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vbulletin 3.8.4 patch level 2 - problem
by andy6
17 May 2020 14:00

Hello,

A many years ago I buyed a vbulletin license , was the 3.8.2 version at that time.
In time, I used vbulletin platform and the last version used by me was vbulletin 3.8.4 patch level 2.

But now, after many years of not using it ( the vbulletin platform ), I log in , in my account and I can't download any version BUT only the vbulletin 3.8.4 patch level 2. All god, but when I upload the files on my webhost account and acces the address I receive:


Parse error: syntax error, unexpected 'new' (T_NEW) in /home/xaddonsr/public_html/includes/init.php on line 55

When I try to access the address with /install/install.php , I receive the same thing.

Please nice to help me, I'm missing from the internet and I'm behind with all the informations and updates.

Kind Regards,
Popescu Daniel B.

Dave 17 May 2020 14:23

Is it possible your license expired many years ago so you no longer have access to newer versions of vBulletin?

The errors you are receiving are most likely due to the PHP version that is running on your host and the very old vBulletin 3 versions that does not support PHP 7+ properly.

snakes1100 17 May 2020 17:28

On line 53 of init.php change =& new to = new, just remove the & symbol, then save the file, you will have to modify a few files, as they come up, do the same thing to the other files.

andy6 24 May 2020 08:04

Hello guys.

I resolve the problem, I set a lower php version on my webhost and it's working.

Kind regards.

bumper2011 24 Sep 2020 05:04

so may i know what php version are you running on now?
by the way, how's the version of mysql? does it matter?

cheers.:)

Quote:

Originally Posted by andy6 (Post 2603047)
Hello guys.

I resolve the problem, I set a lower php version on my webhost and it's working.

Kind regards.



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