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RE: gnatsweb problem

From: De Boeck,Marc,BRUSSELS,GLOBE Center EUR-ITOC
Subject: RE: gnatsweb problem
Date: Thu, 22 Aug 2002 10:24:07 +0200


I remember that I had to add the following lines to the gnatsd.access file
of my gnats database:


Without the last line, my gnatsweb was not able to access my database.
I used the user-id "guest" for testing.

Alternatively, you can simply try directly the web-interface
instead of executing "make test". By setting the debug option, you may
be able to see more output than what you receive with a "make test"


-----Original Message-----
From: Bill [mailto:address@hidden
Sent: Thursday, August 22, 2002 12:02 AM
To: address@hidden
Subject: gnatsweb problem

Now that gnats is working, I installed gnatsweb.  When I attempt to do
the 'make test' I get nearly the exact error message as is mentioned in
the Troubleshooting guide.  The line number and error code mentioned at
the end are different but otherwise it is identical.  The error text is
included at the end of this message.

I've created an /etc/gnats-db.conf file with -rw-r--r-- permissions and
the owner and group set to gnats.

There are no entries in my hosts.allow nor hosts.deny files.

The webserver and gnats server are running on the same box.

The firewall on this box is configured to allow any traffic from the LAN
to connect to this server on any port.

The userid/password I am using to run the test has been entered in both
gnatshome/gnats-adm/gnatsd.access and /etc/gnatsd.access.

The gnatsd.conf file is set with the following entries:


The Troubleshooting guide mentions testing the port availability using
telnet.  I'm not sure how useful it is since its not http but here are
the results:

Connected to (
Escape character is '^]'.
Connection closed by foreign host.

I'm obviously missing something, and its likely right under my nose. 
Does anyone see something I am missing?

As always, any help is appreciated.



Bill Halpin
Collaborative Fusion
Pittsburgh, PA

Error Text Starts Below:

Content-type: text/html
<h1>Software error:</h1>
<pre>Can't call method &quot;header&quot; on an undefined value at line 2402.

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