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Install fails due to dbconfig.inc.php permissions

I have installed ocsinventory-ng and cannot get past the configuration.

There are no errors (checked logs).

I goto localhost/ocsreports, fill in db user, pasword, ensure db is correct and proceed to next step

I get ERROR: can't write in directory (on dbconfig.inc.php), please set the required rights in order to install ocsinventory (you should remove the write mode after the installation is successfull)

I googled and found a full file / folder permissions listing at:

http://wiki.ocsinventory-ng.org/index.php/Documentation:Errors#upload_max_filesize_and_post_max_size.

I manually verified permissions of each file and folder listed.

I restarted mysqld and httpd, went back to localhost/ocsreports, filled sql user and password, and it errors again staing file permissions are incorrect.

How do I move past t his?

I am using Centos 6.5 x64 , php5.6 and apache2

 

 

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2 Answers

+2 votes
You just discover selinux et why there is RPM package :)

Your problem is normal. I think you php 5.6 is from Remi Collet repository, then use this repository to install OCS Inventory NG with yum.

Another thing : PHP 5.6 was release one month ago. We never try if ocsreports work on it. Then use the standard version of PHP that give OCS and not other version.
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kapouik-

Thanks so much for the assistance.  After a bit more reading, and ensuring the remi repository would not mess up my Centos server, I was able to install and access OCSinventory fine.
+1 vote

Hi,

I have had the same problem. For solve my problem, I disabled SElinux with the commands :

# vim etc/selinux/config
 
# This file controls the state of SELinux on the system.
# SELINUX= can take one of these three values:
#     enforcing - SELinux security policy is enforced.
#     permissive - SELinux prints warnings instead of enforcing.
#     disabled - No SELinux policy is loaded.

SELINUX= disabled

# shutdown -r now
 
I am using Centos 7, php5.4 and httpd
 
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