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PHPSUEXEC and local php.ini


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zhatka

Community Member, 3 Posts

30 March 2007 at 8:06am

Edited: 30/03/2007 8:06am

First off, SilverStrip is incredible. I played with it for a couple of weeks at home and am going to switch my freelance/portfolio site to it.

I using Fused Networks as my host and they meet all of the requirements. But one is kinda funky.

They use PHPSUEXEC. Even though mod_rewrite and AllowOverride are enabled in the https.conf file, apparently I have to put any modifications in a local php.ini file.

My install is failing on the mod_rewrite test saying:

mod_rewrite doesn't appear to be working. Make sure:

* mod_rewite is enabled in your httpd.conf
* AllowOverride is enabled for the current path.

Please check these options, then refresh this page.

I am still researching but does anyone know how I would enable these in a local php.ini, or if SilverStripe will work in this configuration.

Thanks!

Tony

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zhatka

Community Member, 3 Posts

30 March 2007 at 8:48am

Solved my own problem. The CMS actually wrote the necessary .htaccess values to a file called .htaccess_rewrite.

I just copied those values into .htaccess, saved it and SilverStripe fired right up.

Once I get my hands dirty I will see if it barks at anything else around phpsuexec.

Cheers....

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Sigurd

Forum Moderator, 628 Posts

30 March 2007 at 9:14pm

Edited: 30/03/2007 9:14pm

can you clarify whether your issues above were with 2.0.0 or 2.0.1rc2? the reason i ask is so we know if we need to fix anything, or if we can just go ahead and release 201!

cheers for your positive feedback btw! :)

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zhatka

Community Member, 3 Posts

31 March 2007 at 3:17am

I was installing 2.01rc2. Platform info at the host follows:

Operating system    Linux
Kernel version    2.6.9-42.0.8.ELsmp
Machine Type    i686
Apache version    1.3.37 (Unix)
PERL version    5.8.7
PHP version    5.2.0
MySQL version    4.1.21-standard-log

If I run into any snags while getting the site in order, I'll post the findings.

Cheers

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Sigurd

Forum Moderator, 628 Posts

31 March 2007 at 5:30am

i think we're okay as this was discussed on IRC and fixed on wednesday, should be in the daily build; its the check that is buggy, not you :P