Remove your webroot redirect to /fog when going to >= rc4
i recently have installed rc4 and i had to remove my redirect from webroot to /fog due to a redirect error:
just want to let you know if you experience the same
Thanks all good!
<Directory /var/www/> Options Indexes FollowSymLinks AllowOverride None Require all granted DirectoryIndex index.php </Directory>
I had the same issues with the upgrade and was able to upgrade the schema with the link provided, but…
I had the same problem with my server not going to the normal http://xxx/fog/management/index.php login page.
I am fairly new to Linux. How did you change the apache dir.conf list order to put index.php to the front?
I completed the fog installation by entering the full path http://xxx/fog/management/index.php?node=schemaupdater but had the same problem. After the installation was complete the normal http://xxx/fog/ did not resolve to the normal http://xxx/fog/management/index.php login page.
I am fairly new at Linux and am not sure how to change apache dir.conf list order. index.html.
@mtanigawa This is essentially what I was referring to. For the fog.conf or 001-fog.conf files I added:
DirectoryIndex index.php index.html index.htm
Maybe not related, but ran into something similar from 1.3.5-RC10 to 1.4-RC4 upgrade. After installation, when requested to update the schema - only a blank page was shown. To get to the scheme upgrade page, I needed to enter the full path (http://xxx/fog/management/index.php?node=schemaupdater).
After installation was complete, the normal http://xxx/fog/ did not resolve to the normal http://xxx/fog/management/index.php login page. The page would work as expected if manually entering the full path.
I resolved this by changing the apache dir.conf list order. index.html was listed first. I placed index.php to the front. After doing this, going to http://xxx/fog would redirect properly and read the .php index file.
Thank you (all) for all the great work!
@x23piracy not a mistake. Added redirect for API system, and Apache wanted a directory index.
@Tom-Elliott that means that was a little mistake in rc4 that will be solved with future releases?
You should be able to keep this redirect in the future