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Does Godaddy deluxe Linux plan support vBulletine 5.3.0?

Hello,

I'm not tech savvy but just trying to install the latest version of vBulletin 5.3.0.

I tried installing several times but it never worked properly. I am using a deluxe Linux hosing. It was okay when I installed vBulletin 5.2.6.

Here is vB requirements in order to install the latest version. My deluxe Linux hosting support this? or should I move on another plan? or simply godaddy is not compatible with vBulletin?

 

I also would like to know that godaddy supports MySQLi. If so, how can I set this up with godaddy?

I don't know much about programming, so it is really hard to follow their instructions.


Please advise me and help me install it right.

I appreciate your time and help in advance.

 

 

Minimum Requirements

vBulletin is a web-based application and as such has a few minimum requirements. To run vBulletin, you need a web hosting provider that includes the following things:

  • PHP version 5.5.0 or greater
  • MySQL version 5.1.5 or greater
  • A pre-registered domain name
  • 1 Gigabyte of hard drive space
  • Rewrite Engine – A rewrite engine is needed for vBulletin’s Friendly URL routing to work. Popular rewrite engines include mod_rewrite on Apache and “URL Rewrite” for IIS 7 or greater.

Most hosting providers have already installed these applications on their servers. With the above requirements meant, the vBulletin software will run on any operating system using any modern web server software.

Recommended Requirements

The following settings and software packages are not required but will make your vBulletin experience more enjoyable. Your hosting provider can tell you whether these are available on your server.

  • PHP 7.x or greater
  • MySQL 5.5 or greater.
  • cURL or OpenSSL support – Allows secure connections to third-party services like Facebook Connect.
  • MySQLi support – MySQLi is a more robust software library to connect to the database that vBulletin uses.
  • Iconv support – A library that provides extra language and character set support.
  • OpCode Cache – An OpCode Cache like APC or XCache will enhance the performance of your vBulletin software. An OpCode Cache is a caching mechanism that can significantly increase the performance of vBulletin by pre-parsing the PHP files and keeping commonly used data in memory for rapid retrieval.