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paluka

Anonymous
Im having some probs setting geeklog. These are the errors I'm getting..

Warning: Failed opening '/usr/bin/geeklog/geeklog/config.php' for inclusion (include_path='.:/usr/local/lib/php') in /home/sites/opticalstructure/web/concertindex/public_html/common.php on line 28

Warning: Failed opening '' for inclusion (include_path='.:/usr/local/lib/php') in /home/sites/opticalstructure/web/concertindex/public_html/common.php on line 29

Warning: Failed opening '/public_html/sessions.php' for inclusion (include_path='.:/usr/local/lib/php') in /home/sites/opticalstructure/web/concertindex/public_html/common.php on line 30

Warning: fopen("/error.log","a") - Permission denied in /home/sites/opticalstructure/web/concertindex/public_html/common.php on line 444 /error.log (Mon 03 Dec 2001 07:22:48 PM PST)

Warning: Supplied argument is not a valid File-Handle resource in /home/sites/opticalstructure/web/concertindex/public_html/common.php on line 447

Warning: Cannot add header information - headers already sent by (output started at /home/sites/opticalstructure/web/concertindex/public_html/common.php:28) in /home/sites/opticalstructure/web/concertindex/public_html/common.php on line 66

Warning: Cannot add header information - headers already sent by (output started at /home/sites/opticalstructure/web/concertindex/public_html/common.php:28) in /home/sites/opticalstructure/web/concertindex/public_html/common.php on line 78

Thanks
-paluka


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Tane

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Registered: 17/12/01
Posts: 7
These are common errors, and to get rid of them you just need to read the docs properly. Read the sections about making your backend and log files writeable.

Anonymous

Anonymous
I think one thing assumed is that the user knows that their web-server runs as a unix user, and it is that user who needs write access during the setup script. I would guess most of the folks working on this project have been playing with Apache, MySQL, and PHP for some time now, and take the knowledge of how the web-server and PHP and *nix work together for granted. But if some new user decides they want to use your product to set up a web page, goes out and buys RedHat 7.x, they have been sheilded from all of these concepts. If the *nix community ever wants to be accepted by mainstream masses, the installation scripts are going to go a long way to accomplish this, as well as resisting the temptation to flame the newbie. Are we looking to convert new users FROM Microsoft or TO microsoft? David Powell System Administrator

Anonymous

Anonymous
I am a newbie to all these applications and while I can fudge it and get it to work, I am not geeky enough to actually understand what it all means. I am running MT, Gallery, and IkonBoard and they all work (somehow...) and would like to use Geeklog for my hubby's CounterStrike Clan site and later for a client community when I have qualified in my chosen field. The "quick and dirty install" instructions just aren't clear enough for someone like me. I will be running them on Aletia's server. I would appreciate walkthrough assistance, or detailed instructions and hearing a prospective user slammed does not make asking for help an attractive prospect. KiwiNessie

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