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  • in reply to: Problem on Ubuntu 12.12 -> BROWSE: 404 not found #30561
    bill
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    I have both, a clean Ubuntu 12.10 and a clean 12.10 version running in virtual machines. And in deed, the 12.04 runs without any issues, the 12.10 has the above described problem. As the issue occurs on a clean 12.10 installation, this is where we have to look for the issue.

    I did not follow up downgrading any other packages on my 12.10 installation apart from the php5 one. This is just too much of a hazzle for a blind search of the source of error.

    So I think it would be preferably to approach this issue in another way, for which I need some information:
    -> what is distinct in the browse functionality in vlc-shares, compared to the other pages??
    -> is there a way to debug this problem (e.g. a log file that could help), if so, how in detail?? The vlc-shares-report that can be generated is attached in an earlier post and I could not find anything from a brief look…

    Cheers
    Timo

    in reply to: Problem on Ubuntu 12.12 -> BROWSE: 404 not found #30559
    bill
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    Trying to move on, I started comparing package version numbers between ubuntu 12.04 and 12.10. The ones with dependencies to vlc-shares and different version numbers are:
    in 12.04: ffmpeg 4:0.8.4-0ubuntu0.12.04.1
    in 12.10:ffmpeg 6:0.8.4-0ubuntu0.12.10.

    in 12.04:rtmpdump 2.4~20110711.gitc28f1bab-1
    in 12.10:rtmpdump 2.4+20111222.git4e06e21

    in 12.04:php5-sqlite 5.3.10-1ubuntu3
    in 12.10:php5-sqlite 5.4.6-1ubuntu3

    in 12.04:vlc 2.0.1-4
    in 12.10:vlc 2.0.4-0ubuntu1

    I started downgrading the php5-sqlite package and dependencies. Did not help. Unless someone has a good guess which one could couse the problem, I guess I need to continue with the other ones in the same way…

    Cheers
    Timo

    in reply to: Problem on Ubuntu 12.12 -> BROWSE: 404 not found #30557
    bill
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    Here is a quick update and some curiosity: I just installed vlc-shares in the same way than above (without any further modification) on a ubuntu 12.04 machine. And surprisingly, I can access the “browse” page. So the problem must be related to the ubuntu 12.10 version….

    in reply to: Problem on Ubuntu 12.12 -> BROWSE: 404 not found #30556
    bill
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    Dear emerkamp,

    I am very thankful for offering your help and try my best to answer your questions:
    First, to clarify: I followed the instructions for installation on ubuntu 11.10 (even though I run a 12.10 version of Ubuntu), which reduce to downloading a .deb file and performing:
    sudo dpkg -i vlc-shares_0.5.4-1_all.deb
    sudo apt-get install -f

    That went all fine and the apache server configuration points to the correct folder of the vlc-shares installation:

    ###############
    # vlc-shares default Apache configuration

    Alias /vlc-shares "/opt/vlc-shares/public"


    Options Indexes FollowSymLinks MultiViews
    AllowOverride All
    Order allow,deny
    allow from all


    php_flag magic_quotes_gpc Off
    php_flag register_globals Off
    php_value include_path ".:/usr/share/php:/usr/share/pear:/usr/share/php/libzend-framework-php"



    ################

    So, your configuration has instead of my . I tried modification and restarted the apache server. WIthout success…

    Regarding the post link. I red it previously. I do not think in my case it would be a port issue, as I can access for instance localhost/vlc-shares/manage as well http://mylocalip/vlc-shares/manage. That not only from the localhost, but also from any other PC in my local network.
    The later posts of the link suggest that Yann is actually suffering from the same issue. I will link this post there in case we get successful in solving the problem…

    As you suggest, I set in condifguration (advanced) the creation of a debuglog, level 3. It points to a location in my home folder. Running a systemtest results with no errors. Also the debuglog file is still empty. The report of the test is attached (my ip is changed in there by myself to MYIP). Is that somehow helpful?? Let me know which information more I can provide…

    I am still tapping in the dark and thankful for help!
    Cheers
    Timo

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