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Re: [Phpgroupware-users] phpgroupware on MacOS X?

From: Dirk H. Schulz
Subject: Re: [Phpgroupware-users] phpgroupware on MacOS X?
Date: Fri, 30 Aug 2002 11:24:26 +0200

Hello CK,

you were right!

I still cannot believe it. When calling /setup, on step 1 it said all applications were installed okay. And I simply believed that.

No I looked into step 4 and LOOK! everything still had to be installed. So I did that, and now it works. From the time it took to install the applications, I assume that they really were installed, but not hooked into the framework.

Thanks very much for your help! That phenomenon has cost me hours.

No I still would like to now how that happened. I have installed from the same tarball as 3 other installations and went the same way with the same steps. Do you have any idea when this occurs?

Many thanks also to Chris Weiss for your constant work on the problem!


--On Freitag, 30. August 2002 10:00 Uhr +0800 C K Wu <address@hidden> wrote:

RE: Hello, Dirk,
RE: I came across the same problem in a Intel box.  In my case, it's
RE: probably due to some circular module interdependency problems
RE: resulting in the admin and other modules not being installed.
RE: The solution is go into setup page.  Login into Setup/Config Admin.
RE: Click "Manage Applications" in Step 4.  Click and install those
RE: applications that do not have dependency problems.  After this,
RE: the previously uninstallable modules (including the admin module)
RE: should now be ready for installation.  Install the rest.
RE: Hope this helps.
RE: Cheers,
RE: "Dirk H. Schulz" wrote:
RE:> Chris, you are right: it should not. But it is. I still have the
RE:> problem that I do not get access to the applications. When I log in,
RE:> there is just the header bar, but no applications to the left.
RE:> When I go to preferences, there ist just the three tabs there (your
RE:> prefs, default prefs, forced prefs), but nothing else.
RE:> And then there is no error in the apache logs. Every access appears is
RE:> in the access log as if it was okay.
RE:> It is really weired somehow: If I use the URL to phpgroupware without a
RE:> trailing slash, I get "The connection to the server could not be
RE:> established". If I append a trailing slash to the URL, I get the login
RE:> screen. On my linux installation of phpgroupware there is no such
RE:> difference.
RE:> I simply do not know where to look. Can there be persistent problems
RE:> when at the time of the first setup of phpgroupware the
RE:> (macosx-)machine did not have a fqdn? Even if I set it afterwards and
RE:> put it into setup then?
RE:> I am simply out of ideas.
RE:> Dirk
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