[HCoop-Help] [HCoop-Misc] wordpress install
jeremy at sporktania.com
Mon Mar 16 14:38:13 EDT 2009
The problem is that you should have used "fsr setacl ..." instead of "fs
setacl ..." to recursively set the AFS permissions on all
subdirectories. Wordpress is complaining about not able to read files
in the public_html/suckypowers/wp-admin/includes/ directory.
Arlen Abraham wrote:
> Sorry, I was following the directions on the wiki.
> The error is from the web app. I think this might be an
> AFS/permissions issue. I was getting a different error earlier and did
> the whole
> fs setacl ~/public_html/i_am/using/this_folder/ arlen.daemon all
> thing. I downloaded the app with wget and untarred it, so I guess it
> didn't inherit the properties of public_html/ when i moved it there.
> This then lead the app to tell me that my database is actually called
> "user_databasename". Fixed this, and now I'm getting *this* error.
> On Mon, Mar 16, 2009 at 7:59 AM, Adam Chlipala <adamc at hcoop.net> wrote:
>> This thread should have been started on hcoop-help, but it's no big
>> deal. ;-) Let's send further replies to that list only.
>> Arlen Abraham wrote:
>>> I'm having trouble installing wordpress.
>>> Here is my domtool config file:
>>> dom "suckypowers.com" where
>>> DocumentRoot = home "public_html/suckypowers";
>>> WWW = begin
>>> addWordPress "/";
>>> with end;
>>> I think this is working OK.
>>> Here is the error I'm getting:
>>> Warning: require_once(./includes/upgrade.php) [function.require-once]:
>>> failed to open stream: Permission denied in
>>> on line 21
>>> Fatal error: require_once() [function.require]: Failed opening
>>> required './includes/upgrade.php'
>>> (include_path='.:/usr/share/php:/usr/share/pear') in
>>> on line 21
>> The error you're getting when you do what? Is this a command-line
>> program or the output of a web application?
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