That worked as well, thanks!
On 2 Mar 2020, at 19:09, Kormos 'Morc' Gábor <morc@xxxxx> wrote:
You'll have to delete secret.php to allow the installer to go through its
On 2020-03-02 17:29, Marijn van Gool wrote:
Thanks for your quick answer.
The command works for me, except that I cannot go further than step 1 of 7
anymore, since the configuration checks have already been done.
Any idea how I can go around this and move on to other steps?
On 2 Mar 2020, at 17:24, Kormos 'Morc' Gábor <morc@xxxxx
I guess the user/group is not ocrrect hence httpd can't read the
secret.php file. chown -R apache:apache
/var/www/html/RackTables-0.21.4/wwwroot should fix it for you. Unless
CentOS runs httpd under user httpd or some other user. The replace
apache:apache with that user/group, like www-data on Debian and co.
On 2020-03-02 17:07, Marijn van Gool wrote:
I am halfway through the installation of racktables 0.21.4 on CentOS 8, I
got upto step 4 of 7.
After I issued the command 'chmod 440
/var/www/html/RackTables-0.21.4/wwwroot/inc/secret.php’ I see the
This page isn’t working
18.104.22.168 is currently unable to handle this request.
HTTP ERROR 500
The installation does not go on.
And when I change the permissions back to 644 and go to
<http://my-server-ip/racktables/?module=installer> I go back to step 1 and
get stuck there.
It then says the following, and I can’t go on with where I left off...
RackTables installation: step 1 of 7
Your configuration file exists and seems to hold necessary data already.
Any idea how to fix this without having to reinstall the whole thing?