Hi,
I was going to point you at http://vufind.svn.sourceforge.net/viewvc/vufind/releases/VuFind-1.2/web/conf/config.ini?revision=4294&view=markup for config.ini

Have you tried http://localhost/vufind? By default, Solr runs on 8080 and the user interface runs on the default port (80).

If you don't want the /vufind/ part in your url, you'll have to change the apache httpd.conf to set your vufind directory as the document root.

All the best,
Eoghan



On 23 September 2011 22:10, Paul Hoffman <paul@flo.org> wrote:

On Fri, Sep 23, 2011 at 04:37:03PM -0400, Paul Hoffman wrote:
> I'm installing VuFind 1.2 on Ubuntu Server Edition 10.04 as documented
> at http://vufind.org/wiki/installation_ubuntu#install_the_deb_package
> -- installing from vufind_1.2.deb rather than following the detailed
> installation instructions -- and have run into a problem when I get to
> the configuration step.  [...]
>
> The problem is that /usr/local/vufind/web/conf/config.ini is present
> but empty -- no helpful comments at all -- and I can't see any
> documentation that would enable me to build it from scratch.  Is my
> installation broken, or is this normal?  I did all installation steps
> as root, FWIW.

Never mind, I downloaded vufind-1.2.tar.gz and pinched
web/conf/config.ini from there.  I imported a few bib records and it's
up and running, I think, although I get 404's on http://localhost:8080/
and http://localhost:8080/vufind/ -- the only thing I can see that does
anything is http://localhost:8080/vufind/solr.  What's the right URL for
the user interface?

Thanks in advance,

Paul.

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