That's a good question. I'm not sure what is the right answer to your question. I'll do some Googling and get back to you if I bump into an answer. You should email the people at iPage as they probably could give you help..
All files are there..
Including the Install lib...
Are you installing oscommerce that has been downloaded from the solutions tab above?.
Including the Install lib - where is this?..
I looks like it's trying to point to you local computer:.
You sure your going to the actual webserver?.
Yes, I downloaded it from this site, and I have uploaded it all in the catalog folder..
I'm using this link.
To try to install it..
The way I see it, it's perhaps not OS comm. that has the fault..
Perhaps it's the server trying to include something from a different directory..
The install folder is in my catalog folder...
Well, sorry to dredge this up again - stumbled across this post via Google and I'm in the same boat..
I'm installing this for someone else, who has a Plesk control panel; running across the same error message. Everything has been downloaded (from oscommerce's site) and uploaded according to installation directions.....
I'm used to another ecommerce solution but thought I'd give OSCommerce a try; so far, so bummed, but I'm sure that there's a quick solution to this, so any help would be appreciated..
Ok - turns out this was a host problem (lunarpages - and they fixed it right away) - this is from their support... hope it helps somebody in the future..
"I added a new config file named vhst.conf. In there I added some lines that will turn off safe mode for PHP, I also removed the openbase directory restriction and added the current directory to the include path"..