[LON-CAPA-admin] No build directory?
Guy Albertelli II
guy at albertelli.com
Thu Jun 29 13:16:55 EDT 2006
Things I see wrong:
from the install.pl log:
> Setting httpd to start on boot up.
> insserv: apache: No such file or directory
Makes me wonder about whether apache is actually installed.
Note that LON-CAPA 2.1.X requires the use of Apache 1.3.X and
> The problem comes on the next step, where I get warnings and one warning
> says I stuff about a Makefile in the build directory (I don't have a build
> directory...). What could be the problem? Output below:
You do, it's loncapa-2.1.3/loncom/build
> Unable to interpret /etc/SuSE-release to determine system type at
> ./distprobe line 76.
This will cause issues, you'll need to modify the distprobed to fake
that you are SuSE 9.3.
> Can't locate HTML/TokeParser.pm
This error means you don't have all of the rpm's installed as
perl-HTML-TokeParser is one of the ones we provide a custom release
for. (We have to patch it in a few locations and thus can't use the
CPAN built one.)
Can you double check that you have installed all of the RPMs?
guy at albertelli.com 0-7-1-8-27,137
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