[pkg-horde] Bug#487799: Bug#487799: Bug#487799: Bug#487799: horde3: Horde fails to configure after standard install
reg at evolix.fr
Sun Jul 20 17:33:00 UTC 2008
On Wed, Jun 25, 2008 at 06:08:02PM +0200, Nikolaus Rath wrote:
> > => You must configured Horde *before* installing other
> > applications. I think I will desactive all applications by
> > default in registry.php to avoid this errors.
> Well, I would really like to do that, but I *couldn't*. All I ever saw
> (except for the menu icons) is error messages. So I can click on
> "Administration" -> "Setup", but as soon as I select an application I
> get only error messages, mostly about trying to access nonexisting
> hash keys.
> Luckily enough, I was able to trace down the cause now. After I added
> $conf['log']['enabled'] = false to conf.php I was at least able to
> configure horde. After logging out and restarting the browser, the
> remaining error messages disappeared as well.
You *could* desactive all applications with editing registry.php
file and set "status=>inactive" on your installed applications.
Anyway, the problem seems to be solved in sid, then I will close
> Horde seems to be a great application, thanks for packaging it. Yet I
> think that the installation process could be improved. Is it really
> not possible to get such critical bugfixes into etch? It seems to me
> that expecting the user to fix two major bugs before he has even seen
> anything from the application is quite unfortunate.
You are welcome to help us :-)
The best way to avoid annoying bugs is doing more and more tests
with testing/unstable packages. For example, it's now the moment
to look over new packages which will be in Lenny.
Gregory Colpart <reg at evolix.fr> GnuPG:1024D/C1027A0E
Evolix - Informatique et Logiciels Libres http://www.evolix.fr/
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