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I ended up deleting the install, the level of documentation is very scares and the community seems small and level of support seems even smaller, restricted to about a couple. This is one project that has good promise to blow up but community is very important. It start by having a good and open documentation, open discussion, the higher the install base the more people would like to contribute to the project.
I for one would like to contribute. so please drop your suggestion on what could be wrong with my install. I will come back and do a detailed documentation for new users if I ever get it to work.
cheers.in reply to: Blank screen after install
Just to add that I have followed the troubleshooting suggestion below
There are about 80 tables and a few of them need to be altered during installation. Which means it will take anywhere between 30 – 60 seconds to install depending on your setup. Therefore you may need to increase the maximum upload file size limit, the memory capacity limit, or the PHP max execution time in your php.ini.
But no show, it would help to suggest values to set the mentioned php settings toin reply to: Blank screen after install
I can see you fixed the issue. What was the problem and how was it resolved. Edutrack is poorly documented which I think is intentionally as they seem to want to drive users into paying for the installation. IMHO this is counter productive as most people installing edutrac are mostly school IT administrators who just want to try it out to see if it is fit for purpose for their school needs. An easy well documented install documentation would allow for more adoption which would increase usage base and bring in more money.
I digress. I would appreciate what you did to solve the blank, white space problem. Thanks.in reply to: Only shows white screen!