[ic] catalog working, no admin/login, unable to checkout
ic_support at mnwebdesign.com
Fri Sep 2 01:01:28 UTC 2011
> -----Original Message-----
> From: interchange-users-bounces at icdevgroup.org
> [mailto:interchange-users-bounces at icdevgroup.org] On Behalf Of Peter
> Sent: Thursday, September 01, 2011 6:44 PM
> To: interchange-users at icdevgroup.org
> Subject: Re: [ic] catalog working, no admin/login, unable to checkout
> On 01/09/11 15:49, Peter wrote:
> > On 01/09/11 14:29, IC Support wrote:
> >> OK, I figured everything out, I forgot my host set my VPS
> SSH on port
> >> 1022 while DirectAdmin is on 2222. I am now into installing local
> >> perl and failed
> >> 1 test. I can't quite figure out where to go from here:
> >> I went here ../cpan/Cwd/t and did:
> >> perl ./cwd.t
> >> and got this:
> >> opendir(linktest/../../../../../../../../../..):
> Permission denied at
> >> ./cwd.t line 213 not ok 25
> >> # Failed test at ./cwd.t line 213.
> >> # ''
> >> # doesn't match
> >> \/_to_\
> >> /_a_\/_dir_$)'
> >> and looked up line 213:
> >> like(Cwd::_perl_abs_path($file), qr|$want$|i) if
> >> $EXTRA_ABSPATH_TESTS;
> >> looks like it wants a path, I don't have a linktest path...
> > Is this the initial perl install or the CPAN modules
> install? I think
> > you may be trying to install modules as an unprivlidged
> user here, but
> > the perl is installed as root and so CPAN needs to be run
> as root as well.
> > I'm guessing this is the Bundle::CPAN install, but you
> don't really say?
> I just tried to recreate this and could not. I was able to
> (following the directions in the guide) build a new perl
> 5.12.4 and install Bundle::CPAN,
> Bundle::InterchangeKitchenSink and DBD::Pg all without a
> hitch. In fact it looks like CentOS 5 no longer has finally
> upgraded Expat to fix the bug there so that forcing
> XML::Parser was not even necessary (I'll be updating my guide
> to reflect that, and the newer
> 5.12.4 version of Perl).
Yes, I too built that version, per your advice. Maybe I will try drop down a
version or two. Mike Heins recently suggested I drop back to 5.10 or
earlier, although that was while on Centos 4.x. I had good luck getting
OK, thanks for the detailed test, I will let you know how it goes.
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