[horde] Sidebar has disappeared...

Jan Schneider jan at horde.org
Thu Jun 16 07:25:37 UTC 2011

Zitat von Volker Then <horde40 at volkerthen.com>:

> Zitat von Jan Schneider <jan at horde.org>:
>> Zitat von Vilius ?umskas <vilius at lnk.lt>:
>>> Sveiki,
>>> Wednesday, June 15, 2011, 8:30:09 PM, you wrote:
>>>> Zitat von Volker Then <horde40 at volkerthen.com>:
>>>>> Zitat von Vilius ?umskas <vilius at lnk.lt>:
>>>>>>> I had the same problem after upgrading to horde 4.0.5 and 4.0.6. When
>>>>>>> I checked the webserver's logfiles I found this:
>>>>>>> File does not exist: /var/www/horde/js/tooltips.js
>>>>>>> File does not exist: /var/www/horde/js/hordetree.js
>>>>>>> It seems that said files and some other javascript files are no longer
>>>>>>> in the default horde folder but in /usr/share/php/www/horde/js.
>>>>>> For what it's worth update here went fine. However I have noticed
>>>>>> long ago that main PEAR channel points to different folder also.
>>>>>> [root at mail ~]# pear config-get -c pear.horde.org horde_dir
>>>>>> /var/www/html/horde
>>>>>> [root at mail ~]# pear config-get horde_dir
>>>>>> /usr/share/pear/www/horde
>>>>> Same here.
>>>>> Jan, I didn't use a custom PEAR configuration when installing Horde.
>>>>> I just followed the default install routine.
>>>> I can't reproduce, installing Horde 4.0.5 in the global PEAR, then
>>>> running upgrade -c horde. Those javascript files are not part of Horde
>>>> though, but Horde_Core.
>>> Not  sure  if  this could be related but most framework packages and
>>> Horde applications use:
>>> <usesrole>
>>>     <role>horde</role>
>>>     <package>Role</package>
>>>     <channel>pear.horde.org</channel>
>>> </usesrole>
>>> Shouldn't that be Horde_Role and not just Role?
>> Indeed, nice catch. But this is only informational for the PEAR  
>> installer, to let it know where to get the "horde" role if it's not  
>> installed. So it doesn't have to do with this problem.
> Upgrades always worked until horde 4.0.4. I always updated apps  
> individually, e.g. "pear upgrade horde/imp". With the release of  
> horde 4.0.5 I upgraded the full horde channel with "pear upgrade -c  
> horde". Which resulted in a disappearance of all horde apps from the  
> install path /var/www/horde/. After uninstalling them with "pear  
> uninstall horde/***" and reinstalling them app by app they appeared  
> on the right location. So what might be the difference between the  
> two upgrade routines?

I have no idea. Maybe your PEAR is broken? Do you use the latest PEAR version?


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