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Hello, Im not good in scrpting, its like readind jibberish...lol...My problem is im trying to convert my phpbb 2.0 to phpbb 3.0 and im getting 1 500 internal error and to check my PHP error log. whrn i do im getting this reading:

PHP Fatal error: Class 'acm' not found in /hermes/bosweb/web272/b2724/ipw.bashment/public_html/phpBB3/includes/cache.php on line 23
PHP Warning: include() [<a href='function.include'>function.include</a>]: Failed opening './../includes/acm/acm_file.php' for inclusion (include_path='.:/usr/local/lib/php-5.2.4/lib/php') in /hermes/bosweb/web272/b2724/ipw.bashment/public_html/phpBB3/install/index.php on line 161
PHP Warning: include(./../includes/acm/acm_file.php) [<a href='function.include'>function.include</a>]: failed to open stream: No such file or directory in /hermes/bosweb/web272/b2724/ipw.bashment/public_html/phpBB3/install/index.php on line 161

Im lost with this script because the flies this script is claiming isnt there, is there....i dont know what else to do

can someone help
Apr 5 '08 #1
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The first place to look for guidance on installing or upgrading a product is with the product makers. Especially since you are talking about scripts that are part of the phpBB application itself.

So I'd advise to turn to the phpBB helpdesk in this particular case of upgrading 2.0 to 3.0

Apr 5 '08 #2
5,058 Expert 4TB

I'd agree with Ronald. The only people who really know how to fix this are the people that built your program. The best we could do is speculate, and given the information we have at the moment, we can hardly even do that much.

I can tell you, however, that this error is being caused by a missing file. PHP can't find this specific file and can therefore not load it's contents.

In my experience, include errors are usually just me forgetting to copy or move a file. I would double (and triple (and even quadruple!) check that the file is where you meant it to be.

If the file is indeed where it is supposed to be, there must be a problem with the code. What that problem is, I do not know. The only people that would know that are the people that built the code.
Apr 5 '08 #3

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