[isf-wifidog] CVS 05 Jan, 2005 server install fails
wifidog at wva.net
Mar 24 Jan 18:30:13 EST 2006
I changed the subject and reposted the message. I am using the svn version.
On 24 Jan 2006 at 15:36, Max Horváth wrote:
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> CVS is out of date as we switched to SVN - please see www.wifidog.org
> for instructions ...
> Cheers, Max!
> Am 24.01.2006 um 08:07 schrieb Ray Gwinn:
> > I had to take some time off from wifidog. But I started up again
> > this weekend. I downloaded the current source on Saturday or
> > Sunday.
> > I am no longer using symlinks. The httpd.conf file points to real
> > directories.
> > The script install.php runs to completion, and a message is
> > displayed that I will be rediredted in 3 seconds (I think).
> > The redirection occurs, and then a message saying "smarty is not
> > installed" and I am sent back to the install.php.
> > Since it has been a few weeks since I worked on the install, I
> > decided to re-install everything, including the OS (FC4). After the
> > total re-install, the same problem occurred, ie "smarty is not
> > installed". BTW, smarty seems to be installed in its default
> > location.
> > The only thing I changed in config.php is the default language to
> > en.
> > BTW, I had an old wifidog-auth from sourceforge installed and
> > working. However, since switching to the cvs (now svn) versions, I
> > have never got past the "smarty is not installed" error, even though
> > install.php completes without error.
> > Can anyone suggest something that may get me beyond the "smarty is
> > not installed" problem.
> > Ray
> > On 8 Jan 2006 at 21:50, Pascal Leclerc wrote:
> >> I think I have the answer to your problem
> >> I read the code to understand how SYSTEM_PATH is found and I think
> >> you
> >> should change the value of DocumentRoot in your apache httpd.conf
> >> file.
> >> If I'm right and the value of DocumentRoot is the symbolic link, you
> >> should change it to the real value.
> >> I'm using symbolic link like you for my apache server, but my
> >> DocumentRoot is
> >> set to real PATH and not the symbolic link. If I change the value
> >> to the
> >> symbolic link I have the same problem as you.
> >> Waiting for your feedback
> >> Pascal
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