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Feature #315

Missing .htaccess

Added by Carlos Vargas almost 10 years ago. Updated over 9 years ago.

Status:
Rejected - Abandoned
Priority:
Normal
Assignee:
-
Category:
-
Target version:
Start date:
03/12/2009
Due date:
% Done:

0%

Estimated time:
Complexity:
Normal
SCRUM pts - complexity:
?

Description

Please put some love for debian based boxes, an .htaccess or at least some installation instructions in the installation guide would be cool

file: .htaccess
php_value error_reporting 6135

Blessings!
Please put some love for debian based boxes, an .htaccess or at least some installation instructions in the installation guide would be cool

file: .htaccess
php_value error_reporting 6135

Blessings!

History

#1

Updated by Carlos Vargas almost 10 years ago

Actualizado por Yannick Warnier hace 7 meses

Comment

Installation instructions for what? For Debian?
#2
Actualizado por Julio Montoya hace 3 meses

  • Estado changed from Assigned to More info needed * Asignado a deleted * Prioridad changed from Normal to Low * Versión prevista changed from 1.8.6 SVN to 1.8.7

Comment

We need more info here
#3
Actualizado por Fernando P. García hace 3 meses

Comment

When I installed Dokeos in my GNU/Debian box i had to create an .htaccess file with the following line:
php_value error_reporting 6135

Some people will argue to not use .htaccess because of performance, but many other people using shared hosting have not chance to avoid it. I suggest to include a section in the Installation Manual of Dokeos for those who use .htaccess explicitly. So they will have an .htaccess template as reference for installing Dokeos trouble less.

Blessings!
#4
Actualizado por Yannick Warnier hace 3 meses

Comment

To be precise, Fernando, we can effectively add error_reporting values to the installation guide, but we don't understand why it would be necessary. These settings should be configured inside the php.ini by default.
Specifically, 6135 means error + warning but not notice (between other things), and if we put an erorr_reporting, it means we are changing the default behaviour (and we only address the people for which .htaccess are enabled).

Not sure/convinced this is actually a good thing.

Will put this feature request on hold until more people ask for it (by posting here).

#2

Updated by Yannick Warnier over 9 years ago

  • Status changed from New to Rejected - Abandoned

Rejected for lack of precision. We love Debian (just in case)

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