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Horde problem

Discussion in 'cPanel Developers' started by Taoron, Nov 9, 2003.

  1. Taoron

    Taoron Member

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    When trying to login to Horde to check email, users get:

    Notice: Undefined index: calendar in /usr/local/cpanel/base/horde/kronolith/lib/base.php on line 72

    Notice: Undefined index: calendar in /usr/local/cpanel/base/horde/kronolith/lib/base.php on line 72

    Warning: Failed opening '/usr/local/cpanel/base/horde/kronolith/lib/Driver/.php' for inclusion (include_path='/usr/local/cpanel/3rdparty/lib/php/:.') in /usr/local/cpanel/base/horde/kronolith/lib/Driver.php on line 68
    A fatal error has occurred:

    Unable to load the definition of Kronolith_Driver_.

    [line 73 of /usr/local/cpanel/base/horde/kronolith/lib/Driver.php]

    Details have been logged for the administrator.

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    Now, I have ran the following to try to remedy:

    /scripts/fullhordereset
    /scripts/hordereset
    /scripts/fixeverything
    /scripts/fixwebmail

    Nothing seems to fix it.

    Specs:
    WHM 8.5.4 cPanel 8.5.4-R7
    RedHat 9 - WHM X v2.1.1

    Brand new install- last Tuesday AM.

    NOC suspects a changed hostname issue. person who set server up named server "escaped0001." and we changed it to "escaped001.escaped.net" later on.

    I can't think of any other details, other than this has never worked in this install.
     
  2. Duncan

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    Actually I had the very same problem on one of my servers.

    In my case the problem was that the config files of each Horde module was set to 600 root:root, instead of 644 cpanel:cpanel.
    By changing the conf.php in each module directory (in most cases name/config/conf.php) to chmod 644 and chown cpanel:cpanel the issue got fixed.
     
  3. Taoron

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    Interesting. This fixed the problem. Why does it install it this way? I mean.. it was a new server and it gave the error right from the start. Anyhow, I am grateful you replied. I didn't think it was too common, but I know before my server crashed it hadn't had a problem.
     
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    Yup,
    very same issue here as well -> no problem upgrading existing copies of CPanel, but it occured on a server where the latest CPanel was installed from scratch.

    I have no idea why it installs this way, but it seems to be an issue worth a bug-report.
     
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