Problems when installing on RHEL 6.3!



  • So, downloaded the package & put it in the /opt.
    CHMOD +x the .sh and then run it…

    All went fine, BUT I didn’t get any /FOG folder under my /var/www/html…

    Any clues?


  • Developer

    Well I have install a FOG 0.30 in RHEL 6.3, and you must make some changes:

    1º) Disable firewall and selinux
    http://apt.sw.be/redhat/el6/en/x86_64/rpmforge/RPMS/rpmforge-release-0.5.2-1.el6.rf.x86_64.rpmhttp://mirror.uv.es/mirror/fedora-epel/6/i386/epel-release-6-8.noarch.rpm[/I]
    [I]#sudo rpm -i --quiet rpmforge-release-0.5.2-1.el6.rf.x86_64.rpm[/I]
    [I]#sudo rpm -i --quiet epel-release-6-8.noarch.rpm[/I]
    The EPEL repository is necesary to install htmldoc package.
    5º) Run installfog.sh to install FOG
    6º) You must config timezone in your php.ini:
    [I]#sudo vim /etc/php.ini[/I]
    In my case:
    date.timezone = “Europe/Madrid”
    [I]#/etc/init.d/httpd restart[/I]

    Some issues:
    *During the install process appears the next error:
    [I]Setting up and starting NFS Server…Failed![/I]
    Solution:
    [I]#sudo service rpcbind start[/I]
    *I have config the logwatch to see the freshclam messages, to config it:
    Edit the [I]/etc/logwatch/conf/logwatch.conf[/I] file
    Add the next line:
    [I]MailTo = [EMAIL]miemailaddress@mydomain.com[/EMAIL][/I] (<== your email)
    if you don’t want the logwatch messages delete the [I]/etc/cron.daily/0logwatch[/I] file

    • In logwatch messages appears the ext error:
      [I]Notifyclam error[/I]
      Solution:
      Edit the [I]/etc/freshclam.conf[/I], uncomment and config the next line:
      [I]NotifyClamd /etc/clamd.conf[/I]
      [I]
      Error: clamd was not notified can’t connect to clamd through /var/run/clamav/clamd.sock[/I]
      Solution:

    sudo touch /var/lib/clamav/clamd.sock

    sudo chown clam:clam /var/lib/clamav/clamd.sock



  • So, a brand new install of RHEL 6.3 and fully updated!

    Installation Started...
     
      Installing required packages, if this fails
      make sure you have an active internet connection.
     
      * Installing package: httpd
      * Installing package: php
      * Installing package: php-gd
      * Skipping package: php-cli (Already Installed)
      * Installing package: php-gettext
      * Installing package: mysql
      * Installing package: mysql-server
      * Installing package: php-mysql
      * Installing package: tftp-server
      * Skipping package: nfs-utils (Already Installed)
      * Installing package: vsftpd
      * Skipping package: net-tools (Already Installed)
      * Skipping package: wget (Already Installed)
      * Skipping package: xinetd (Already Installed)
      * Skipping package: tar (Already Installed)
      * Skipping package: gzip (Already Installed)
      * Skipping package: make (Already Installed)
      * Skipping package: m4 (Already Installed)
      * Installing package: gcc
      * Installing package: gcc-c++
      * Installing package: htmldoc
      * Skipping package: perl (Already Installed)
      * Installing package: perl-Crypt-PasswdMD5
      * Installing package: lftp
      * Installing package: clamav-update
      * Skipping package: iso-codes (Already Installed)
     
      Confirming package installation.
     
      * Checking package: httpd...OK
      * Checking package: php...OK
      * Checking package: php-gd...OK
      * Checking package: php-cli...OK
      * Checking package: php-gettext...Failed!
    
    

    [root@IDAVALLEN ~]# cd /var/www/html/
    [root@IDAVALLEN html]# ls
    [root@IDAVALLEN html]#

    Nope, no FOG under my /var/www/html/ and no working FOG at all!



  • @chad-bisd, post: 10584, member: 18 said:

    During the install, did it have any problems reported? I don’t use RHEL personally, but it might be differences in the packages that caused this.

    On RHEL 6.3, is the default apache directory still /var/www/html or something different?

    Yeah, but I´m going to do a fresh install now on it and try a new install of FOG and now save the log… ^^


  • Moderator

    During the install, did it have any problems reported? I don’t use RHEL personally, but it might be differences in the packages that caused this.

    On RHEL 6.3, is the default apache directory still /var/www/html or something different?


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