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Any suggestions for Debian 9 using latest 5.2.5?
Version 5.2.6. and 5.2.7. still have the same problem.
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I have found a solution in Windows! Change your user directory name:
For me it worked like a charm, and took 3 minutes!
Hope it will help all of you on Win platform.
Hi, I had the same problem and solved it with the version 5.2.8 when I executed the installer as admin.
Even running installer and app with admin privileges and changing Local Sites directory location didn’t work for me. Changing directory name using Registry seems to risky because it might break other apps or licenses. I’m working on a company computer at this time.
Still not fixed on 5.3.1…
My operating system is Windows 10 and I’m trying to install Local 5-2-8.
During the installation, I get a first error message.
After clicking OK, I get a second error message.
I have tried to install the program several times, but I keep getting the same error messages.
Could someone help me to find a solution?
Thank you in advance.
PS: I’m attaching the “local-lightning” file
local-lightning.log (43.7 KB)
So sorry we haven’t had a recent update for this! We’re still working out the details on how to fix this for all of the site services that Local utilizes.
In the meantime, if you have ran into this bug, please upvote it on our public bug tracker: https://feedback.localwp.com/bug-reports/p/local-is-unable-to-provision-sites-on-windows-when-there-are-special-characters
i met the same problem (last local version (5.4.1)) and I fixed the issue. You have 2 solutions :
- Change your username windows without any special characters ( https://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/89060-change-name-user-profile-folder-windows-10-a.html ) ==> Thanks to @danniemite for the tuto
- Add a new windows account (name it without any special characters)
And it works !!
By the past, I met the same problem with another soft and I recommend to not use special characters (neither Windows or Gmail or another account if you want to use some software)
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this fix my error… thanks man
They managed to find a solution
NO WORKING YET, UNFORTUNATELY.
What can I do?.
I think my problem is something a bit different, because says the database ‘local’ exists, what is that?
How to fix it?
local-lightning.log (157.5 KB)
I’m having the same issue for more than six months. All along I had been using Local with no issues until it started with this notification. I haven’t been able to use Local for about seven months. Are there any plans to fix it in a future version? Every time a new update comes I rush to get it in the hope that it will solve the problem. But until now nothing has happened.
Hi Clay and everyone having the same challenge, I managed to fix the issue by using an old version of Local. I had to download and install version 3.2.1 of Local by Flywheel and is now working perfectly. I guess that is the only way one can use Local without the benefit of the current updates. So, if people don’t mind, the best solution could be using an earlier version of the software.
Hey @chauque – do you have the exact error that mentions errors related to special characters within the Window’s username?
Can you provide an example of your username on the Bug Tracker for this bug:
As a workaround, if you are wanting to use the latest version of Local, you can create a new user or try editing the folder name for the user. See the updated topic description for more details:
Sorry for the frustration but:
HOW LONG WILL IT TAKE TO FIX THIS??? Do you want your software to be used?
I mean it’s been such a long time and still not fixed… At least admint you are not planning to do it then we can move to another software. This way you are just deciving customers.
I hate this kind of threatment.