[kforge-user] Error installing KForge on Ubuntu 9.04
john.bywater at appropriatesoftware.net
Fri Nov 13 19:56:56 UTC 2009
Are you running the installer as the Apache user? If so, try installing
instead as a normal user, and importantly in a directory outside of the
public directories (probably /var/www/kforge isn't the best place)?
The first thing is to sort out the mx.DateTime module, it should really
After this, we can try to identify the kforge-makeconfig error. But it
looks like it mostly worked. Try activating the virtual environment,
then try running kforge-makeconfig directly, and let us know what the
> Hi John,
> Thanks once again for your reply, sadly the package you referred to was
> already installed, so I gave the virtualenv-method another go, sadly this
> one also seems to fail.
> When running the virtualenv script I used the following command;
> ./kforge-virtualenv --db-type mysql --db-user kforge --db-pass kforge \
> --db-name kforge --project-data-dir /var/www/kforgedata \
> --service-name MyForge /var/www/kforge/ \
> Which shows the the following errorlog http://codepad.org/Yb338reV and seems
> to be related to the "egenix-mx-base" part once again.
> On Fri, Nov 13, 2009 at 8:01 PM, John Bywater <
> john.bywater at appropriatesoftware.net> wrote:
>> Hi John,
>> No, there is no argument to state the OS. I agree that it's peculiar for
>> the egenix-mx-base to complain about win- stuff. It appears always to do
>> that, but the build should still work.
>> You could avoid building the package by installing the
>> python-egenix-mxdatetime Ubuntu module, so it's available in site packages.
>> sudo apt-get python-egenix-mxdatetime
>> In this case, if you are using virtualenv you will need to avoid setting
>> the --no-site-packages option. If you are using the kforge-virtualenv
>> installer make sure you set the --use-site-packages option.
>> Let us know how it goes?
>> Best wishes,
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