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I just ran the converter and now I'm instructed to edit conf_global.php.

I don't have the info suggested, please advise on how to correct this file.

Thank you

The instructions say:

In order to finish the conversion:

  1. Open the /home/admin/domains/squarewheelscycling.com/public_html/conf_global.php on your server.
  2. Locate the sql_utf8mb4 declaration, which may look like this:
    'sql_utf8mb4' => false,
    Or like this:
    $INFO['sql_utf8mb4'] = false;
  3. Change the false to true. Do not change any other aspect, including any comma or semi-colon after the false.

 

I don't have either of those lines in my file.  The only thing I see similar is this:

$INFO['sql_charset'] = 'utf8mb4';

Here is the whole file:

<?php
$INFO['sql_driver']            =    'mysql';
$INFO['sql_host']            =    'localhost';
$INFO['sql_database']            =    'MyDatabase';
$INFO['sql_user']            =    'MyUser';
$INFO['sql_pass']            =    'MyPassword';
$INFO['sql_tbl_prefix'] = '';
$INFO['sql_debug']            =    '0';
$INFO['sql_charset']            =    '';
$INFO['board_start']            =    '1379460311';
$INFO['installed']            =    '1';
$INFO['php_ext']            =    'php';
$INFO['safe_mode']            =    '0';
$INFO['board_url']            =    'http://squarewheelscycling.com';
$INFO['banned_group']            =    '14';
$INFO['admin_group']            =    '4';
$INFO['guest_group']            =    '2';
$INFO['member_group']            =    '3';
$INFO['auth_group']            =    '1';
$INFO['use_friendly_urls']            =    '1';
$INFO['_jsDebug']            =    '0';
$INFO['mysql_tbl_type']            =    'MyISAM';
$INFO['sql_charset'] = 'utf8mb4';

define('IN_DEV', 0);
/* Remote archive DB - complete these details if you\'re using a remote DB for the post archive.
   If content has already been archived in the local DB, this will need transferring and will not be done automatically. */
$INFO['archive_remote_sql_host']            =    '';
$INFO['archive_remote_sql_database']            =    '';
$INFO['archive_remote_sql_user']            =    '';
$INFO['archive_remote_sql_pass']            =    '';
$INFO['archive_remote_sql_charset']            =    '';

?>

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