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#1 2012-04-22 22:16:17

Orango
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[FIXED] Oneye In SF.net host

I've installed on sf.net see http://oneye.sourceforge.net/OneCloud/
what's wrong

i was installed on a localhost Before

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#2 2012-04-23 21:21:05

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Re: [FIXED] Oneye In SF.net host

Welcome to oneye...

At a guess, your permissions are set up incorrectly.

A look at your project's htdocs via sftp reveals that everything in ./OneCloud/onecloud has permissions set to 755 and is owned by you, orangoo, not apache. Try using...

chmod -R 775 ./*

...in that folder, then try reloading your browser.

Hope this helps.

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#3 2012-04-24 20:54:31

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Re: [FIXED] Oneye In SF.net host

s0600204 wrote:

Welcome to oneye...

At a guess, your permissions are set up incorrectly.

A look at your project's htdocs via sftp reveals that everything in ./OneCloud/onecloud has permissions set to 755 and is owned by you, orangoo, not apache. Try using...

chmod -R 775 ./*

...in that folder, then try reloading your browser.

Hope this helps.

not successful sad

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#4 2012-04-29 21:13:23

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Re: [FIXED] Oneye In SF.net host

Okay Orangoo, I've looked into it and I believe your problem is what I thought it is - a permissions error - but the solution I gave you won't work via (s)ftp.

I've tried this myself and I managed to get oneye working (sort-of) in what sourceforge refers to as project-web.

What you need to do is to change the permissions of everything so that the web-server, apache, can write as well as read the contents of OneCloud. If you had shell access, it should be a case of doing what I advised in the first place, but I'm guessing you only have sftp access and that makes things a little harder.

Essentially, you have to navigate to every folder in your installation and run "chmod 775 ./*" on a folder-by-folder basis. Now there are a lot of folders in oneye (~570) and, although technically you shouldn't have to do it for all of them, I don't personally know which ones need it and which ones don't, so it's best to do them all. I would not advise doing this manually.

If you can find a ftp client that allows you to set permissions recursively, then it should be a case of a few clicks. FileZilla lets you do this, but gFTP does not. Of course you'll still have to wait as the ftp client recurses through your folders and set everything. (The ftp protocol is not designed for recursion, apparently)

Once you've done that, the system should... fingers crossed ...work.

I then found that in Firefox, Safari and Chrome, that once logged in, when I log out again, I got the "Session Expired" message until I manually removed the relevant cookie from the browser. Opera works fine. Give it a try and see how you fare.

Oh, and I'll just mention this so people know not to try it: I also tried running oneye installed in my sourceforge user user-web space. No idea what went wrong, but it just refused to work, giving a blank page to me and an error 500 to the browser.

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#5 2012-05-10 18:17:12

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Re: [FIXED] Oneye In SF.net host

so i can't installed on SF? sad

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#6 2012-05-10 19:18:03

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Re: [FIXED] Oneye In SF.net host

That's not what I said. I said I couldn't get oneye to work if installed in sourceforge's user-web space, but it should work if installed in project-web space and you change the permissions to let apache write to the files.

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#7 2012-05-11 01:08:20

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Re: [FIXED] Oneye In SF.net host

I just set up oneye 0.9.0 RC 1 on eyeos.sf.net without problems. You just need to set the permissions of the installer files and continue.


Best regards,
Lars Knickrehm

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#8 2012-05-11 13:23:37

Orango
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Re: [FIXED] Oneye In SF.net host

I use the eyeOS 1.9 without installation file
What is permissions, i will put it?

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#9 2012-05-11 13:48:05

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Re: [FIXED] Oneye In SF.net host

I won't give support for eyeos 1.9, sorry. Just update to oneye 0.9.0 RC 1. The updater of oneye should do everything on its own and takes about to minutes only...


Best regards,
Lars Knickrehm

The oneye project.

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