I am in the process of writing a web-application using apache,mod-python and cheetah. I installed apache2, mod-python and cheetah and also enabled the userdir module in apache2 so that i can host the webpages inside my public_html folder.
The public_html folder has a folder named 'site' which gets displayed when I type "url" in the browser. There are subfolders inside this 'site' folder and the site folder also has an index.html page inside it.
But when I click on the site folder in the browser, I get a 'Requested url /~myusername/site/ not found'. There are files inside the folder with 777 permissions and still I get this error.
I use Ubuntu Jaunty with the following configuration - 'Apache/2.2.11 (Ubuntu) PHP/5.2.6-3ubuntu4.1 with Suhosin-Patch mod_python/3.3.1 Python/2.6.2 Server at localhost Port 80'.
These are the lines I have added to the /etc/apache2/sites-available/default file
<Directory "/home/myusername/public_html/site/"> SetHandler mod_python PythonHandler mod_python.publisher PythonDebug On PythonAutoReload On
I'm doing an upgrade of a web based application for a charity organization. To test the changes that we're making to the code, I wanted to set up a server on my home PC to host a copy of the site. I've configured apache, php and mysql like the server that's currently hosting the real app, but I have a problem:The first page is a login screen. This, of course, has a login form like so:
I looked around on the internet to find a solution, but none found.I installed apache2 on Karmic Koala and that one works. On the default page I created a link to "/home/me/Documents/folder/index.html", but when I click the link it gives me the URL not found-error.
Every time I try to access localhost/phpmyadmin or localhost/phpmyadmin/index.php I get a 404 - Not Found. But, http://localhost/testphp.php works OK. I had Apache installed in the past but removed it and recently installed Lighttpd. I'm using Lubuntu 10.10 a flavor of Ubuntu and using my laptop (localhost)as a testbed to learn. I have tried restarting Lighttpd after each change to the conf file. Here is my lighttpd.conf.
# Debian lighttpd configuration file # ############ Options you really have to take care of #################### ## modules to load
My problem is when trying to connect to: "hxxp://www.m-y-d-o-m-a-i-n.com/phpMyAdmin" I reported Error 404: PHP Code: Object not found! The requested URL was not found on this server. If you entered the URL manually please check your spelling and try again. If you think this is a server error, please contact the webmaster. Error 404
I installed squid on my centos and I tried to follow some guides but it still gives the same error
Quote: ERROR The requested URL could not be retrieved
While trying to retrieve the [URL]...The following error was encountered: Access Denied. Access control configuration prevents your request from being allowed at this time. Please contact your service provider if you feel this is incorrect.
ZON-BFC0 is the name presented in my wireless connection, plus the actual ip I'm using there is the ipv4 I found with a quick "ipconfig" search on DOS.
Ah, the most dreaded SVN error of them all. It's not even showing up in my Apache logs, either, just on trying to commit.
When I try to add a file to the repository via the following command, I get the error:
Code: add -N F:eetlemed-1.7workspace ootClientsrccomeetlemedwebappdataContactInfo.as A F:/beetlemed-1.7/workspace/rootClient/src/com/beetlemed/webapp/data/ContactInfo.as commit -m "no more broken commits?" (24 paths specified) code....
It seems that this error only shows up when I try to add a file to the repo, not when I try to update. I've already run chmod +rwx -R repository, so it should have all of the permissions it could possibly need. The only thing I don't know about is adding it to a group. I don't think my server has an apache group, so I wouldn't know where to start and what to do with that.
This problem happens from time to time, but I can't seem to shake it this time. I'm running SVN over HTTPS on Apache 2.x.
Im using CentOs on a remote server. I've recently installed phpmyadmin but cant access from [URL] I checked the files and found only 3 folders in /var/lib/phpmyadmin -config / save / upload - all of them empty. Whenever I try intstall phpmyadmin again it just says its already installed and up to day.
today there was problem with isp but we fix it now other machine run internet fine but when we run through squid proxy machine it give this message to all users. what fields column values config i should check it. i also reset the cache make empty folder. restart machine also service clear the logs . it is on centos 5.4
see below message
ERROR: The requested URL could not be retrieved While trying to retrieve the URL: [URL] The following error was encountered: Read Error
The system returned:
(104) Connection reset by peerAn error condition occurred while reading data from the network. Please retry your request. Your cache administrator is root.
Setup - PmaWiki tells me that for some reason openSUSE does not support the setupscript.
I have been following the The Perfect Server - OpenSUSE 11.3 x86_64 [ISPConfig 3] | HowtoForge - Linux Howtos and Tutorials but used for i586. Everything works fine, except i am not able to find a way to set a password to be checked by dovecot/pam, to enter a mailbox via squirrelmail. The args are set, but i simply can not find out where to set the password and username.
The password set in ISPConfig does not apply to the squirrelmail login for dovecot.
The general idea than was to get phpMyAdmin running, and set up passwords there...(i do not even know if that is going to work, but get phpMyAdmin to work would not be bad at all..)
So, to know how to set a password/username in/for dovecot would be fine also... (i've read all the wikipages like: AuthDatabase/PasswdFile - Dovecot Wiki but now i still do not know where and how to set them.
I seem to have a working install of Ubuntu Server 11.04 (Samba running without issue on same machine). The lamp stack seems to be running fine as well. (Apache index.html page works, phpinfo() works, mysql works from the mysql command line.) I have installed phpmyadmin. After install I had to reboot the server (restarting Apache still said error in PHP and couldn't start). After reboot, the welcome screen comes up, but using root with password doesn't work. Using an admin user that I created with privileges in *.* doesn't work either. There are no errors on the screen, it just simply loops back to the beginning screen.
There is an error in apache2 error.log saying that it can't find the page [URL] which seems strange because you can bring up the welcome page, you just can't log into phpmyadmin with any of the created users that I made from the mysql commandline. I don't see any php errors in syslog (which is where the php errors are being directed) except a notice that CRON is running for some purpose for PHP.
i have apache, php, mysql, etc installed, and running.
Phpinfo displays properly, and i can even do a few simple database calls via databases i made from the commandline.
I try to install the phpMyAdmin package (i think its from RPMForge, but it might be from EPEL). The package installs without problems, yet when i attempt to go to localhost/phpMyAdmin, i get a 404 error.
Is there something i need to do with my apache configuration to make this work? There seems to be very little documentation on this package.
If there isnt anything i could do, i could go through and do it by hand, but i want to have the advantage of using packages for the automatic updates.
EDIT1: Ok, i reinstalled the package, and now i get a 403:Forbidden instead of a 404.
I was trying to change table data in a mysql database. Phpmyadmin appeared to work ok but somewhere along the line something got screwed up. When I try to start Phpmyadmin now it quits in the middle of loading. Firebug underlines something that says 'mooRainbow undefined'. I've tried to apt-purge Phpmyadmin including dropping the php database and then re-installing it. It does the same thing even when I went from version 3. something to version 4. something. This leads me to believe there is something wrong somewhere else. I don't have a clue where to even start looking!
My phpmyadmin stopped working. I reinstalled it and it gives error #2002. I found that this error is from mysql, which i couldn't repair and i begin to reinstall it. First I was with Debian 5.03, but i played with /etc/apt/sources.list and after upgrading
I have now 5.05
The problem is that when i install mysql-server a dependency appear in mysql-server-5.0. I follow this instructions[url] and after sudo apt-get install mysql-server mysql-client
I get this error:
How can i fix this dependency? I didn't find anything relative in google.
mysql-server-5.0 --configure gives error: command not found
I uninstalled all related with mysql and execute dpkg --purge mysql-server then reboot and run first apt-get install mysql-server-5.0 mysql-client-5.0 and then apt-get install mysql-server mysql-client There was no error
But there was another error when run mysql -u root -p
i have linux server application based on centos 5 that run httpd daemon from /usr/local/pf/conf/httpd.conf which is generated from the /usr/local/pf/conf/templates/httpd.conf.apache22 file
the problem is every time i run my linux server application i am not able to access phpmyadmin unless i stop my linux server application which is stop it httpd daemon then start "service httpd start"
i have been told by forum moderator to create an alias for my phpmyadmin in Virtual Host but it stil dont work, i am not able access my phpmyadmin site
this is what i have done to solve this problem
- open /usr/local/pf/conf/templates/httpd.conf.apache22 file then look for <VirtualHost *:%%admin_port%%> - add Alias /phpmyadmin "/usr/share/phpmyadmin" (Failed) - add Alias /phpmyadmin /usr/share/phpmyadmin (Failed) - add Alias /phpmyadmin "/usr/share/phpmyadmin/" (Failed)
NB : my phpmyadmin is install on /usr/share/phpmyadmin with /etc/httpd/conf.d/phpmyadmin.conf as phpmyadmin configuration file
why i still cant open my phpmyadmin site ? or why i cant run phpmyadmin together with my linux server application because it use the same daemon (httpd daemon)
Summary: Does a discrepancy between MySQL client library 5.0.x and MySQL server of 5.1.50 cause "inconsistent behavior", as reported by phpMyAdmin? The longer version: Windows Sysadmin taking the plunge into Linux. I tried to spare you all the rookie questions and did a fair bit of reading. I'm rather happy I was able to get CentOS 5.5 installed and running, configured iptables, got the kernel updated, Apache, MySQL and PHP installed. Then upgraded PHP to 5.2 after I figured out how repos and priorities work.
I got phpMyAdmin installed and running, then decided to upgrade from 2.11 to 3.3.7 but it keeps complaining that my MySQL client libraries are something like 5.0.63, while my server is 5.1.50, and this may cause "inconsistent behavior" or something of the like. So, feeling industrious, I decided to find an updated client.
But it wouldn't let me install it as it conflicted with the default mysql-server installation. I also couldn't remove just the old client, to update to a newer one. So I blew away everything mysql on my server and installed the above client
and that server file. I'm assuming I'm missing dependencies now as phpMyAdmin claims it can't load the mysql extension. Attempting to 'yum' php-mysql tried to install 'mysql' as a dependency, which immediately conflicted with the files I'd installed. At this point I'm wondering if I'm closing in on successfully installing a version that phpMyAdmin doesn't complain about, or if I should even care that it is complaining and just go back to all the repo versions of everything.
# rpm -e MySQL-shared-community-5.1.50-1.rhel5.i386.rpm error: package MySQL-shared-community-5.1.50-1.rhel5.i386.rpm is not installed
Since upgrading to Lucid, I am getting the following dialog warning on login: 'Could not apply the stored configuration for monitors X Server does not support size requested' Im using the current proprietary NVIDIA graphics driver with dual heads. My display is fine, but the warning every time I login is annoying. After googling around I found this thread: [URL]. I tried going to Monitor Preferences as suggested. My resolution as displayed in the default tool is set to 3840 x 1200, which I suspect is the issue forcing the dialog, but I cant change the resolution, refresh rate or rotation from the Monitor Preference dialog box. dino99's response (in the referenced post) about xorg.conf not being needed anymore seems relevant. How can I resolve this issue and get rid of this annoying warning? Is there a configuration that I can update with a supported resolution to placate lucid?
I have created a folder including some html link pages in /test/htlink . Now I want to create a soft link of that folder as htlink -> /test/htlink in /var/www/html . Now when I m browsing the folder , its erroring (404 Not Found) folder is not found on the server . I have given 777 permission on every file-folder in /test . No firewall & no SELINUX .