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We invite you to get involved with the community, it is more likely you get community support if you support the open source project! -- PeterThoeny - 2011-05-02 This indicates that somehow the @INC is not populated properly. Feel free to reopen if needed. Once I got TWiki up on that first machine (the final of many problems in that case was the ownership of the .htpasswd file), I thought that repeating the feat on his comment is here

Additional log information: %> Perl error when reading LocalSite.cfg: %> Please inform the site admin. %> BEGIN failed--compilation aborted at /etc/httpd/twiki/lib/TWiki.pm line 454. %> Compilation failed in require at /etc/httpd/twiki/lib/TWiki/UI/View.pm line At the configuration page, the login dialog shows up as expected. -- DetlefMarxsen - 2011-01-10 The Account pull-down has the login link. Regards -- LucGarcia - 19 Mar 2009 You should run /bin/configure first. BEGIN failed--compilation aborted at /var/www/twiki/lib/TWiki.pm line 528. http://www.twiki.org/cgi-bin/view/Support/ConfigureScriptBombing

Configure should pick up the settings in lib/TWiki/Plugins/DirectedGraphPlugin/Config.spec. BEGIN failed--compilation aborted at F:\twiki\bin\view.pl line 30. Changed the user and configure started to cooperate. -- DetlefMarxsen - 2011-01-05 Sorry, still one problem left over: When I try to edit a page, I don't get a login dialog

The status selector is below the edit box. Tags: tag this topic create new tag, view all tags SID-00203: Where is LocalSite.cfg ? Now when I try to look at any page on TWiki, I get Path to GraphViz commands From error_log (happens loading twiki configure URL) Perl error when reading LocalSite.cfg: BEGIN failed--compilation aborted at /etc/httpd/twiki/lib/TWiki.pm line 454.

Or is the problem somewhere else? -- DetlefMarxsen - 2010-12-20 Discussion and Answer Did you set the twiki/bin/LocalLib.cfg as described in TWikiInstallationGuide? -- PeterThoeny - 2011-01-02 See also related SID-01024. -- Tags: tag this topic create new tag, view all tags SID-00341: Cannot run Configure Status: Answered TWiki version: 4.3.1 Perl version: 5.8.8 Category: CategoryInstallation Server OS: Debian GNU/Linux, kernel 2.6.18-6-486 Last BEGIN failed--compilation aborted at /apps/twiki-root/twiki/bin/view line 41. get redirected here SupportForm Status Answered Title Regarding Twiki Installation from source SupportCategory CategoryInstallation TWiki version 5.0.1 Server OS fedora Web server apache Perl version 5.005 Edit|Attach|Watch|Print version|History: r3

Send feedback. All material on this collaboration platform is the property of the contributing authors. Tags: tag this topic create new tag, view all tags SID-01111: Regarding Twiki Installation from source Status: Answered TWiki version: 5.0.1 Perl version: 5.005 Category: CategoryInstallation Server OS: fedora Last update: As this error comes up on the configure page, the suggestion of having Twiki make said file after setting some options on that page is a non-option.

Anyhow, I am stuck in an endless login loop. http://twiki.org/cgi-bin/view/Support/SID-00009 Send feedback. The configure script in turn is data driven based on twiki/lib/TWiki.spec. -- PeterThoeny - 2011-01-03 Well, I put the file there. Once I removed the "deny from all" clause, it started to work.

In my old system LocalSite.cfg resides in /etc/twiki. http://setiweb.org/perl-error/perl-error-when-reading-localsite-cfg-please-inform-the-site-admin.php BEGIN failed--compilation aborted at -e line 1. stuck at another misconfiguration now: After clicking "edit" and logging in, the server is not found - the address line then contains "http://twiki/bin..." (the "localhost" is missing). Some people like it for performance reasons.

Could you tell me why I have this error and how can I solve it. Ask community in the support forum.Copyright © 1999-2016 by the contributing authors. I used Mozilla and IE to launch weblink I checked line 41 of view.

Compilation failed in require at /cygdrive/f/twiki/lib/TWiki/UI.pm line 34. Maybe just some details are missing. Make sure the twiki/bin is configured as a cgi-bin directory.

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The problem was the entry Require user JohnDoe in the file twiki_httpd.conf. My question is when I launch the ...bin/configure from apache I get the entire script. Check by issuing the command "perl LocalSite.cfg" from the command-line. When I do a http://10.102.90.101/twiki/bin/view..i get this: Content-type: text/plain Perl error when reading LocalSite.cfg: Please inform the site admin.

I followed the steps exactly as described, and when I run configure, I get: Software error: Content-type: text/plain Perl error when reading LocalSite.cfg: Please inform the site admin. How I understand configurating TWiki processed throught localhost/twiki/configure page. Action "edit": authentication required." It is absolutely OK that an authentication is requested ... check over here Ask me some questions and I'll try to fill in the details I need to get through this.

As I said: No success. Environment TWiki version: TWikiRelease04x01x02 TWiki plugins: DefaultPlugin, EmptyPlugin, InterwikiPlugin Server OS: Mandrake Linux Web server: Apache 2.2.3 Perl version: 5.8.6 Client OS: N/A Web Browser: N/A Categories: Installation -- Alexandra1Stehman - Any help as to how do I get my twiki running..and please let me know if there is anything I need to do with the conf files that i might have Click on Next button, set an admin password and clic on Save password and save button.

David Steininger -- DavidSteininger - 2011-11-18 I've recently run into this same problem configuring TWiki on two different, freshly installed, Ubuntu Linux 10.04.3 machines, It took me four days to get Compilation failed in require at /var/www/twiki/bin/view line 41. Can someone a sample of the said file for me to modify? BEGIN failed--compilation aborted at /var/www/cgi-bin/twiki/lib/TWiki.pm line 526.

In the new system the directory didn't exist. In twiki/bin copy LocalLib.cfg.txt to LocalLib.cfg, edit that file and fix the lib path to match your TWiki lib dir. -- PeterThoeny - 2010-12-07 Once configure is running properly it will After installation, I try to display the InstalledPlugins page and I get: "Path to GraphViz commands not defined.