mod_rewrite issue?

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rwhite35

9 Dec 2012
Posts: 3

Hello,
Going through the installation of 1.0rc2 and got to the point where the installation process was suppose to install everything. However instead of compiling, it returned the setup script in the preview window.

I followed the setup video and everything seems correct, however I noticed that in my installation of PHP 5.3.1, mod_rewrite was not present in the configure command.

So I looked at my httpd.conf file and it DOES have:
LoadModule rewrite_module modules/mod_rewrite.so

I'm assuming then that mod_rewrite.so is in fact installed, but maybe not enabled in PHP. Can I enable this in PHP.INI without having to reconfigure PHP?

ADDITIONAL NOTE:
the .htaccess file isn't throwing any 500 internal error and it contains the directive
"RewriteEngine on". So this may not be a mod_rewrite issue after all. Maybe a file write permission issue?

Any thoughts would be very much appreciated.
rwhite35
Mac OSXserver 10.6.8
BTW, looking forward to trying out Jojo!
rwhite35

9 Dec 2012
Posts: 3

Additional notes:
I've changed all the permissions to _www:admin on all the source files and directories.
So I don't think Apache should have any issue creating files now.

It appears that SQL is throwing this response on trying to select the option table:
-- Table 'jojosite.option' doesn't exist

and when I look at the database 'jojosite' (my name for the database) it is empty.

So somewhere in the installation process the tables are not being created. Hope that helps.

Again this is a Mac Xserver running Apache 2, PHP 5.3 and MySQL 5.1
Thanks,

rwhite35
rwhite35

9 Dec 2012
Posts: 3

SOLVED:
I removed the config.php file and started the process over. This time it took. I think it must have had something to do with the file/folder permissions. Mac is very picky about who can do what. Any case, all set.

Regards,
rwhite35
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