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v1.5.4.0 - Cannot install language "English (English)"

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maybe first install using default values (English US??) and then change afterwards?

See here how:

http://www.prestashop.com/forums/topic/188757-how-to-change-default-language-prestashop-15/

 

Hope this helps, and good luck with your shop! Feel free to ask more questions may they pop up :-) (just open a new post in the 'best fitting' sub category for quickest reply)

 

Pascal

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maybe first install using default values (English US??) and then change afterwards?

See here how:

http://www.prestasho...-prestashop-15/

 

Hope this helps, and good luck with your shop! Feel free to ask more questions may they pop up :-) (just open a new post in the 'best fitting' sub category for quickest reply)

 

Pascal

When Download and install the Default is always English.

 

Let me explain more details on the error happen.

1. After I download the English file from http://www.prestashop.com/en/download

2. I extract the file and start my installation from localhost/fd/install

3. The default language English was choose and key in the site details. Then the installation start.

4. It stop at 25%. Cannot install language "English (English)"

 

Please help.

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I guessed this problem might cause from:

1. No 'en.gzip' file in \prestashop_1.5.4.0\prestashop\translations (folder name might change upon each places) (so when you'd install it showed this error messagaes.)

2. At line <language_code> tag in ..\prestashop\install\langs\en\language.xml doesn't match

with filename 'en.gzip'

 

 

So I tries this solution:

1. Before installation Prestashop, I tried to download 'en.gzip' file from

'http://www.prestashop.com/en/translations' and copied it to folder

..\prestashop_1.5.4.0\prestashop\translations (Another languages might do like this)

 

2. Open file name 'language.xml' in folder ..\prestashop\install\langs\en for edit

and go to tag line '<language_code>' and change from

<language_code>en-us</language_code> to

<language_code>en</language_code> and save then close

 

Finally try to install Prestashop again

It's worked for me! No Problem..

 

( My O/S: windows 7 enterprise.-64bit / install on Appserv 2.5.10)

 

NUI :lol:

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I guessed this problem might cause from:

1. No 'en.gzip' file in \prestashop_1.5.4.0\prestashop\translations (folder name might change upon each places) (so when you'd install it showed this error messagaes.)

2. At line <language_code> tag in ..\prestashop\install\langs\en\language.xml doesn't match

with filename 'en.gzip'

 

 

So I tries this solution:

1. Before installation Prestashop, I tried to download 'en.gzip' file from

'http://www.prestashop.com/en/translations' and copied it to folder

..\prestashop_1.5.4.0\prestashop\translations (Another languages might do like this)

 

2. Open file name 'language.xml' in folder ..\prestashop\install\langs\en for edit

and go to tag line '<language_code>' and change from

<language_code>en-us</language_code> to

<language_code>en</language_code> and save then close

 

Finally try to install Prestashop again

It's worked for me! No Problem..

 

( My O/S: windows 7 enterprise.-64bit / install on Appserv 2.5.10)

 

NUI :lol:

Thanks for the solution.

Finally it work now. :D

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I will confirm once I did the following it worked for me... Thank you for your assistance...

 

1. Before installation Prestashop, I tried to download 'en.gzip' file from

'http://www.prestashop.com/en/translations' and copied it to folder

..\prestashop_1.5.4.0\prestashop\translations (Another languages might do like this)

 

2. Open file name 'language.xml' in folder ..\prestashop\install\langs\en for edit

and go to tag line '<language_code>' and change from

<language_code>en-us</language_code> to

<language_code>en</language_code> and save then close

 

CRAD

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Hi guys, good news :)

 

The Prestashop needs connect to their servers, but not be making this.

To solve it, call to your host to allow these IPs:

 

91.240.109.42 -> prestashop.com

91.240.109.21 -> api.prestashop.com

91.240.109.40 -> addons.prestashop.com

91.240.109.26 -> translations.prestashop.com

 

Sorry by bad English

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