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Hi Guys,

Greetings!

I have successfully installed Joomla 1.5.10 then downloaded JoomFish 2.0.2.  When I attempt to install it, I keep on getting this error:
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        * JInstaller::install: File '[installer_path]\tmp\install_49cf2ed8c28cc\JoomFish2.0.2\install\install.php' does not exist.
        * Component Install: Could not copy PHP install file.
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Kindly guide me on how I could successfully install JoomFish.

Thank you very much.


Regards,
eNTRANCE2002 :-)
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Question by:Renante Entera
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by:JohnGerhardt
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When you download JoomFish I think you are selecting "RUN" straight away when you are downloading it..
This means the the file is copied to a temp file, your virus scan might then stop things copying out of that directory.
Try clicking "Save" as you download it and then save it to your "My Documents" and then launch it from there.
 
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by:Renante Entera
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Hi JohnGerhardt,

I am sorry to disappoint you 'coz it seems that you are providing me a non-sense comment.  Actually, I have downloaded successfully JoomFish 2.0.2.  What's weird about it is when I install it over Joomla Admin panel.  I always keep on receiving that error.

In addition to that, I suspect if there might be incompatibility issue and so I decided to download the earlier copy of it which is JoomFish 2.0.1  But still I got NO luck...

Anybody could help me resolve the said issue?  Well, my only objective is to have a FRONTEND which is in Russian and BACKEND (English).  I already have an existing English Joomla site.  I want to have it in RUSSIAN.

I do hope these make sense...


Best regards,

eNTRANCE2002 :-)
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JohnGerhardt earned 250 total points
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You have mis-understood me.. That said in this case I am giving you an idea not instance solution..
My thinking is: When you orginally download JoomFish from their website you are asked by Windows where you wanted to download it.. Where did you choose...?
tAlso Try turning off your virusscanner during the install, also make sure that the users that Joomla is running with has permissions to see the temp folder refered to in the path...
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by:Renante Entera
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Hi JohnGerhardt,

Hmmm... I got now your point.  Actually, I have tried installing JoomFish in another workstation and everything went FINE without any problem at all.

Anyway, I do apologize on my previous comment.

Thank you very much for the idea.


Regards,

eNTRANCE2002 :-)
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