[horde] GIT questions..
simon.buongiorno at gmail.com
Mon Mar 11 17:23:48 UTC 2013
On 11 March 2013 18:13, Simon Brereton <simon.buongiorno at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 11 March 2013 17:13, Michael J Rubinsky <mrubinsk at horde.org> wrote:
>> If you mean it can't find the IMAP server, this has nothing to do with how
>> you are installing. This is a configuration error.
>> If you are using file-based caching, you can just nuke the files yourself.
> I'm less inclined to think this is the error now - but where do I do that?
I nuked the /tmp directory (of files).
Well, that fixed the server not found error by imp - I have mail again :)
>>> // The list of apps to create symlinks for
>>> $apps = array('horde', 'imp', 'kronolith', 'turba', 'ingo', 'mnemo',
>>> 'nag', 'passwd');
>> Content is missing.
> I didn't have it there last week and it didn't seem to be a problem.
> Although I think it's something that should be mentioned in the file -
> one of the changes I'll push when I have the time. I've added it and
> rerun install_dev but it hasn't made a difference.
>>> $app_webroot = '';
>> Try "/".
>>>>> Additionally, I have this in the logs.
>>>>> [Mon Mar 11 13:51:36 2013] [error] [client 220.127.116.11] PHP Fatal
>>>>> error: Call to a member function getInstance() on a non-object in
>>>>> /usr/share/git-horde5/framework/Core/lib/Horde.php on line 76
>>> I don't think it's related to that ticket - it wasn't just turba affected.
>> It's still the same issue. There is NO way for that error to occur without
>> your php being either broken or misconfigured.
> The later is more likely, although I haven't changed anything in the
> php config since I put the server in production 12 months ago.
This is currently my only remaining issue, but I don't understand the
ticket, the proposed solution or what I need to do. I could add the
lines suggested, but my reading of it is that the Horde devs do not
think this is necessary or advised.
The only app I can reach is passwd. Kronolith no longer has the
little down arrow for adding an appointment either, I notice.
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