[horde] Forbidden You don't have permission to access /horde on this server.
Erling Preben Hansen
erling at eph.dk
Tue Jan 24 20:30:10 UTC 2017
Citat af Wolfgang Paul Rauchholz <wp.rauchholz at gmail.com>:
> Thanks for the answer.
> I deleted all rpms (rpm -e ...)
> and went the recommend way of pear. But same problem.
> I run the scripts as laid out in the INSTALL document
> 1) pear upgrade PEAR
> 2) pear channel-discover pear.horde.org
> 3) pear install horde/horde_role 4) pear run-scripts
> - The script never asked where the root document is. (can I set the
> root directory manually in a script?)
> 5) pear install -a horde/horde - install in usr/share/horde
> Can I move it simply to /var/www/html?
> Apache is owner of the /usr/share/horde directory
> On Sun, Jan 22, 2017 at 9:03 PM, Erling Preben Hansen
> <erling at eph.dk> wrote:
>> Citat af Wolfgang Paul Rauchholz <wp.rauchholz at gmail.com>:
>>> I am trying to install horde 5 on centos 7. I installed all RPMS. It is
>>> located in /usr/share/horde and created a mysql database.
>>> I added to httpd.conf
>>> <Directory "/use/share/horde">
>>> Require all granted
>>> But I still get he above mentioned error message.
>>> [authz_core:error] [pid 24121] [client 10.5.2.76:57634] AH01630: client
>>> denied by server configuration: /usr/share/horde
>>> I appreciate very much your help.
>>> Wolfgang Rauchholz
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>> First thing:
>> It would be wrong to install in /usr/share....
>> Normal would be /var/www/http/horde , as i recall that is what
>> ceeentos normally would do.
>> You need to set permissions on those directories/files, so that
>> your webserver at least can read those files.
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> Wolfgang Rauchholz .
Please keep the thread on list.
And don't top post.
As i recall it you must uninstall the old horde install before you try
to change the install dir.
then you can set the install dir via pear like
with pear config-show you get a list of config settings the one "Base
Horde directory horde_dir"
Will tell you where pear wil try to install Horde.
You can change this with:
pear config-set horde_dir /var/www/whatever
by the way writing "pear help" is a good help or "pear help command"
like "pear help config-set".
Others please feel free to participate. I am not very good at support
and not alway sure that i am right.
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