[horde] no body
kar at foomonster.co.uk
Fri Nov 23 04:40:04 PST 2001
On Thu, Nov 22, 2001 at 10:15:50AM +0000, Keith Robinson wrote:
> On Tue, Nov 20, 2001 at 12:06:46PM -0600, Brent J. Nordquist wrote:
> > On Tue, 20 Nov 2001, Keith Robinson <kar at foomonster.co.uk> wrote:
> > > Trying http://www.foomonster.co.uk/horde/test.php3 looks fine, but
> > > http://www.foomonster.co.uk/horde/setup.php3 gives the following:
> > >
> > > Please go to the top level directory for your installation and run "sh
> > > ./install.sh"; this will enable the configuration manager.
> > >
> > > So, not having a install.sh (apt-get, remember)
> > Hm. The gist of what it does is to make sure that these files exist
> > (copying *.php3.dist to *.php3 as necessary):
> > config/horde.php3
> > imp/config/defaults.php3
> > imp/config/mime.php3
> > imp/config/ldap.php3
> > imp/config/servers.php3
> > Then it makes config/horde.php3 and imp/config/defaults.php3 writable by
> > everyone (chmod 777) so that setup.php3 can do its work. So, you can do
> > those steps by hand, and then visit setup.php3 in your browser to
> > configure. When you're done, lock them down again (chmod 444) and make
> > setup.php3 not readable (chmod 000); IMP will remind you to do that.
> > --
> > Brent J. Nordquist <bjn at horde.org> N0BJN / OPN: #horde
> Cheers, Brent, but I checked that all of the above files existed and that horde.php3 and defaults.php3 while writable by everyone, doing as you suggested. However, I still get the same error and am, for the moment, completely stumped. I just can't get to the setup process.
> Any other thoughts on what might be wrong?
> Cheers for your help - it is much appreciated.
To answer the question myself - for those that are interested: the problem with setup.php3 is that it was looking for defaults.php3 at ./im/etc/horde/defaults.php3, whereas the .deb package defaults to /etc/imp/defaults.php3. Just hacked the setup.php3 file, did secure.sh manually (as suggested) and everything was fine (kinda).
The fact it wouldn't let me log in is a whole new story, but I'll worry about that when I have some time on my hands...
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