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  • Hello,

    I’m trying to install FOG 0.33B in an fresh Ubuntu 14.04 LTS, but I’m not on the interface. Please you going to watch the photo SAM_1980.jpg and help me further. Thank you.
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  • Developer

    [quote=“need2, post: 25906, member: 21891”]I also don’t want to step on any toes but this type of oddness is another reason I avoid distros like Ubuntu for servers now.[/quote]

    Ubuntu isn’t all bad, the older revisions are great… I would avoid anything 12+ though just my personal opinion. I am VERY unhappy with the direction Ubuntu is heading, but it is REALLY versatile and easy to set up. It caters to a crowd of people who are not versed in linux but still want to dabble. Anymore it’s become a hodge podge mix, but the older revisions were solid. I have always been a fan of the debian releases.

    I know this doesn’t look well coming from the Ubuntu guy, but I would avoid Ubuntu as well :(


  • Moderator

    I also don’t want to step on any toes but this type of oddness is another reason I avoid distros like Ubuntu for servers now.


  • Senior Developer

    I meant no offense to anybody, just wanted to have some understanding, and hopefully give some understanding to others yet.

    While 0.33 is a major overhaul, it’s still working off of the technology and softwares that are/were available at the time of the recoding. Due to the many changes Ubuntu’s been making over their latest versions, it’s too hard to try to keep up. Add to that, now they changed their web root structure to a completely different format from that even found in pure Debian.



  • Thank you, it works now.

    I expected no means a lightning-fast response to my request for help. I just wanted to give an indication of the problem because I assume that it will still affect other users.

    Thanks for all and best regards.


  • Developer

    [quote=“Tom Elliott, post: 25750, member: 7271”]Oma,

    This is why we recommend not using the latest and greatest. We do try to keep things as “modern” as possible, but there’s no way for development to occur at mind-blazingly fast speeds as you’re seemingly expecting here.

    This is a very simple problem to fix. If you’d read the latest for how Ubuntu 14.04, compared to prior versions, is doing apache, it’s now just like how Redhat based OS’s are doing they’re apache layouts. Instead of using /var/www/ as the Document root, they’re now using /var/www/html as the document root. As we haven’t updated the installer, the fix for you in this case is very simple at just entering the following command.
    [code]sudo ln -s /var/www/fog /var/www/html/fog[/code][/quote]

    I’ve tested (not throughly mind you) 14.04, other than the minor hiccup to change to /var/www/html everything else SEEMS to be okay.


  • Senior Developer

    Oma,

    This is why we recommend not using the latest and greatest. We do try to keep things as “modern” as possible, but there’s no way for development to occur at mind-blazingly fast speeds as you’re seemingly expecting here.

    This is a very simple problem to fix. If you’d read the latest for how Ubuntu 14.04, compared to prior versions, is doing apache, it’s now just like how Redhat based OS’s are doing they’re apache layouts. Instead of using /var/www/ as the Document root, their now using /var/www/html as the document root. As we haven’t updated the installer, the fix for you in this case is very simple at just entering the following command.
    [code]sudo ln -s /var/www/fog /var/www/html/fog[/code]


  • Senior Developer

    First and foremost,

    Why are you running Ubuntu 14.04? April 17, 2014 was the release date. I haven’t tested anything against it. Why would you put yourself through such punishment?


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