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No Input File Specified 3 years 7 months ago #90983

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I'm currently attempting to update from 1.92 to 2.00. I deleted the "limesurvey" folder that contained 1.92 and uploaded 2.00 build 130110. The installer comes up and I get to the part where I input the database login/path/password information. I used the same info that was in the 1.92 config file. I hit enter and it says "everything's updated" (or something similar) and then redirects to a page that is completely blank, except it says "No input file specified." I've seen some other posters who had that problem and followed their solutions (changing the permissions on the limesurvey folder), but have had no luck. I'm installing on GoDaddy, using MySQL 5.0 and PHP 5.0.

Thanks in advance for any help,

Andrew
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No Input File Specified 3 years 6 months ago #91942

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Was my post stupid or deficient in some way? Any ideas or should I just move on?

Thanks,

Andrew
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No Input File Specified 3 years 6 months ago #91945

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You don't seem to be the only one: bugs.limesurvey.org/view.php?id=5925

Guess what: it's on Godaddy... which would make me think it is a problem on the GoDaddy server configuration.
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No Input File Specified 3 years 6 months ago #91946

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I've seen others had have problems with 2.0+ on GoDaddy. I thought maybe someone might have an idea of a work-around. I've been running 1.0+ on my GoDaddy for years with no problems. Can you recommend any good US hosting companies? I have a project I have to start Saturday, so I've gone back to v1.92, but I'd like to take advantage of the new features.

Thanks for your time,

Andrew
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No Input File Specified 3 years 6 months ago #91957

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Sorry, no idea about US hosters. GoDaddy is definitely not one (never has been) from what I see.

I am running my own vServer, but also there had to do some upgrades so that 2.0 would run, while 1.9x was running out of the box.
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No Input File Specified 3 years 6 months ago #92339

I found the following answer on

stackoverflow.com/questions/14763580/lim...dy/14772590#14772590

It works! I am upgrading to 2.0 on GoDaddy.

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Try editing /application/config/config.php and set the line

'urlFormat' => 'path',
to

'urlFormat' => 'get',
then visit your.domain.com/limesurvey/admin again. The URL format should have slightly changed now but at least it will work.
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No Input File Specified 3 years 6 months ago #92764

I did have the same problem...and I'm using Godaddy!
Below change solved the problem. Not sure of the implications.

Try editing /application/config/config.php and set the line

'urlFormat' => 'path',

to

'urlFormat' => 'get',
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No Input File Specified 3 years 6 months ago #92919

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Thanks for the information. We currently have projects running, so I haven't been able to test it out yet, but thanks for the help. As soon as we have downtime I'll be making the upgrade.
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No Input File Specified 3 years 4 months ago #94499

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This worked perfectly. Thanks again for the help.
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No Input File Specified 3 years 4 months ago #94507

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No Input File Specified 3 years 2 months ago #97043

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I had the same problem and I am also using GoDaddy...and this solution worked.

But the issue didn't arise after installation.

I've had 2.0 installed since it came out. One day (yesterday), GoDaddy migrated my domain to a new server. I got a note that the transfer was complete i got no warning when it was going to happen. Suddenly I couldn't log in to LimeSurvey admin AND none of the links to live surveys in the field worked anymore! Potentially disastrous. Luckily no one was hurt too badly.

Has anyone had a similar experience? Can anyone explain to me how GoDaddy's migration and the path/get specification in the config.php file interact to cause an outage like that. Obviously, we need to prevent this from happening again.

Thanks in advance,
-Nebraska
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