[isf-wifidog] CVS 05 Jan, 2005 server install fails
wifidog at wva.net
Dim 8 Jan 17:40:49 EST 2006
> as of last week. you should remove SYSTEM_PATH from
> local.config.php It is automatically generated by common.php
This explains (to me) what I am seeing, my SYSTEM_PATH has always been /. My
configuration worked okay until my most recent CVS update.
I think the auto generated SYSTEM_PATH is incorrect when /var/www/ is a link.
I THINK YOU CAN CREATE MY PROBLEM on any system by copying everything from
/var/www to another directory, cp -rfpu /var/www/* /somewhere/. Then delete the
directory /var/www/ with rm -rf /var/www. Create the link ln -s /somewhere /var/www.
Then try to use the wifidog server.
Of course, the /var/www directory can be restored to a real directory and everything
copied back when the test is completed.
> On 8-Jan-2006, at 11:55 , Pascal Leclerc wrote:
> > Wifidog look in
> > /var/www/html/wifidog/mine/dir-wifi/webstuff/www/html/wifidog/ for his
> > files. But I think your files are in /var/www/html/wifidog
> > So your problem is from the SYSTEM_PATH value. Try to updated it in
> > config.php file (or in local.config.php if you are using it instead of
> > config.php) to /.
> > But I don't know where the problem come with all the changes
> > related to
> > SYSTEM_PATH. But it might come from install.php.
> > Pascal
> >> I was able to get this done sooner than I thought. The output you
> >> requested follows:
> >> Component=(Smarty)
> >> IF isset
> >> IF self
> >> else !file_exists DOCUMENT_ROOT=(/var/www/html/wifidog
> >> SYSTEM_PATH=(/mine/dir-wifi/webstuff/www/html/wifidog/)
> >> NOTE that /var/www/ and /mine/dir-wifi/webstuff/www/ are the same
> >> directory. /var/www/ is the link.
> >> Ray
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