if this is not the right place for asking, please direct me to the
correct source (I have posted twice requests for help on the slashcode
site and I understand they were ignored).
I finally got through the whole install process smoothly using
PostgreSQL. I had to do a lot of changes, mainly on the *.sql files (the
schema among others was very much out of date), but also some at the
perl source level. I should be able to post patches soon, but there's a
I simply can't start apache. I get a syntax error of the kind:
Starting web server: apache.
Syntax error on line 22 of
Argument is not an Apache or Apache::Server object at
/usr/local/lib/perl/5.6.1/Slash/Utility/Environment.pm line 597.
/usr/sbin/apachectl start: httpd could not be started
I've spent last night searching and I'm about to give up which would be
a pity after I invested a couple of days work on it and I feel I'm close
from making the site run on PostgreSQL (well, there are still a few
changes to make but hey, I'm close).
All I could gather as information is that the directive
fails at the getCurrentAnonymousCoward function call, where the
reference Apache->request sends nothing.
Where should I go from here?