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Re: Installing v1.3 - progress report #2

On Wed, Dec 30, 2009 at 9:05 PM, Philip Rhoades <..hidden..> wrote:

On 2009-12-31 08:23, Chris Travers wrote:
> On Tue, Dec 29, 2009 at 9:57 AM, Philip Rhoades <..hidden..
> <mailto:..hidden..>> wrote:
>     People,
>     I am gradually making some progress with getting v1.3 going on Fedora 12
>     x86_64.  After initial problems with the Perl modules, I decided to
>     remove all Perl RPMs and then manually delete any remaining CPAN
>     installed files.  I then installed ALL x86_64 RPMs and their
>     dependencies starting with "perl-".  This only left modules:
>          Test::Exception
>          Locale::Maketext::Lexicon
>          CGI::Simple
>     marked as "missing" which was fixed by installing 32bit RPMs:
>          perl-Sub-Uplevel-0.2002-3.fc12.noarch
>          perl-Test-Exception-0.27-4.fc12.noarch
>          perl-IO-String-1.08-8.fc12.noarch
>          perl-PPI-1.206-1.fc12.noarch
>          perl-YAML-0.70-2.fc12.noarch
>          perl-Locale-Maketext-Lexicon-0.77-4.fc12.noarch
>     and, just in case:
>          perl-CPAN.x86_64
>     I was then able to get through the early INSTALL stuff.
>     After I got stuck with getting the system going with files from the tar
>     ball I decided to try the current svn files instead.  I could tell by
>     the diffs that were some changes.  Some of the issues I mentioned before
>     still remain but after putting in the correct path for contrib on the
>     initiate screen, I made some more progress.  The new company db appears
>     to be correctly created with no errors in either the httpd or postgres
>     logs.  However when I try to log in with the new user and db I get:
>     "Error!
>     Database is not the expected version. Was , expected 1.2.0"
> I will add something to the INSTALL file about troubleshootng this but
> usually it is a permission issue.  Check the permissions on the defaults
> table.
> Most likely I would guess that the Roles.sql may not have been
> preprocessed and loaded.  How did you create your database?
> Best Wishes,
> Chris Travers

Pointing the browser to:


I am going to have another attempt with the latest files and do the DB
thing manually and see what happens.

Actually I was going to suggest:

select count(*) from defaults;

\dp defaults