I have a problem with BASE whenever I go to https://snort_ip_address/base. Instead of showing the BASE page, it only shows the index of files and folders inside /var/www/html/base.
I got the following versions of components installed on my IDS machine:
- Snort 2.8.3.
- BASE 1.3.5
- PHP 5.2.9
- Mysql 5.0
Snort is running without any problem with alerts and traffic being logged in /var/log/snort.
Could anyone kindly enlighten me what I could have possibly done wrong on my setup. Your thoughts would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.
Apache should be compiled with PHP support and vice versa. If it is, then add index.html/php as a DirectoryIndex in your apache configuration.
i recently had the same problem and it was solved by:
DirectoryIndex index.html index.php
Thank you so much for your response.
BTW, I installed it using yum on Fedora 9. Initially all other components (i.e. mysql, Apache, PHP, pcre) were installed using "yum -y install httpd" as instructed in the document I got from http://www.internetsecurityguru.com. However, It seems that some little components that PHP needed (e.g., PEAR, gd, libxml-2) were not installed using yum, so I then reinstalled PHP from source.
Following your suggestion, I first appended "index.html/php" in DirectoryIndex of /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf to no avail. I then attempted to re-compile/install PHP with the --with-httpd option, restarted the httpd service and opened https://snort_ip_address/base, but still got the same page of index of files and folders.
I also tried using ./configure --with-apache and got this error:
- "Invalid apache directory - unable to find http.h under /usr/local/apache"
Aparently what's installed on my machine is "httpd" and not apache, so I didnt find the directory /usr/local/apache.
How do you think should I proceed next?
BTW, just so you know, this is my first attempt to use a Linux distro.
I am not familiar with Fedora, as I use Gentoo. As you have installed all the packages, you should have the file /etc/httpd/conf.d/php.conf. In this file add
if not in the file.
NOTE : Please note the difference here index.html/php :)
Then restart your httpd service.
Assuming all the above configuration is correct then in file /etc/base/base_conf.php
$BASE_urlpath = "/base";
Hope this helps.
I got everything finally running as expected now after a fresh install on another Linux box. I figured it will take longer to sort everything to get a clue about the issue than to just start over. Thank you guys for all your inputs, that also help me through.
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