View Full Version : Flynax will not install - [MySQL server version, mod_rewrite]

Sam Wells
July 10, 2013, 07:31 AM
I am attempting to install flynax to my domain.

When the Installation Wizard is run, it shows errors as per the screenshot attached.
I have contacted my hosting provider about it, who have said:

Thanks for contacting us.

The version of mysql on our shared servers is MySQL 5.5.32.

I cannot see where this is getting "mysqlnd 5.0.8-dev - 20102224 - $Id: 731e5b87ba42146a687c29995d2dfd8b4e40b325 $" from.

A lot of these pre install checks themselves run off of url calls back to the domain, which is unfortunately a http loopback which is blocked by our firewalls, which would be the cause of the "Apach mod_rewrite module Undefined" as the test would not complete.

The Mysql version and mod rewrite are available to use so I would recommend speaking to the script developer to see if there is a way to bypass the check step.

I have from their advice raised a support ticket with Flynax, of which I have yet to receive any reply.
Could someone offer me some advice please?


July 10, 2013, 09:09 AM
Dear Sam Wells,

1. Open to edit the file: [ftp]/install/index.php
2. Find the code:

$mysql_version = (version_compare(mysql_get_client_info(), '4.1') == -1) ? false : true;

and replace the line to:

$mysql_version = true; //(version_compare(mysql_get_client_info(), '4.1') == -1) ? false : true;

3. Save and close the file.

If i can be of any further assistance don't hesitate to contact me.

Sam Wells
July 10, 2013, 10:26 PM
Thank you, this worked successfully.