[ic] Assistance Request
peter at pajamian.dhs.org
Tue Jan 10 23:13:21 EST 2006
Sometimes a user shell will send a HUP signal to processes started by a
particular user when he logs out of the shell, try prepending nohup when
If that doesn't work what does the apache error log say when you get the
internal server error?
On 01/10/2006 07:09 PM, Simon Swegles wrote:
> Thanks for the suggestion. I am running Fedora Core 4. I made certain
> SELinux was disabled (I had it set 'permissive'). Then I restarted the
> server and tested it. While I was still logged into my interchange user
> account it was accessible. But as soon as I logged off, it was right
> back to the Internal Server Error.
> Any other suggestions?
> Jeff Fearn wrote:
>> On 1/11/06, Simon Swegles <simon at swegles.com> wrote:
>>> I am running <http://3prongstudios.com/phpinfo.php>.
>>> My test catalog is <http://www.cmedinformation.com/serv>
>>> I installed IC today as an unprivileged user on a specific virtual
>>> domain using the included README and inline instructions. It runs great,
>>> but only when that user is logged in to SSH. I can log in to the
>>> customer or admin interfaces, make changes, and see those changes
>>> reflected. As soon as I log off SSH I start getting "Internal Server
>>> Error" on various pages that I had just been accessing successfully.
>>> Checking TOP shows that interchange is still running under that
>>> Simply logging back in to SSH as that user resolves the error.
>>> Thank you for your time and patience.
>> What O/S? It could be an SELinux issue.
>> Jeff Fearn
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