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Old 09-26-2008, 12:15 PM
Mirto Silvio Busico
 
Default Lenny: configure ocsinventory fails

Hi all,
I'm trying to install and configure ocsinventory on a fresh lenny install.

First attempt failed because mysql is a requirement but it is not in the
dependencies.


Starting again from scratch, installing mysql, an then trying to install
ocs inventory seems to work: it asks for the administrative password of
mysql; asks for the password for ocsinventory; creates the "ocs" mysql
user and the ocsweb mysql schema.


But no tables are generated and using the URL
"http://localhost/ocsinventory" gives a "Bad Request" error"

In the Apache2 log files I see an "Table 'ocsweb.config' doesn't exist"

Anyone was able to install and start ocs inventory?
There are postinstallation procedures to execute? (in the README.debian
there is nothing useful)


Thanks
Mirto

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