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Installing module on Lamp stack
|willson 1 post||
The installation instructions for modules were not easy (close to impossible?) to find.
It was installed with root as owner and group, except for htdocs which had “daemon” as owner.
The databases weren’t created either.
Not a success. I will delete and try again.
If any of these symptoms seem familiar and anyone has suggestions – - let me know.
|eesutton 18 post(s)||
As a recent Windows-to-Linux switcher, the “./” prefix required under Linux is not intuitive. Linux users assume it is so obvious to all. I figured if I opened a terminal in the same directory, it should know what I was trying to execute right? Not the case in reality. I agree it would be nice to document this for us Linux newbies.
Besides that though, I have had no troubles installing and running Bitnami LAMP stack and MediaWiki, and Mantis modules if logged on as root or using sudo (Google for visudo). After installing, open a terminal at /opt/lampstack-1.2.-4/ or wherever, and run “./ctrlscript start” (Don’t for get the “./”. ;-)
Once you get it working, be sure to do regular mysqldumps of bitnami_mantis database.
Hope this helps,