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Trying to complete installation of OpenBiblio 0.7.1., using EasyPHP. At step where I start to run OpenBiblio installer and enter http://localhost/openbiblio/install/index.php I get "Object not found! The requested URL was not found on this server..." If I click on the localhost link I see the following folders "my portable files/", "project/", and "scripts/".
I am trying to install OpenBiblio from a flash drive because we are not settled on use of a specific computer yet in our very small library.
Is it not possible to install and run OpenBiblio from a flash drive? The EasyPHP seemed to install correctly from the flash drive, and that is the location of the above listed portable files, project and script folders.
Hans van der Weij
It's certainly not ideal, but I think it will run from a flash drive.
If you don't see the "openbiblio/" folder in the EasyPHP page, use Explorer to check where you've copied the OpenBiblio folder.
My first guess was that OpenBiblio was in a wrong location. I had tried moving it to the same folder as my portable files, project and scripts. As of the time I posted my topic question, all those attempts had failed. Your answer made me realize I was on the right track and I tried again. This time it worked. Perhaps the restarting of EasyPHP after moving the folder was the key?
Now I have a good connection to OpenBiblio but I am seeing a date and time error now.
"Mismatch in date and time configuration.
Recommended: correct before proceeding, else Check Out and Check In might fail temporarily.
Current date and time (YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS):
MySQL : 2013-07-16 06:26:53
PHP : 2013-07-16 15:26:53 | date.timezone = Europe/Paris
OpenBiblio 0.7.1 Installation
Database connection is good."
I referenced your help on this error at https://sourceforge.net/p/obiblio/discussion/164978/thread/7e539940#6b9d. I don't have enough familiarity with this program to understand the ultimate answer. My editing/saving the correct time zone in the php.ini file does not stick. I don't know how to find or change the "Loaded Configuration File" that you mention in your answer. Is there a way for a programming newbie to fix this?
I'm using EasyPHP 13.1 VC9. Thank you so much for all your help with my questions and so many others' questions as well.
I finally solved it! I found the offending configuration problem. I went to the right click menu of EasyPHP at the taskbar, choose Configuration, Apache. I opened the Apache configuration in Wordpad and found the "Europe/Paris" entry and changed to my timezone. Saved the file. Stopped and restarted EasyPHP and now I have a good database connection with no timestamp error.
Hopefully this will be a help to someone else too.