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Hi,

I recently installed the JForum 2.1.6 in my windows machine:

Windows XP home edition
Tomcat 5.0
Java 1.5.0
MySQL 4.1.1

Everythign works fine, but then I tried to install this in a Linux server:

Fedora Core 4
Tocamt 5.0
Java 1.4.2
MySQL 4.1.20

And I started having problems, so far the bbcodes in the welcome post gives me this error:

java.util.regex.PatternSyntaxException: At position 1 in regular expression pattern:
quantifier (?*+{}) without preceding token
(?s)\[code\](.*?)\[/code\]


And I can't insert any topic:

java.sql.SQLException: You have an error in your SQL syntax; check the manual that corresponds to your MySQL server version for the right syntax to use near '11:38:42, 0, 0, 0, 0)' at line 1

And I just did exactly what I did for the windows installation, any ideas what can be the issue?

Thanks,

Jose Miguel.

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This is happening with all input, or with some specific text?

Rafael
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The first issue is in the welcome message and I think is because the bbcodes in the body, the "[*]" and the regular expresion class used to parse the text raises the error.
The second one is because the date, when trying to insert the first topic in the forum, in the trace, the date seems to have not been encloded in ' , so maybe is this the problem?

Thanks,

Jose Miguel.
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This is the first time somebody report this kind of problem, specially with your setup. The regular expressions run fine in many different VMs.

As it appears, there is something related to the Linux setup you're using. It's hard to say. Are you able to test other versions of the virtual machine?

Rafael
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Not sure if I can try with other virtual machine, will see.

Anyway, what about the sql error? any ideas?

Jose Miguel.
[originally posted on jforum.net by josemiguel]
 
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