[horde] FreeBSD 9.2-RC2 Horde-Webmail 5.1.2 issue
pathiaki2 at yahoo.com
Thu Sep 12 19:43:18 UTC 2013
That's exactly where I am right now.
It looks like the database entries were not created.
However, I can connect to the database port from the jail that I'm creating horde on.
I telnet to port 5432 and get:
Connected to <database machine>.
Escape character is '^]'.
Connection closed by foreign host.
And, yes, I did abort that connection with ^].
From: Jan Schneider <jan at horde.org>
To: horde at lists.horde.org
Sent: Thursday, September 12, 2013 3:27 PM
Subject: Re: [horde] FreeBSD 9.2-RC2 Horde-Webmail 5.1.2 issue
Zitat von Paul Pathiakis <pathiaki2 at yahoo.com>:
> I'm on FreeBSD 9.2-RC2 (It's very stable)
> Horde-Webmail 5.1.2
> php 5.4.19
> Apache 2.2
> I can't find any FreeBSD installs in the archives of recent time and
> OS version that are even similar.
> The ports collection installed just about everything.
> I then ran webmail-install and it did the whole final configuration.
And did it succeed? It sounds like the base configuration wasn't
created at all.
> However, I have a blank page and php is working. (Page info shows
> there's a '1' - Maybe a function return?)
Where do you have a blank page? Further down you say you get some
working apps or error messages. Also:
> Anyhow, I believe that everything is correct as I can turn on the
> test.php function and I can browse to:
> http://<IP address>/horde/test.php and I get that page that shows me
> all the products that are installed, unknown, or that I can 'run
> tests' on.
> Gollem works fine and pointed out some things I was missing so I
> added them in, restarted and 'poof' recognized. Great.
> I move onto imp and when I 'run tests'
> I get: "" driver for Horde_Share not found
Where do you get this? Like mentioned above, sounds like your config
wasn't created or cannot be read.
> I get this with all the remaining functions that have a 'run tests'
> next to them.
> phpinfo() on the bottom of the page brings me to a phpinfo page so I
> believe that php is being properly interpreted.
> Thank you,
> (I'd prefer to learn how to trace this or debug it. Show me how to
> fish. :-) )
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