[horde] snapshot installation questions
bronto at csd-bes.net
Sun Jan 5 15:12:54 PST 2003
Thanks for the responses.
I have MySQL installed and running already. A lot of stuff in use
there already. And I also have phpMyAdmin. I do a lot of
PostNuke development :') I don't intend to use ldap. I prefer to
stick with imap authentication. Are you saying that the
groups/users/permissions settings are only for SQL authentication?
If so, and if there's a payoff, I'll consider that. What kinds
of things can be controlled with groups and permissions? I looked
for sql scripts for these tables, but didn't see anything that
would deal with a groups or permissions table.
Further down, after I noted my difficulty in saving
configurations, you noted that I really need a backend.
Configurations for IMP stored in SQL rather than conf.php? That
would be cool, but I didn't realize that's a possibility. Maybe
that's my whole problem(?)
> søn, 2003-01-05 kl. 17:59 skrev Rob Brandt:
>> I've having quite a few less errors this time, so it seems to
>> have done some good. The test page still says I don't have
>> mime-magic enabled, and it still says I have the wrong version
>> of pear
>> installed. But I am continuing on until someone can help me
>> with those problems. Perhaps the problems are related to
>> that? I
>> don't know. Here goes:
> Those who know say that if the pear version is that suggested by
> Horde (4.1?), that in spite of the warnings it will work. I
> downloaded CVS pear and there is only one warning - about File
>> Horde installation went pretty smoothly. Administration
>> options are all there (previously missing), but I'm not able
>> to add any
>> permissions, groups or users. It says that adding and listing
>> users are disabled. When I try to add groups or permissions,
>> it says that it "was not created: DB Error: no such field.".
>> looked for a script to create databases for these, but don't
>> see any. I'm running mysql. FWIW, authentication is imap.
> I'm sure you know you have to edit horde/config/conf.php and
> registry.php by hand, If you want to do user admin, you'll have
> to go through the grind of setting up an SQL database. Imp won't
> let you. Do not choose ldap for authorization - it's not
> complete. You'll have to add the first horde_users user by hand,
> give him an MD5 coded password, not crypt. phpMyAdmin
> (www.phpmyadmin.net) is your friend.
>> I uploaded IMP, and when in to Horde configuration to set it
>> up. The first time I tried to save prefs, it reported that
>> didn't exist. Sure enough, no conf.php or conf.php.dist came
>> with the distribution. There was a conf.xml however. I
>> created this file, set permissions for it to be writable by
>> apache group, and went back to horde/configure. This time, it
>> created a file, but I wasn't able to set any values. In the
>> page I set all the values I wanted, but they couldn't be
>> saved. No
>> matter what I do, I cannot save configuration settings for
> You really need the SQL backend. If you don't have an SQL
> database, get MySQL. Compiling is a cinch and you get the latest
> version. You'll have to learn and understand basic SQL if you
> don't already know it.
>> I did go on to IMP to see how it would perform without
>> configuration, and it's mostly OK. I got all kinds of errors
>> for missing "max from length" and "max subject lenght". I
>> added these values to the conf.php manually, and it works.
>> Dates don't show up, because I don't know what to enter for
>> values. Because of no configuration ability, I cannot set
>> folder values and such.
> See above.
> Tony Earnshaw
> When all's said and done ...
> there's nothing left to say or do.
> e-post: tonni at billy.demon.nl
> www: http://www.billy.demon.nl
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