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TopGunn
 
 


Joined: 26 Aug 2004
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 26, 2004 12:38 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

Hi Alexis,

Firstly, the package is great, was using v1.2.2, then I saw an upg to 1.2.3...imagine my surprise finding 1.3.1 when I went to download the other! Smile

I am having a problem with it since Tuesday - when trying to get Typo3 to run, I have to edit the httpd.conf file specifically the ssi declaration:

#ssi config
<IfModule mod_include.c>
#AddHandler server-parsed .shtml <-----commented out
#AddOutputFilter Includes .shtml .html .htm .php <-----Commented out
(Alias /error/ "c:/apache2/error/") <----------not in declaration, must it be included?
(SSIErrorMsg "<!-- missing include -->") <-----------not in declaration, must it be included?
</IfModule>

After I comment those two lines the typo3 CMS works, no more [error processing directive] reports with a blank screen, the two lower lines of code I mention aren't in this release, was it a slip or correct not to be there? (Also, Apache server used to die when accessing Typo3 created website on 1.2.2)

Well, now that I edited the file and get Typo3 to work, when I refresh the apache2triadcp screen, all infos are wiped - no version/services/processes are listed, none at all, the http.conf file seems to be wiped 0kb in explorer window. when this happened the first time I re-installed the release, but it has happened again.

Any idea what the problem could be? Confused

PS. it may be good to state that the uninstall of any previous version will *delete* all subdirectories so backups/copies must be made (lost about 7 installs, Mambo/SugarCRM/Web-ERP and a few others) or have the option of keeping subdirectories below any directory
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Vlad Alexa Mancini
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Joined: 07 Jul 2003
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 26, 2004 7:51 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

you disabled SSI and its normal that the apache2triadcp won't show ssi genrated info anymore

if that program gave a [error processing directive] message it means that it has a bug in ssi coding or you migh have installed it wrong

btw i sugest you use the apache config script to disable ssi
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