[horde] updating config files

Eric Rostetter eric.rostetter at physics.utexas.edu
Wed Jan 14 17:44:50 PST 2004

Quoting Adrian DeBoer <stud_muffin_540 at yahoo.com>:

> Ok...so give me the steps on how I would go about to
> updating these config files:

Okay, so tell me about your current install (what version of what
application) and what version you want to update to, and how you are
updating (release tarball, patch file, cvs update, snapshot tarball).

> Example:  download the following files from such and
> such a website, make sure they have such and such
> extension...and extract them into such and such a
> directory...

This depends on what version you have, what version you want to update
to, and how you want to update it.

> Ok....all I wanna do is setup Kronolith CVS version.

I assume you mean CVS HEAD of kronolith?

If so, then you login to your CVS HEAD version of Horde as a horde
administrator, click on the "Administrator" menu item at the top,
click on "Configuration" menu item, select the "Calendar" application
from the selection box. It will load your old config values, and then
present you will a form of all the possible config values with your old
ones already filled in.  Simply fill in any remaining items (new ones),
and then click on the "Generate Calendar Configuration" link.  It will
either update your config if it can (has write access), or if not tell
you that it can't and give you the desired contents on the screen so
you can copy/paste them into the file as described there.  Of course,
all of this is in your kronolith/docs/INSTALL file I'm sure.

> I've ran the scripts to create the horde and kronolith
> mysql tables.  I have a generic user called 'bob' as
> my admin user.  I can login into the Horde framwork,
> but as soon as I type the URL - http://horde/kronolith
> - that is when I get all the php errors.  I'll gladly

Because you didn't configure it yet probably, no?

> post them again is you to see them.  I do have a
> conf.php in my kronolith directory -would you guys
> like to see it?

Not really.

> > If you read the horde/docs/INSTALL file and
> > horde/imp/docs/INSTALL files
> > you would know how to create them.
> Create the updated config files?????? Ok....I'll read
> it again...maybe I missed something.

Or if not, read my comments above.

> Adrian

Eric Rostetter
The Department of Physics
The University of Texas at Austin

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