[isf-wifidog] Server install fails
bock at step.polymtl.ca
Mar 24 Jan 23:39:53 EST 2006
On January 24, 2006 06:27 pm, Ray Gwinn wrote:
> 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
> 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.
Dammit, apparently we missed one more custom path detection. Try the latest
SVN, I think it should solve your problem. If not, it should at least spit
out more meaningfull errors.
2006-01-24 Benoit Grégoire <bock at step.polymtl.ca>
* Dependencies.php: We missed yet another instance of non-unifrom code for
The Dependencies class now uses the code in include/path_defines_base.php
like the rest of the system.
Also make it return more usefull error messages.
* SmartyWifidog.php: Output the error returned by Dependencies if Smarty
cannot be found for some reason.
Benoit Grégoire, http://benoitg.coeus.ca/
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