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01-14-2010, 07:57 PM
First off... running windows server 2003, apache 2.2.14-win32-x86-no_ssl.msi, php-5.3.1-Win32-VC6-x86, mysql-essential-5.1.42-win32.msi
I've looked every where but I can't find anything that would solve my problem.
if i were to go to wiki.test.com i get...
Notice: Undefined variable: wgSitename in C:\deki\web\languages\Language.php on line 51
Site settings could not be loaded
We were unable to locate the API to request site settings. Please see below for debugging information.
HTTP Response Status Code: 0
Code postings were over the limit so i have attached all files i've noticed that are commonly asked for on the forums. Hopefully someone can help because I've been messing with this for the past 2 weeks and its driving me nuts! Thanks in advance!
What do you get if you go to http://localhost:8081/ (or http://localhost:8081/deki/) yourself?
01-15-2010, 01:27 PM
both say unable to connect... I have iis running on x.x.x.10 and apache running on x.x.x.11. Both work fine. Did I miss a step in the configuration?
The host runs on its own port (8081) and I don't know what IP you will have it assigned to, if you have more than one.
As long as that batch file is running it should accept connections...
01-15-2010, 04:34 PM
i didn't change anything... i just followed these instructions... http://developer.mindtouch.com/Deki/Installation_and_Upgrade/Previous_versions/1.8_Hayes_Official_Install_and_Upgrade_Guide/Windows
I have looked through some of the settings i believe for the batch file running and all of them are set to local host. Do i need to change that? I haven't seen anything that mentions about changing it.
How did you find that (old) guide? Do you specifically want to run Apache on Windows, or is there a reason you're not running Windows with IIS or Linux with Apache?
01-15-2010, 06:19 PM
couldn't get iis working with php and i've used apache on linux & windows with no problems before. Also not sure if it would cause problems but wsus is running on iis and is using the default iis web page. Troubleshooting apache should be very close to trouble shooting it on linux.
Fair enough, it's not a problem running that way, just the instructions are somewhat out of date...
01-15-2010, 06:24 PM
I actually have been writing steps down hopefully to update it when i'm done or at least to post them in the comments...
01-15-2010, 07:00 PM
so where do we look next to see if something is miss configured? or where do we look to look at the errors? I'm stumped on what to do next.
I'll have a look at it for you if you like, if you can arrange a remote desktop session via Skype or similar?
01-18-2010, 12:12 PM
All that stuff is blocked...i have it set on the thread to notify me instantly when someone replies. So If you just want to post to here, I'll jump on right away. Thanks for taking a look at it!
Sure, but my point was if I can look at it, I can probably see the problem in 10 seconds, in a way I would never pick up on if it was only described to me...
01-18-2010, 01:52 PM
when i do a netstat, i don't see anything listening on port 8081
01-18-2010, 02:14 PM
If all the other desktop sharing type of stuff is blocked maybe a free web conference service would be available:
http://www.dimdim.com/ is free and I have used it in the past. crb is willing to give up some of his time to help you but forum troubleshooting in cases like this can cause more time on both sides to be utilized unnecessarily not to mention the possibility of frustration.
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