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Anyone can help me please setup my fluxcp?

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Anyone can help me please setup my fluxcp?

I keep getting this error but the code is correct 😞

Parse error: syntax error, unexpected end of file, expecting '`' in /home/vol1000_2/epizy.com/epiz_25495159/htdocs/config/servers.php on line 112

This is the code:

--- check

 

--edit: Resolved

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1 hour ago, chronoscrowler said:

but the code is correct

The code is obviously not correct:

'UseMD5'   => `false,

Remove that erroneous `

The error literally told you where to look.

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Thanks but, now there is a different error 😞

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Parse error: syntax error, unexpected 'Persistent' (T_STRING), expecting ')' in /home/vol1000_2/epizy.com/epiz_25495159/htdocs/config/servers.php on line 41


Below are lines 30 to 42 😞

		'LogsDbConfig'   => array(
			//'Socket'     => '/tmp/mysql.sock',
			//'Port'       => 3306,
			//'Encoding'   => null, // Connection encoding -- use whatever here your MySQL tables collation is.
			'Convert'    => 'utf8',
				// -- 'Convert' option only works when 'Encoding' option is specified and iconv (http://php.net/iconv) is available.
				// -- It specifies the encoding to convert your MySQL data to on the website (most likely needs to be utf8)
			'Hostname'   => 'x.x.x.x',
			'Username'   => 'ragnarok',
			'Password'   => 'ragnarok',
			'Database'   => 'ragna_logs
			'Persistent' => true,
			'Timezone'   => null // Possible values is as described in the comment in DbConfig.

 

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21 minutes ago, chronoscrowler said:

Parse error: syntax error, unexpected 'Persistent' (T_STRING), expecting ')' in /home/vol1000_2/epizy.com/epiz_25495159/htdocs/config/servers.php on line 41

'Database'   => 'ragna_logs     <--------- Where is the missing symbol ' ???

always recheck what you have edited.

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As i've already said, the error message tells you where to look for the erroneous code. There's absolutely no reason why you couldn't have fixed either of these issues yourself. It's all about the learning curve!

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