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 Post subject: SAM and Firbird Issue
PostPosted: October 9th, 2008, 10:57 am 
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ok..installed SAM on spare server machine running Server 2003 (ActiveDiectory), Apache 2.0, PHP5 and Firebird database. When I try to access the playing.php I get the following:

status=err
SQL error=Could not connect to Interbase server (mail:C:\Program Files\SpacialAudio\SAMBC\SAMDB/SAMDB.fdb): Unable to complete network request to host "mail". Failed to locate host machine. Undefined service gds_db/tcp.

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It looks like your configuration file is pointing to a machine named mail.

So you will need to post your config file here and I can take a look at it.

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In config.php

<?php

/* ## ======================================== ## */
$commonpath = "./common";

//Station general details
$station = "Gator FM";
$email = "clebeouf@chtechllc.com";
$logo = "images/logo.gif";

$stationid = 112595; //The ID of your registered station on AudioRealm.com
$sam["host"] = "12.192.255.100"; //The IP address of the machine SAM is running on (DO NOT use a local IP address like 127.0.0.1 or 192.x.x.x)
$sam["port"] = "1221"; //The port SAM handles HTTP requests on. Usually 1221.


//General options
$privaterequests = true; //If False, AudioRealm.com will handle the requests
$showtoprequests = true; //Must we show the top 10 requests on the now playing page?
$requestdays = 30; //Show the top10 requests for the last xx days

$showpic = true; //Must we show pictures in now playing section?
$picture_dir = "pictures/"; //Directory where all your album pictures are stored
$picture_na = $picture_dir."na.gif"; //Use this picture if the song has no picture

//Row colors used
$darkrow = "#dadada";
$lightrow = "#F6F6F6";

/* ## ======================================== ## */

$metabasepath = "$commonpath/metabase";
require("$metabasepath/metabase_interface.php");
require("$metabasepath/metabase_database.php");

require_once("common/form.php");
require_once("common/db.php");
require_once("common/functions.php");

// Load EGPCS vars into globals (emulates register_globals = On in php.ini)
if (!empty($HTTP_ENV_VARS)) while(list($name, $value) = each($HTTP_ENV_VARS)) $$name = $value;
if (!empty($HTTP_GET_VARS)) while(list($name, $value) = each($HTTP_GET_VARS)) $$name = $value;
if (!empty($HTTP_POST_VARS)) while(list($name, $value) = each($HTTP_POST_VARS)) $$name = $value;
if (!empty($HTTP_COOKIE_VARS)) while(list($name, $value) = each($HTTP_COOKIE_VARS)) $$name = $value;
if (!empty($HTTP_SERVER_VARS)) while(list($name, $value) = each($HTTP_SERVER_VARS)) $$name = $value;


$db = new DBTable();

//Your REMOTE MySQL database login details
//IMPORTANT: This is the database login details for the database located on the WEBSERVER.
$db->ReadXMLConfig("dbconfig.xml.php");

//Your LOCAL MySQL database login details
//This is the login details the webserver will use to contact the local database on the SAM Broadcaster server.
//This is only used for making dedications from the request window.
//$db->ReadXMLConfig("samdb.xml.php");
$samlogin = $db->login; //In most cases the remote database will be the same as the local database.

//Finally connect to the database
$db->connect();
?>

In dbconfig.xml.php

<?/*
<CONFIG application="SAM" version="4.3.2">
<Database>
<Driver>FIREBIRD</Driver>
<Host>Mail</Host>
<Port>3050</Port>
<Database>C:\Program Files\SpacialAudio\SAMBC\SAMDB\SAMDB.fdb</Database>
<Username>*****</Username>
<Password>*****</Password>
<ServerMode>LOCAL</ServerMode></Database>
</CONFIG>

*/?>

In firebird.conf

#######################################
#
# Firebird configuration file
#
# Comments
# --------
# The # character is used for comments and can be placed anywhere on a
# line. Anything following the # character on a line is considered a
# comment.
#
# Examples:
#
# # This is a comment
# DefaultDbCachePages = 2048 # This is an end-of-line comment
#
# Entries
# -------
# The default value for each entry is listed to the right of the "=".
# To activate an entry, remove the leading "#"s and supply the desired
# value.
#
# Please note, a number of the values are specified in **Bytes** (Not KB).
# Accordingly, we have provided some simple conversion tables at the bottom
# of this file.
#
# There are three types of configuration values: integer, boolean and string.
#
# Integer
# --------
# Integers is what they sound like, an integral value. Examples:
# 1
# 42
# 4711
#
# Boolean
# -------
# Boolean is expressed as integer values with 0 (zero) being "false" and
# non-zero is taken to mean "true". For consistency we recommend you
# only use 0/1.
#
# String
# ------
# Strings are also what they sound like, strings. Examples:
# RootDirectory = /opt/firebird
# RemotePipeName = pipe47
#
#
# Portions of this file have been reproduced/made available with the
# permission of Ann Harrison @ IBPhoenix.
#
#######################################

# ==================================
# Settings for all platforms/engines
# ==================================
#
# ----------------------------
# Specify the root directory under which Firebird is installed.
# Can be used to override the OS-specifically determined one.
#
# Type: string
#
RootDirectory = C:\Program Files\Firebird\Firebird_2_1


# ----------------------------
# Database Paths/Directories
#
# DatabaseAccess may be None, Full or Restrict. If you choose Restrict,
# provide ';'-separated trees list, where database files are stored.
# Relative paths are treated relative to RootDirectory entry
# (see above). Default value 'Full' gives full access to all files
# on your site. To specify access to specific trees, enum all required
# paths (for Win32 this may be something like 'C:\DataBase;D:\Mirror',
# for unix - '/db;/mnt/mirrordb'). If you choose 'None', then only
# databases listed in aliases.conf can be attached.
#
# Note: simple quotation marks shown above should *NOT* be used when
# specifying values and directory path names. Examples:
#
# DatabaseAccess = None
# DatabaseAccess = Restrict C:\DataBase
# DatabaseAccess = Restrict C:\DataBase;D:\Mirror
# DatabaseAccess = Restrict /db
# DatabaseAccess = Restrict /db;/mnt/mirrordb
# DatabaseAccess = Full
#
# UNCONTROLLED DATABASE ACCESS MAY COMPROMISE YOUR SYSTEM!
# IT IS STRONGLY RECOMMENDED THAT THIS SETTING BE USED TO LIMIT
# DATABASE LOCATIONS!
#
# Type: string (special format)
#
DatabaseAccess = Full


# ----------------------------
# External File Paths/Directories
#
# ExternalFileAccess may be None, Full or Restrict. If you choose
# Restrict, provide ';'-separated trees list, where external files
# are stored. Relative paths are treated relative to RootDirectory entry
# (see above). Default value 'None' disables any use of external files
# on your site. To specify access to specific trees, enum all required
# paths (for Win32 this may be something like 'C:\ExternalTables',
# for unix - '/db/extern;/mnt/extern').
#
# NOTE: THE EXTERNAL TABLE ENGINE FEATURE COULD BE USED TO COMPROMISE
# THE SERVER/HOST AS WELL AS DATABASE SECURITY!!
#
# IT IS STRONGLY RECOMMENDED THAT THIS SETTING BE USED TO LIMIT
# EXTERNAL TABLE LOCATIONS!
#
# Type: string (special format)
#
ExternalFileAccess = C:\Program Files\SpacialAudio\SAMBC\SAMDB


# ----------------------------
# External Function (UDF) Paths/Directories
#
# UdfAccess may be None, Full or Restrict. If you choose
# Restrict, provide ';'-separated trees list, where UDF libraries
# are stored. Relative paths are treated relative to RootDirectory entry
# (see above). Default value 'Restrict UDF' provides the same restrictions
# as in FB 1.0. To specify access to specific trees, enum all required
# paths (for Win32 this may be something like 'C:\ExternalFunctions',
# for unix - '/db/extern;/mnt/extern').
#
# NOTE: THE EXTERNAL FUNCTION ENGINE FEATURE COULD BE USED TO COMPROMISE
# THE SERVER/HOST AS WELL AS DATABASE SECURITY!!
#
# IT IS STRONGLY RECOMMENDED THAT THIS SETTING BE USED TO LIMIT
# EXTERNAL FUNCTION LOCATIONS!
#
# Type: string (special format)
#
UdfAccess = Restrict UDF


# ----------------------------
# Temporary directories
#
# Provide ';'-separated trees list, where temporary files are stored.
# Relative paths are treated relative to RootDirectory entry
# (see above). Default value is determined using FIREBIRD_TMP,
# TEMP or TMP environment options. Once the first specified
# directory has no available space, the engine will switch to the
# next one, and so on.
#
# E.g.:
# TempDirectories = c:\temp
# or
# TempDirectories = c:\temp;d:\temp
#
# Type: string (special format)
#
TempDirectories = c:\temp

# ----------------------------
# Legacy hash makes possible use of old security.fdb
# after running misc/upgrade/security_database.sql.
# If you want to disable logons with old passwords
# after users' migration, set it to 0 (false).
# Makes no difference when used with original
# security2.fdb - it can't contain DES hash.
#
# Type: boolean
#
LegacyHash = 0

# ----------------------------
# Which authentication method(s) should be used.
# "native" means use of only traditional interbase/firebird
# authentication with security database.
# "trusted" (Windows Only) makes use of window trusted authentication,
# and in some aspects this is the most secure way to authenticate.
# "mixed" means both methods may be used.
#
# Type: string
#
Authentication = mixed

# ----------------------------
# Number of cached database pages
#
# This sets the number of pages from any one database that can be held
# in cache at once. If you increase this value, the engine will
# allocate more pages to the cache for every database. By default, the
# SuperServer allocates 2048 pages for each database and the classic
# allocates 75 pages per client connection per database.
#
# Type: integer
#
DefaultDbCachePages = 2048

# ----------------------------
# Disk space preallocation
#
# Sets the amount of preallocated disk space in bytes. Disk space
# preallocation allows to reduce physical file fragmentation and to make
# database work in out of disk space condition. With preallocation enabled,
# engine allocates 1/16nth of already allocated disk space at a time but
# not less than 128KB and no more than DatabaseGrowthIncrement (128MB by
# default). To disable preallocation set DatabaseGrowthIncrement to zero.
# Shadow database files are not preallocated.
#
# Type: integer
#
DatabaseGrowthIncrement = 134217728

# ----------------------------
# File system cache usage
#
# Sets the threshold whether Firebird will use file system cache or not.
# File system caching is used if database cache pages (sets explicitly in
# database header or implicitly via DefaultDbCachePages setting) is less
# than MaxFileSystemCache value.
# To always use file system cache set MaxFileSystemCache to some big value.
# To never use file system cache set MaxFileSystemCache to zero.
#
# Type: integer, measured in database pages
#
MaxFileSystemCache = 65536

# ----------------------------
# Temporary space management
#
# Temporary storage is used by the sorting module, it's also
# intended to store temporary datasets etc.
#
# The parameters below handle the allocation and caching policy
# for the temporary space manager. In previous Firebird versions,
# they were prefixed with "SortMem" instead of current "Temp".
#
# The smallest block size being allocated in the temporary storage.
# This value reflects the allocation granularity.
#
# Type: integer
#
TempBlockSize = 1048576

#
# The maximum amount of the temporary space that can be cached
# in memory.
#
# For Classic servers, this setting is defaulted to 8 MB.
# Although it can be increased, the value applies to each client
# connection/server instance and thus consumes a lot of memory.
#
# Type: integer
#
TempCacheLimit = 67108864


# ----------------------------
# Backward-compatible parameter ordering as it was in FB v1/IB
#
# Type: boolean
#
OldParameterOrdering = 0


# ----------------------------
# Boolean evaluation method (complete or shortcut)
#
# If your SQL code depends on side-effects of full evaluation of OR
# and AND statements (right-hand-side terms), even if the expressions
# final result could be determined by just examining the value of the
# first term, you might need to turn this on.
#
# Type: boolean
#
CompleteBooleanEvaluation = 0


# ----------------------------
#
# Determines the number of seconds that the lock manager will wait after a
# conflict has been encountered before purging locks from dead processes
# and doing extra deadlock scan cycle. Engine detects deadlocks instantly
# in all normal cases, so this value affects things only if something goes
# wrong. Setting it too low may degrade system performance.
#
# Type: integer
#
DeadlockTimeout = 10


# ----------------------------
#
# How often the pages are flushed on disk
# (for databases with ForcedWrites=Off only)
#
# Number of unflushed writes which will accumulate before they are
# flushed, at the next transaction commit. For non-Win32 ports,
# the default value is -1 (Disabled)
#
# Type: integer
#
MaxUnflushedWrites = 100

#
# Number of seconds during which unflushed writes will accumulate
# before they are flushed, at the next transaction commit. For non-Win32
# ports, the default value is -1 (Disabled)
#
# Type: integer
#
MaxUnflushedWriteTime = 5


# ----------------------------
#
# This option controls whether to call abort() when internal error or BUGCHECK
# is encountered thus invoke post-mortem debugger which can dump core suitable
# for off-line analysis. When disabled engine tries to minimize damage and
# continue execution.
#
# Note that setting this option to 1 makes engine produce traceable coredumps
# when something nasty like SIGSEGV happens inside UDF. On Windows enabling
# this option makes engine invoke JIT debugger facilities when errors happen.
#
# For debugging builds (DEV_BUILD), default value is 1 (Enabled)
#
# Type: boolean
#
BugcheckAbort = 1


# Prior to Firebird 1.5 various SELECT expressions generated unnamed
# columns. This did not conform to the SQL standard. Fb 1.5 saw the
# introduction of default aliases for these unnamed columns. In some
# cases, particularly if string concatenation is used (via the ||
# operator) this breaks existing scripts.
#
# This setting will affect aliases generated via CONCATENATION,
# CURRENT_DATE, CURRENT_TIME, CURRENT_TIMESTAMP and EXTRACT. Setting
# the value to true will disable the alias generation. It is only
# recommended to be used where legacy scripts need to be supported.
# It will be marked deprecated in Firebird 2.0 and removed in
# Firebird 3.0.
#
# Type: boolean
#
#OldColumnNaming = 0


# ----------------------------
# Client Connection Settings (Basic)
#
# Seconds to wait before concluding an attempt to connect has failed.
#
# Type: integer
#
ConnectionTimeout = 180

#
# Seconds to wait on a silent client connection before the server sends
# dummy packets to request acknowledgment.
#
# DO NOT USE THIS OPTION. It may hang or crash Windows on the client side as
# explained here: http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?kbid=296265
# or may not prevent eventual inactive client disconnection for other OS.
#
# Normally, Firebird uses SO_KEEPALIVE socket option to keep track of
# active connections. If you do not like default 2-hour keepalive timeout
# then adjust your server OS settings appropriately. On UNIX-like OS's,
# modify contents of /proc/sys/net/ipv4/tcp_keepalive_*. On Windows,
# follow instrutions of this article:
# http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?kbid=140325
#
# Type: integer
#
#DummyPacketInterval = 0


# ----------------------------
# TCP Protocol Settings
#
# The TCP Service name/Port number to be used for client database
# connections.
#
# It is only necessary to change one of the entries, not both. The
# order of precendence is the 'RemoteServiceName' (if an entry is
# found in the 'services.' file) then the 'RemoteServicePort'.
#
# Type: string, integer
#
#RemoteServiceName = gds_db
RemoteServicePort = 3050

#
# The TCP Port Number to be used for server Event Notification
# messages. The value of 0 (Zero) means that the server will choose
# a port number randomly.
#
# Type: integer
#
#RemoteAuxPort = 0

#
# TCP/IP buffer size for send and receive buffers of both the client
# and server. The engine reads ahead of the client and can send
# several rows of data in a single packet. The larger the packet size,
# the more data is sent per transfer. Range is 1448 to 32767 (MAX_SSHORT).
#
# Type: integer
#
TcpRemoteBufferSize = 8192

#
# Either enables or disables Nagle algorithm (TCP_NODELAY option of
# socket) of the socket connection.
#
# Note: Currently is a default for classic and super servers.
#
# Type: boolean
#
TcpNoNagle = 1

#
# Allows incoming connections to be bound to the IP address of a
# specific network card. It enables rejection of incoming connections
# through any other network interface except this one. By default,
# connections from any available network interface are allowed.
#
# Type: string
#
RemoteBindAddress = 12.192.255.100


# ----------------------------
# Locking and shared memory parameters
#
# Bytes of shared memory allocated for lock manager.
# In Classic mode, the size given is used for the initial allocation. The
# table expands dynamically up to the limit of memory. In SuperServer, the
# initial size is also the final size.
#
# Type: integer
#
LockMemSize = 1048576

#
# Number of semaphores for interprocess communication.
# In non-threading environments, this sets the number of semaphores
# available
#
# Type: integer
#
LockSemCount = 32

#
# When a connection wants to lock an object, it gets a lock request
# block which specifies the object and the lock level requested. Each
# locked object has a lock block. Request blocks are connected to those
# lock blocks either as requests that have been granted, or as pending
# requests.
#
# The settings:
# 1 means locks are granted first come, first served.
# 0 means emulate InterBase v3.3 behavior, where locks are granted
# as soon as they are available; can result in lock request
# starvation.
#
# Type: integer/boolean
#
LockGrantOrder = 1

#
# In Classic, only one client process may access the lock table at any
# time. Access to the lock table is governed by a mutex. The mutex can
# be requested conditionally - a wait is a failure and the request must
# be retried - or unconditionally - the request will wait until it is
# satisfied. This parameter establishes the number of attempts that
# will be made conditionally. Zero value means unconditional mode.
# Relevant only on SMP machines.
#
# Type: integer
#
LockAcquireSpins = 0

#
# Tune lock hash list; more hash slots mean shorter hash chains. Only
# necessary under very high load. Prime number values are recommended.
#
# Type: integer
#
LockHashSlots = 1009

# ----------------------------
#
# Bytes of shared memory allocated for event manager.
#
# Type: integer
#
EventMemSize = 65536


# ===========================
# SuperServer Engine Settings
# ===========================
#
# ----------------------------
# Which CPUs should be used (Windows Only)
#
# In an SMP system, sets which processors can be used by the server.
# The value is taken from a bit map in which each bit represents a CPU.
# Thus, to use only the first processor, the value is 1. To use both
# CPU 1 and CPU 2, the value is 3. To use CPU 2 and CPU 3, the value
# is 6. The default value is 1.
#
# Type: integer
#
#CpuAffinityMask = 1


# ----------------------------
# Settings for the thread scheduler (Windows Only)
#
# If you have problems with computer response time, running firebird
# on workstation, turn off thread scheduler.
#
# Type: boolean
#
#UsePriorityScheduler = 1

#
# The wait time, in milli-seconds (ms), before the priority of:
# - an active thread is reduced to 'Low', or
# - an inactive thread is increased to 'High'
#
# Note: The default value was chosen based on experiments on Intel
# PIII/P4 processors. It should be increased for using in the computer
# with lower speed processors.
#
# Type: integer
#
#PrioritySwitchDelay = 100

#
# Number of additional 'intervals' given to a 'High' priority thread.
#
# Type: integer
#
#PriorityBoost = 5

# ----------------------------
# Garbage collection policy
#
# Defines how engine does garbage collection. Valid values are :
# cooperative
# background
# combined
#
# Superserver has by default "combined" policy
# Classic has by default "cooperative" policy.
# Other values are ignored by classic server build
#
# Type: string (special format)
#
#GCPolicy = combined


# ==============================
# Classic Server Engine Settings
# ==============================
#


# ==============================
# Settings for Windows platforms
# ==============================
#
# ----------------------------
# Does the guardian restart the server every time it crashes?
# 0 - only start the engine/service once
# 1 - always restart the engine/service if it terminates
#
# Type: integer/boolean
#
GuardianOption = 1


#
# ----------------------------
# Priority level/class for the server process.
#
# The values are:
# 0 (Zero) - normal priority,
# positive value - high priority (same as -B command line option)
# negative value - low priority.
#
# Note: All changes to this value should be carefully tested to ensure
# that engine is more responsive to requests.
#
# Type: integer
#
ProcessPriorityLevel = 0


# ----------------------------
# Local Connection Settings
#
# The name of the shared memory area used as a transport channel in local protocol.
# Note that the local protocol in v2.0 is not compatible with any previous version
# if Firebird or InterBase.
#
# IMPORTANT! If your host OS is Vista or you are running Windows 2003 or
# Windows XP with terminal services enabled, and you need the local connection
# to work, you should prefix the below value with "Global\", i.e. it should
# be "Global\FIREBIRD". Please note that the prefix is case-sensitive.
#
# Type: string
#
IpcName = Global\FIREBIRD

#
# The name of the pipe used as a transport channel in NetBEUI protocol.
# Has the same meaning as a port number for TCP/IP. The default value is
# compatible with IB/FB1.
#
# Type: string
#
RemotePipeName = interbas

#
# Does the server need to create a (hidden) window used for IPC communication.
# Turn this off to run the server without a window and hence without local protocol.
# Can be used for running a few instances of the server simultaneously on win32.
#
# Type: boolean
#
CreateInternalWindow = 1


# ============================
# Settings for Unix/Linux platforms
# ============================
#
#
# UNIX signal to use for interprocess communication
#
# Type: integer
#
#LockSignal = 16


# ----------------------------
# Remove protection against opening databases on NFS mounted volumes
#
# ***WARNING*** ***WARNING*** ***WARNING*** ***WARNING***
#
# This option removes an important safety feature of Firebird and can
# cause irrecoverable database corruption. Do not use this option unless
# you understand the risks and are prepared to accept the loss of the
# contents of your database.
# Unless this configuration option is changed from 0 to 1, Firebird can
# open a database only if the database is stored on a drive physically
# attached to the local computer - the computer running that copy of
# Firebird. Requests for connections to databases stored on NFS mounted
# drives are redirected to a Firebird server running on the computer that
# "owns" the disk.
# This restriction prevents two different copies of Firebird from opening
# the same database without coordinating their activities. Uncoordinated
# access by multiple copies of Firebird will corrupt a database. On a local
# system, the system-level file locking prevents uncoordinated access to
# the database file.
# NFS does not provide a reliable way to detect multiple users of a file on
# an NFS mounted disk. If a second copy of Firebird connects to a database on
# an NFS mounted disk, it will corrupt the database.
# Under some circumstances, running a Firebird server on the computer that
# owns NFS mounted volumes is inconvenient or impossible. Applications that
# use the "embedded" variant of Firebird and never share access to a database
# can use this option to permit direct access to databases on NFS mounted
# volumes.
# DO NOT ENABLE THIS OPTION UNLESS YOU REALLY KNOW WHAT YOU ARE DOING.
#
# Type: boolean
#
#RemoteFileOpenAbility = 0

# ----------------------------
# Remove protection against redirecting requests to other servers
#
# ***WARNING*** ***WARNING*** ***WARNING*** ***WARNING***
#
# Ability to redirect requests to other servers was initially present
# in Interbase, but was broken by Borland in Interbase 6.0, when
# they added SQL dialects. Request redirection was fixed in firebird 2.0,
# but today such behaviour (proxy) seems to be dangerous from security
# point of view. Imagine, you have one carefully protected firebird server,
# access to which is possible from global net. But in case when this server
# has access to your internal LAN (may and should be restricted,
# but often possible), it will work as a gateway for incoming requests like:
# firebird.your.domain.com:internal_server:/private/database.fdb
# It's enough to know name/IP of some internal server on your LAN, and for
# this connection one even need not know login/password on external server.
# Such gateway easily overrides firewall, installed to protect your LAN
# from outside attack.
#
# DO NOT ENABLE THIS OPTION UNLESS YOU REALLY KNOW WHAT YOU ARE DOING.
#
# Type: boolean
#
#Redirection = 0

#######################################
#
# KB to Bytes Conversion table
#
#######################################
#
# KB Bytes KB Bytes
# ---- --------- ---- ---------
# 1 1024 32 32768
# 2 2048 64 65536
# 4 4096 128 131072
# 8 8192 256 262144
# 16 16384 512 524288
#
#######################################
#
# MB to Bytes Conversion table
#
#######################################
#
# MB Bytes MB Bytes MB Bytes
# --- --------- --- ----------- --- -----------
# 1 1048576 64 67108864 448 469762048
# 2 2097152 128 134217728 512 536870912
# 4 4194304 192 201326592 640 671088640
# 8 8388608 256 268435456 768 805306368
# 16 16777216 320 335544320 896 939524096
# 32 33554432 384 402653184 1024 1073741824
#

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ooops...you are right. Thanks :D


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You need MySQL for samPHPweb. Firebird is NG. You have to fully uninstall SAM and Firebird, then install MySQL, then re-install SAM.


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