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Several bugs in OpenGoo 1.5.3
« on: September 24, 2009, 06:30:26 pm »
In OpenGoo 1.5.3, since several updates and a server move, my current OpenGoo installation is starting to freak very much.

Problem 1) When clicking on eg. documents, I get the following message on the top of my screen. This also happens sometimes with other functions.
Error 500: Internal Server Error

Problem 2) Emails aren't deleted. The server keeps on downloading all the mails over and over again, flooding my inbox. Messages aren't deleted/marked as already downloaded, after downloading them into OpenGoo.
This problem occurs both by pop3 as imap and both on a regular mail server as on gmail accounts (tested).

Problem 3) When opening older documents, created in opengoo itself, as .html file, I always get the following error message:
We are sorry, but OpenGoo is not currently able to execute your request. An Error Report has been sent to the administrator.
Debug info:
File 'afd6bc4fc4dcf28b6db2d3c1276589d1d5d4c323' can not be found in the repository
=> I have never deleted any files like this...

Downloading doesn't work neither.

Are there user right problems or chmod problems?
And how to fix them?
Or is this normal?

Problem 4) New, only just now encountered this:
Fatal error: Call to a member function getUsername() on a non-object in /home/intranet/domains/ on line 1147

Permissions of the following folders are 777 /cache, /config, /tmp, /upload, /public/files
User account rights are the same as the default webhosting user, or should they be httpd or something like that?

Thank you very very very much!

Love OpenGoo!

Debug log:
#1 ERROR: Error: mkdir() [<a href='function.mkdir'>function.mkdir</a>]: File exists in '/home/intranet/domains/' on line 232 (error code: 2)

#2 ERROR: Error: rename(/home/intranet/domains/,/home/intranet/domains/ [<a href='function.rename'>function.rename</a>]: Permission denied in '/home/intranet/domains/' on line 520 (error code: 2)
« Last Edit: September 24, 2009, 06:47:56 pm by Crebezze »


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Re: Several bugs in OpenGoo 1.5.3
« Reply #1 on: September 28, 2009, 03:20:10 pm »
Problem fixed by chown-ing the uploads folder to apache user.