHYSICAL address of:
    $include_directory = "\\nawinfs03\home\users\web\b1929\rh.itdoesnotcompute\xrms\include\";

    and that's when I got the error as you see above.

    Any help would be appreciated..

    Val

     
  • Brian Peterson
    Brian Peterson
    2008-03-18

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    try taking out:

    \\nawinfs03

    that is a machine name, so it is most explicitly *not* a physical address, but a network share address. Alternatively, you could try removing just the first \

    Regards,

    - Brian

     
  • Brian Peterson
    Brian Peterson
    2008-03-18

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    try taking out:

    \\nawinfs03

    that is a machine name, so it is most explicitly *not* a physical address, but a network share address. Alternatively, you could try removing just the first \

    Regards,

    - Brian

     
  • Val Cummins
    Val Cummins
    2008-03-25

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    I've tried what you suggested with no better results...

    DO I have to pay someone to get help???

    Val

     
  • Walter Torres
    Walter Torres
    2008-04-18

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    This has been solved.

    This is Windows pathing issue. Had to explicatly define the paths using DIRECTORY_SEPARATOR.

    Not pretty,but it worked.

    Walter