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Hello
Im trying to install Projectpier, but I have run in to some problems.

I can get to the first page of the configuration (domain/public/install), but when I click the "Next" button I get this error:

Notice: date_default_timezone_set() [function.date-default-timezone-set]: Timezone ID 'gmt' is invalid in /var/www/public/install/include.php on line 17

Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at /var/www/public/install/include.php:17) in /var/www/environment/functions/general.php on line 323

The timezone-error is also on the first page of the configuration.

Any ideas?

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Seems to be a server related issue.. I have installed PP on 3 different servers, which is not a much, but never encountered this kind error..

Look http://ee2.php.net/date_default_timezone_set for more details.

Also http://ee.php.net/manual/en/timezones.others.php might be helpful.
There is a waring about GMT timezone: Warning - Please do not use any of the timezones listed here (besides UTC), they only exist for backward compatible reasons.

So i guess that your server does not support any more GMT. So you have to update script according to http://ee.php.net/manual/en/timezones.php

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I will look at the timezone settings for the server.

The server is a VM. It is a completely clean install of Ubuntu 8.10 (JeOS setting) with the LAMP packages.

I could just try reverting the VM and downloading ProjectPier again.

I will do that and let you know how it works out.

BTW: The server is running locally and have an IP in a normal class C network. Also no domain-name attached.
I can't imagine how this could have any affect, but you might just as well know.

I suggest you to create the PHP file and test what is your default timezone

<?php
var_dump
(date_default_timezone_get());
?>

result this:

string(16) "System/Localtime"

my time zone is Europe/madrid and I try to set with date_default_timezone_set("Europe/Madrid") but not take efect.

Hi,

I also experience this issue OOTB on Ubuntu Jaunty.

I also encountered this issue, which i resolved by editing line 17 of the public/install/include.php file, replacing 'gmt' with 'GMT'.

The lowercase timezone was causing it to be unrecognised.

Hope this helps for you all.

Mark

I also encountered this issue, which i resolved by editing line 17 of the public/install/include.php file, replacing 'gmt' with 'GMT'.

The lowercase timezone was causing it to be unrecognised.

Hope this helps for you all.

Mark