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9 years 6 months ago #127806 by krileon
I recommend switching to a host which provides the necessary modules to meet CBs requirements. The language strings are not translating because CB was not installed completely or properly. There's nothing we can do about your hosting platform not supporting compression methods.

Please download latest CB 1.2.2 and attempting to re-install entirely.

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9 years 6 months ago #127911 by Cataussie
I found the solution, and it's something so simple...
Just reading better than I did.

1. Install "com_comprofiler.zip" with your Joomla Control Panel.
2. You'll find the message:
Warning: file 'components/com_comprofiler pluginsfiles.tgz' still exists.

This is probably due to the fact that first installation step did not complete, or second installation step did not take place. If you are sure that first step has been performed, you need to execute second installation step before using CB. You can do this now by clicking herelink: please click here to continue next and last installation step).
3. Unzip in your own computer the "pluginsfiles.tgz" in a folder called "plugin".
4. Upload via FTP the folder "plugin" into your hosting folder, like:
5. Enter in your hosting control panel and delete the "pluginsfiles.tgz" file from:

(!) That's the clue (and my mistake). I couldn't find the file in:
It was in:

Hope it helps you.
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