[horde] MySQL Error: 1046 (No Database Selected)
dj.dule at tradal.net
Tue Nov 6 00:56:51 PST 2001
OK, i fixed this problem, but now I have another one. test.php3 says
everything is ok, clicking on 'Click here to test PHPLIB for Horde' says
everything is OK. I installed imp via setup.php3, but when I point to imp
directory i get bunch of errors like:
Database error: Invalid SQL: insert into active_sessions ( sid, name, val,
changed ) values
MySQL Error: 1062 (Duplicate entry
'HordeSession-c8088cd3b45671b030b6293dd93a28e5' for key 1)
Any sugesstions ??
Dusan Djordjevic, system administrator
Tradal Ltd, Cypriot Branch - http://www.tradal.net
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From: Yavuz Aydin <yavuz at w3b.nl>
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Subject: gettext not working?
Horde/IMP still don't do anything with the language change I make on the login
screen or in the prefs.
As mentioned in the file horde/imp/po/README I have started testing if gettext
> Do you have any .mo files? Usually in /usr/share/locale/?
Yes I do.
> Does gettext even work?
> Get a string to translate,
> $ strings /bin/tar | grep Memory
Nah, does report nothing. However:
$ strings /bin/tar | grep memory
Cannot allocate memory for blocking factor %d
> $ (LANG=nl; gettext tar "Memory exhausted" )
Nothing happens. So I try:
$ (LANG=nl; gettext tar "memory exhausted" )
I change memory exhausted in something different I have extracted from the
file /usr/share/locale/nl/LC_MESSAGES/tar.mo, but nothing happens.
All other tests don't report the right text.
So does gettext work? No I think, but why? This is a fresh install of Mandrake
$ rpm -qa|grep gettext
Help is appreciated.
yavuz at w3b.nl
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