It tried it again as suggested and I (eventually) got the same error as the very first time I tried it.
As mentioned previously, I am trying to do this on my local WAMP server. In my WWW directory, I have two directories:
- thornhill/wb (accesed as http://localhost/thornhill/wb ot just localhost/thornhill/wb
- WB_2_13_0_b which contained initially the downloaded zip file as well as unzip.php which I extracted from the downloaded Zip file's Install directory.
I have PHP 7.3.1 in this WAMP package.
The file was already unzipped in the Install directory so I didn't need to unzip it.
I ran the unzip and that seemed to complete successfully.
I clicked on the <backend> button
This took me to the upgrade panel. I filled that in and ran it.
The first time I used localhost/... in step 3 and it created a bad url for the index.php module and stopped (404).
I tried it again using http://localhost
... and that avoided the previous error.
The second time through, it stopped (again) with the same error I had the very first time:
There was an unknown exception. Call to undefined function mysql_connect() in line (59) of
Thus, I am stuck at the same point.