I've fixed the problem of the slash deamon not running, but I can't get past
the login error. When I login, I still get a page not found error. When I
remove the return to part of the query string, the page loads fine, and I am
logged in. No error in the apache log is generated from this though. Then I
logged out, and tried to login again. When I did this, in the apache error
log, every subroutine in users.pl was declared as being redefined (32 of
them). No error is generated in the log though, and I still get a page not
ex. Subroutine fixNickname redefined at /....../users.pl line 1981.
I tried digging through the source code, and I saw that www is stripped from a
referring address in users.pl - is there anywhere else that things are added
to/stripped from the URI, since I am not running slash as a virtual host, is
it possible something is added to the URI that could be causing the
redirection not to work?
>===== Original Message From shane@... =====
>On Wednesday 03 September 2003 21:51, Adam Tebbe wrote:
>> Yes, I have slash installed as a subdirectory in the document root of the
>> server. I have modified all of the variables you listed accordingly(I did
>> this when I installed slash). The users.pl script works, its just the
>> returnto link in the url below does not seem to be correct....
>> Also I noticed that the header.inc and footer.inc, which are included on
>> the help page do not exist.... I noticed in a previous message that these
>> are supposed to be created by the slash daemon, but this did not occur...
>> is there any other way to obtain these pages so that the help page looks
>the includes are created by tasks that are run by slashd for each site.
>you need to learn how to manually run a task. you need to do
>then run the tasks 'new_headfoot' and 'freshenup'.
>Then find out why your slashd isn't running correctly. I'd start by looking
>your site's log files.
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