[Koha] KOHA httpd.conf problems]

Dan Foote - DTS dfoote at dantech-services.com
Sun Mar 11 23:06:06 NZDT 2007

Thanks Chris.

Here's what my "export -p" shows: declare -x 

And thank you because I had inserted a symbolic link for the first site 
because SetEnv wasn't working. I thought I'd resolved that issue and 
removed the link. And with the link removed now, Site 1 fails too. So 
for some reason, SetEnv is not properly working, correct? Would this be 
a permissions error? ExecCGI or other option needed? The user is owner 
of the cgi-bin and its files.

I have found a way to work around this in Site2: by setting "use 
C4::Context;" to "use C4::Context("/etc/koha-site2.conf");", or adding 
that "use" statement to the perl files that don't have it.

If you can point me in the proper direction on getting my SetEnv 
functions to properly work, I'd be very appreciative. Thanks for the 
good catch!


*Dan Foote*

Chris Cormack wrote:
> On Sat, Mar 10, 2007 at 11:22:48PM -0900, Dan Foote - DTS said:
>> I continue to have problems attempting to get two instances of KOHA 
>> running on the same server.
> Hi Dan
> At first glance you koha-httpd.conf files look fine, at least very
> similair to mine (we have one machine that has 28 koha's running on it).
> One thing I notice is that
> /usr/lib/perl5/5.8.7/C4/Context.pm
> Is the Context.pm file its using, rather than the one at 
> /home/user2/koha/intranet/modules/
> If you have one there, perl will of course use that over the one you
> define in your PERL5LIB. Maybe that is the problem
> Chris


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