EDIT: never mind, figured it out. /usr/share/webissues had bad permissions.
This is basically a copy of what I posted on kde-apps - should've come here first.
I'm using webissues-client-0.8.2.tar.bz2 and webissues-server-0.8.1.tar.bz2, on Debian sid (unstable). I configured config.inc correctly I think, at least setup.php worked fine.
Here's my config.inc:
/* * Configuration file for the WebIssues Server. */ /* * Database configuration. * * Create the database and set correct values before running * the setup.php script. */ $config[ 'db_engine' ] = 'mysql'; // can be 'mysql' or 'pgsql' $config[ 'db_host' ] = 'localhost:825'; // can be 'host', 'host:port' or '/path/to/socket' $config[ 'db_database' ] = 'webissues'; // name of the database $config[ 'db_user' ] = 'www-data'; // database user login (if needed) $config[ 'db_password' ] = 'some_pwd'; // database user password (if needed) $config[ 'db_prefix' ] = 'wi'; // prefix of table names /* * Logging configuration. * * Enter a file name (absolute or relative to index.php) to enable a log. */ $config[ 'log_errors' ] = 'logs/wi_error.log'; $config[ 'log_commands' ] = 'logs/wi_commands.log'; $config[ 'log_sql' ] = 'logs/wi_sql.log';
Running http://localhost:8080/webissues/setup.php worked fine. The admin password is the same as the db user's password.
When I try to connect using the client, it doesn't work though: "connection to server failed" appears in the statusbar.
The URL I used is "http://localhost:8080/webissues", login 'admin', password what I entered in setup.php.
If I use http://localhost:8080 as the URL, it tells me "a server error occured (302 found)" so it does detect it correctly.
I don't have anything in the logs, just in the sql logs (which contains the inserts from setup.php, and nothing else).
The setup* stuff was removed, but it didn't help.
Since adding all the data to the mysql db worked, I'm guessing there's nothing wrong with my setup. It also detects webissues (or I'd get another 302 I guess), so it has to be a problem with the logging in.
Anyone an idea how I can fix this?
(An unrelated remark: by default, there's nothing in the tray, and you can't open the connection using the file menu. So you have to change the configuration, tell it to display in the tray, rightclick on the tray icon, and open connection. Not a very good default IMHO. It'd be better if open connection was added to the file menu.)