Autoupdate = forget it! You need to read the upgrade instructions thouroughly (https://www.phpbb.com/support/docs/en/3 ... /upgrade3/).
You may have a WSOD but it's a different board, on a different host, a different version and a different version of php (and other differences).confidentdepartment wrote: ↑Sat Nov 17, 2018 10:36 pmME TOO!!! Recieving white screen of death!
I am receiving the white screen of death as well. It occurs every time I attempt to compose a new message in the private messaging module. I have not discovered anything suspicious in my php logs that could lend a hint of what is occurring. The same error occurred within the phpbb gallery extension whenever I attempted to view an image, AND in the knowledge base extension when I went to both compose or edit an article. I have had to disable all of the above, because the features are useless without the ability to create or edit. I am running php-7.0 and currently running the newest release of phpbb 3.2.4. So, everything is up to date and should be functioning properly. FYI - the same problem was occurring when I was running 3.2.3, the upgrade did not affect the issue at all, which was rather disappointing. Url rewriting is disabled as well.
Please help me.
as there is no install file in the folder or the zip archive.Using your web browser, visit install/ in your board's root. (e.g. http://www.example.com/yourforum/install)
That's an unusual observation, since all of the .ZIP files -- including the update/delta .ZIP files it's not recommended to use -- still contain an
/install/folder. The same is true for the "phpBB-3.1.12.zip" and "phpBB-3.0.14.zip" Full Package downloads, if one of those is where you're stuck.
/phpbb3/install/" folder in the .ZIP file, not literally "an
/install/folder at the root of the .ZIP file." But that's because all of the files you need to upload to your site are under
/phpbb3/in the .ZIP file; not at the root of the .ZIP file.
/install/folder among the contained files you need to upload to your site, we'll just call a local priest in your area or something.