[ic] New user - Install questions
Wed, 15 Nov 2000 13:05:17 -0800
The file that makecat placed in your cgi-bin is a program that
communicates with the daemon and goes to CAT_ROOT/PAGES to find the
specified files. Files that are interpreted by Interchange sit outside of
normal HTML space so that they are parsed before they are sent back to the
Take it easy,
From: Jerry O'Brien <email@example.com>
To: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>
Date: Wednesday, November 15, 2000 12:50 PM
Subject: Re: [ic] New user - Install questions
>I get no error message from makecat; it just stops, and I'm sure it hasn't
>completed the catalog install. What file could I post here to show what has
>been done and what has not? makecat.cfg?
>OK, I fixed some user/permission things - ie: started running as "interch"
>(instead of root) and fixed permissions so 'interch' can write in
>/usr/local/interchange and in the catalog directory tree.
>Now the daemon starts OK...
>Still bad links to the customer and admin areas out of the sample catalog.
>It is trying to go to /cgi-bin/index.html, and /cgi-bin/admin/index.html,
>respectively (which seems right), but makecat placed a file in my cgi-bin
>called cgi-bin and that's it - no index, and no admin directory. Should I
>re-run makecat, or go patch it up manually?
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Hans-Joachim Leidinger" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Sent: Wednesday, November 15, 2000 1:42 PM
>Subject: Re: [ic] New user - Install questions
>> Jerry O'Brien wrote:
>> > Hello, I hope somebody will help me with a few install problems:
>> > I just installed interchange-4.6.0
>> > 1: Makecat quit without error just after creating directories and never
>> > to the "your company" info.
>> And the error message is?
>> > After running makecat:
>> > 1: the <document_root>/cgi-bin directory has a file called cgi-bin in
>> > but the sample catalog customer and admin links are looking for
>> > there.
>> > 2: The daemon is not running - I start it manually wth
>> > /usr/local/interchange/bin/restart, but no error messages and no
>> > Where might i find an error log?
>> What is with
>> /usr/local/interchange/bin/interchange -u
>> to start in UNIX mode only or
>> /usr/local/interchange/bin/interchange -r
>> to restart the Interchange server?
>> The error file is located at
>> and in your catalogs directory.
>> > 3: where can I learn about using interchange with cybercash, etc.?
>> This is the next question, if you have install the catalog with succes.
>> -------------Hans-Joachim Leidinger---------------------
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