[Owncloud] Need help to run owncloud on FreeBSD
Roland van Laar
roland at micite.net
Sun Apr 1 19:16:56 UTC 2012
On 04/01/2012 04:42 PM, Martyn Hill wrote:
> Dear list
> I have tried several times to configure owncloud (v2 and v3) on my
> FreeBSD server at home, but always get stuck at the very same point.
> I should like some guidance on how to troubleshoot the process, if
> anyone here can assist. I can't find my specific problem in any of the
> existing forum/mail postings...
> In simple terms, having installed owncloud either from FreeBSD ports
> or 'manually' from the binary and GIT repository, I am able to access
> the first config page where the admin credentials are requested and
> type of DB backend, I click submit and then... nothing.
> I have also tried different browsers (IE 7, 8, Google Crome, Firefox)
> in case it was a client issue.
> Always the same observed result, whether SQLIte or MySQL (after first
> configuring the MySQL user) is chosen.
> My environment:
> FreeBSD 8.1 RELEASE
> Apache 2.2
> SQLite 3.7.9 & MySQL 5.1
> <All the php modules listed on the owncloud requisites page - v5.3.8)>
> My first question is: /*How do you debug the php scripts that are run?*/
Me Too :).
I have the same problem using FreeBSD, although I'm running it inside a
I'm tried using both apache and nginx with php-fpm.
You can use Xdebug: http://xdebug.org/index.php
> The closest I've gotten to tracking down the problem is somewhere in
> the MDB2/Driver sections, but that was a somewhat blind goose-chase
> through the php code, trying to run each script in the chain one at a
I'm in the process of installing Xdebug.
The call 3rdparty/MDB2/Schema.php:399 $result = $parser->parse();
doesn't return. There is no output after this step.
> Any ideas? I've read of others who are succesfully running OC on
> FreeBSD, or at least getting beyond this very first hurdle.
After installing owncloud 2 from ports in a regular FreeBSD installation
and copying in the new owncloud.
I see the redirect to files/index.php after the initial installation and
the following error happens.
Fatal error: Call to undefined method MDB2_Statement_sqlite::fetchRow()
in /usr/local/www/owncloud/lib/app.php on line 108
Roland van Laar
> Martyn Hill
> "There are 10 types of people in this world. Those who understand binary and those who don't."
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