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Unable to edit database - first content area with PCMS

Thread began 4/23/2012 1:03 pm by info404015 | Last modified 2/14/2014 3:01 pm by info404015 | 2119 views | 13 replies


OK - so this morning I was able to make connection to the client's hosting account to start the CMS, but when the admin wizard was setting up and performing the Diagnostic check, it failed at the PHP 4.4.9-1.standard, saying "PHP is running is safe mode. Contact your hosting provider to turn off safe mode."
I have asked the clients hosting provider to do this, but no response so far. If they CAN'T / WON'T turn off safe mode, is there alternative?

Diagnostics now fine and CMS installed - all files uploaded, but the home/admin page after login is not showing correctly - it looks as though files are still missing. I attach a screenshot of the admin page. Whats the solution please?

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