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Yet another include.general... error [message #5199] Sat, 12 December 2015 03:48 Go to next message
gilmore.gerry@gmail.com is currently offline  gilmore.gerry@gmail.com
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Hi! I'm trying Radicore for the first time after wrestling with Laravel to get a basic CRUD app going and I'm encountering an issue which I know has been addressed before, but my situation seems to be a tad different.

My environment is a Linux Mint 17 installation, running on localhost. Latest PHP (5.5.16), apache (2.4) and MySQL. Everything installed correctly, DB setup and import went great, and I initially struggled just a bit (as others seem to have done) with the .htaccess, but I seem to have that setup OK as phpinfo() (thanks for providing that built-in, BTW!) shows that my local include_path is being pulled in. My issue is that I'm still getting the "include.general.inc" not found message when trying to login for the first time. Here's my setup:

Radicore installation in: /var/www/html/radicore
The includes, etc. dirs are all there and - again - DB migration went fine.
phpinfo() shows (local) include_path reflecting changes I make, but....I've tried this:
php_value include_path ".:includes:radicore/includes:/includes" and several variations thereof, but none seems to work.

I'm sure that I'm munging something up, just not sure what and I'd appreciate a nudge in the right direction.

Thanks in advance!
Re: Yet another include.general... error [message #5200 is a reply to message #5199] Sat, 12 December 2015 04:43 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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If you look in the htaccess.txt file which I provide as an example you should see that the value I provide for include_path is a fully qualified path name (eg: '.;E:\www.radicore.org\includes') and not a relative path name (eg: '.:radicore/includes'). your relative path is wrong as it is looking for a subdirectory of the current directory.

Re: Yet another include.general... error [message #5201 is a reply to message #5200] Sat, 12 December 2015 11:35 Go to previous message
gilmore.gerry@gmail.com is currently offline  gilmore.gerry@gmail.com
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Thanks - I discovered the same thing on my own. It was the whole Windows path thing that was throwing me as I've been pure Linux for some time now.

Gerry
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