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Version 4 (modified by dmorton, 14 years ago) (diff)

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Development after RC5 started using Smarty templates, which need to compile templates into an intermediate form. Thus the web server needs to have access rights to themes/*/compiled in order to make a web page to display. The easiest, though least secure, way to do this is to: chmod 777 themes/*/compiled

A more correct way is to do something similar to what is done for the template permisions.

  chgrp amavis themes/*/compiled
  chmod 775 themes/*/compiled

Then, if your web server user is "www", add that user to your "amavis" group:

  usermod -G amavis www

Another potential cause was just discovered: Suse 10 has a default include path that doesn't have the current directory in the path. Make sure your php.ini has both "." and your pear libs included:

include_path = ".:/usr/share/php"