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You are correct that latest.civicrm.org/versions.json is the canonical source for CiviCRM version information. The file is quite new and the release-publishing script has not yet been updated to write to it (an issue has been filed for this), so at the moment it must be updated by hand. I agree that the file should be under version control. If anyone is ...


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This issue is corrected in the 4.7.22 release. I was able to do a clen install on a WordPress site.


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I had the same error in Drupal 7.56: mysqli_real_escape_string() expects parameter 1 to be mysqli, null given ... Exactly on line 1282 of the new civicrm/install/index.php, which is different from CiviCRM 4.7.20's index.php. So I just replaced the new file by the old one and all the checks became green and the installation proceeded normally (Drupal and ...


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Ahh did you upgraded to unstable version of CiviCRM? The last stable release i see is 5.4.1. Try replacing the civicrm code base to 5.4.1 and then update the civicrm_domain.version to 5.4.1 and also truncate all cache tables and anything under template_c folder.


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I think you are still likely to run into problems on Windows as Aidan mentioned but to give yourself the best chance: use CiviCRM 5.1.0, which has additional changes to resolve cli.php problems on Joomla 3.8 use cli.php not cron.php. cron.php still doesn't work in some environments My recollection of PHP and Apache on Windows is that paths with / work fine ...


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This line: https:// wrapper is disabled in the server configuration by allow_url_fopen=0 suggests to change allow_url_fopen = 1 in php.ini file on your hosting server.


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