The following issue is related to BackTrack 5 GNOME 32-bit (good MD5 match) running on a HP EliteBook 8740w with 8GB of RAM.
I get a dead page (Apache calls out "Unable to connect: Firefox can't establish a connection to the server at localhost:9876") when starting Xplico with the following command "/etc/init.d/apache2 restart && sleep 4 && /opt/xplico/bin/xplico start && echo '' && echo '--------------- READ ME ------------------' && echo 'WARNING: Apache2 server started. You will have to stop it
*MANUALLY*, if you no longer need the service.' && echo '--------------- READ ME ------------------' && echo '' && firefox http://localhost:9876 & 1>/dev/null 2>&1 && read" [stolen and modified from BT4r2 menu].
The following steps have been taken to fix (stolen from the Xplico installation Wiki):
cp /opt/xplico/cfg/apache_xi /ect/apache2/sites-enabled/xplico
Edit /etc/apache2/ports.conf to add the following lines --
# Xplico Host Port
Modifiy the permissions of /opt/xplico/cfg to be read/write for the Apache webserver.
chmod 0777 /opt/xplico/cfg
Edit /etc/php5/apache2/php.ini and change the values of post_max and upload_max to the following --
post_max_size = 100M
upload_max_filesize = 100M
Enable several modes for Apache --
The big problem is..."a2enmod php5-sqlite" reports back "ERROR: Module php5-sqlite does not exist!" Running "apt-get install php5-sqlite" reports back "php5-sqlite is already the newest version." Xplico needs php5-sqlite to render its pages. I have tried a forced reinstall and still the same a2enmod errors. Suggestions? I hope this isn't just me being retarded. Thanks in advance.
You guys ROCK!!! I just did a "apt-get update && apt-get dist-upgrade" and Xplico works perfectly (this is for Gnome 32-bit). Sneaky little elves...sneaky. Love you guys. Thanks.
Have an OUTSTANDING day!
Last edited by qhent; 06-01-2011 at 06:10 PM.