[whups] Comments / Permissions

Aaron Segura Aaron.Segura at cabelas.com
Tue Dec 5 15:48:36 PST 2006

Oh, I should also mention that I installed the framework/HEAD package as

-----Original Message-----
From: Aaron Segura 
Sent: Tuesday, December 05, 2006 2:45 PM
To: 'Chuck Hagenbuch'; whups at lists.horde.org
Subject: RE: [whups] Comments / Permissions

Thanks for getting back to me so quickly.

Unfortunately, I'm worse off now than I was this morning.

I did a fresh install of horde HEAD (from the nightly snapshots
directory), dropped the old database (after making a backup, of course),
re-created it using the HEAD create.mysql.sql script, etc...

test.php shows all good results (well, for the required stuff, anyway)

When I go to the horde login page, though, I get some very strange
looking stuff.  It's just a couple of frames, each with the same thing
in them:

    * Home

Administrator | Add Content

All text, no images.  Very poorly formatted.  All of the links in the
resulting HTML are prepended with 'login.php'.  For instance, the "home"
link points to: /login.php/services/portal.  The "Add Content" link
points to /login.php/services/portal/edit.php The CSS links at the top
point to "/login.php/themes/..."  ...etc.  There are no relevant errors
on my apache logs.  I turned PHP error logging to "E_ALL" and am not
getting anything at all from PHP.

I've tried this a couple times now from scratch with the same results,
and I have no idea what's going wrong.

'pear list' shows:

Installed packages, channel pear.php.net:
Package              Version State
Archive_Tar          1.3.1   stable
Cache                1.5.4   stable
Console_Getopt       1.2     stable
DB                   1.7.6   stable
Date                 1.4.7   stable
File_PDF             0.2.0   beta
HTML_Template_IT     1.2.1   stable
HTTP                 1.4.0   stable
HTTP_Request         1.4.0   stable
Log                  1.9.9   stable
Mail                 1.1.14  stable
Mail_Mime            1.3.1   stable
Net_SMS              0.2.0   beta
Net_SMTP             1.2.8   stable
Net_Socket           1.0.6   stable
Net_URL              1.0.14  stable
Net_UserAgent_Detect 2.2.0   stable
PEAR                 1.4.11  stable
Services_Weather     1.4.0   stable
VFS                  0.2.0   beta
XML_Parser           1.2.8   stable
XML_RPC              1.5.1   stable
XML_SVG              1.0.2   stable
XML_Serializer       0.18.0  beta
XML_Util             1.1.2   stable

The test.php page shows:

Horde Version

    * Horde: 3.2-cvs

Horde Applications

    * Horde: 3.2-cvs
    * Whups: 1.0-cvs

PHP Version

    * View phpinfo() screen
    * View loaded extensions
    * PHP Version: 5.0.4
    * PHP Major Version: 5.0
    * PHP Minor Version: 4
    * PHP Version Classification: release
    * You are running a supported version of PHP.

PHP Module Capabilities

    * Ctype Support: Yes
    * DOM XML Support: Yes
    * FTP Support: Yes
    * GD Support: Yes
    * Gettext Support: Yes
    * GeoIP Support (via PECL extension): No
    * Iconv Support: Yes
    * IMAP Support: No
    * JSON Support: No
    * LDAP Support: Yes
    * Mbstring Support: No
      If you want to take full advantage of Horde's localization
features and character set support, you will need the mbstring
    * Mcrypt Support: No
      Mcrypt is a general-purpose cryptography library which is broader
and significantly more efficient (FASTER!) than PHP's own cryptographic
code and will provider faster logins.
    * MIME Magic Support (fileinfo): No
      The fileinfo PECL module or the mime_magic PHP extension (see
below) will most likely provide faster MIME Magic lookups than the
built-in Horde PHP magic code. See horde/docs/INSTALL for information on
how to install PECL/PHP extensions.
    * memcached Support (memcache): No
      The memcache PECL module is needed only if you are using the
memcached SessionHandler. See horde/docs/INSTALL for information on how
to install PECL/PHP extensions.
    * MIME Magic Support (mime_magic): Yes
    * MySQL Support: Yes
    * OpenSSL Support: Yes
    * PostgreSQL Support: Yes
    * Session Support: Yes
    * XML Support: Yes
    * Zlib Support: Yes

Miscellaneous PHP Settings

    * magic_quotes_runtime disabled: Yes
    * memory_limit disabled: No
      If PHP's internal memory limit is turned on and if not set high
enough Horde will not be able to handle large data items (e.g. large
mail attachments in IMP). If possible, you should disable the PHP memory
limit by recompiling PHP without the "--enable-memory-limit" flag. If
this is not possible, then you should set the value of memory_limit in
php.ini to a sufficiently high value (Current value of memory_limit:
    * safe_mode disabled: Yes
    * session.use_trans_sid disabled: Yes
    * session.auto_start disabled: Yes

File Uploads

    * file_uploads enabled: Yes
    * upload_max_filesize: 2M
    * post_max_size: 8M

Required Horde Configuration Files

    * config/conf.php: Yes
    * config/mime_drivers.php: Yes
    * config/nls.php: Yes
    * config/prefs.php: Yes
    * config/registry.php: Yes

PHP Sessions

    * Session counter: 4
    * To unregister the session: click here


    * PEAR Search Path (PHP's include_path):
    * PEAR: Yes
    * Recent PEAR: Yes
    * Mail: Yes
    * Mail_Mime: Yes
    * Log: Yes
    * DB: Yes
    * Net_Socket: Yes
    * Date: Yes
    * Auth_SASL: No
      Horde will work without the Auth_SASL class, but if you use Access
Control Lists in IMP you should be aware that without this class
passwords will be sent to the IMAP server in plain text when retrieving
    * HTTP_Request: Yes
    * File: No
      Horde will require the File class when importing CSV files.
    * Net_SMTP: Yes
    * Services_Weather: Yes
    * Cache: Yes
    * XML_Serializer: Yes

Any suggestions?


-----Original Message-----
From: whups-bounces at lists.horde.org
[mailto:whups-bounces at lists.horde.org] On Behalf Of Chuck Hagenbuch
Sent: Tuesday, December 05, 2006 10:18 AM
To: whups at lists.horde.org
Subject: Re: [whups] Comments / Permissions

Quoting Aaron Segura <Aaron.Segura at cabelas.com>:

>             Just got Horde/Whups installed and (mostly) working.
> However, when I create a ticket and add comments to it (ie, update
> I can't see the comments anywhere...which also means I can't see any
> the original information entered with the ticket in the 'description'
> field.  I checked the 'whups_comments' table, and everything appears
> be inserted correctly.  I checked permissions for 'comments' and the
> group I'm in has 'show/read/edit/delete' perms.  All authenticated
> have 'show/read' perms.  I can't figure out why I can't see the
> comments.  I am using Whups build 2006-12-05 (most recent snapshot as
> today) with Horde 3.1.3.

Try Horde HEAD.


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