Hi Oliver,

Did you already have a look on Bacula-Web ?
It should work fine with PHP5 on FreeBSD 8.0.


Best regards


Hi all!
> I have FreeBSD 8.0 with bacula 3.0.2 as a backup server. The only thing
> which works so far is the webmin module. That's fine and useful but the
> reporting is a bit too simple.
> Thus I tried bweb and bacula-web and had a look at webacula.
> I got bacula-gui-5.0.3 and did what the README told me.
> bweb wants a bunch of perl modules. I installed them via the CPAN
> shell.
> But all I get is this:
> Error:  Can't locate GD/Graph.pm in @INC (@INC
> contains: /usr/local/lib/perl5/5.8.9/BSDPAN ....
> Next I set up apache2.2 and php5 in order to run bacula-web. After a
> while it turned out that php4 is needed ;-( So I removed php5 and
> installed php4. Everything via ports collection, except apache which
> comes from sysinstall.
> There is a test.php. It runs and shows me that all prerequisites are
> OK. Still the index.php does not. FF always offers to make a download
> of that file. apache modules are there, php.ini looks good,
> bacula-web.conf as well.
> info.php shows:
> PHP Version 4.4.9
> Apache/2.2.16 (FreeBSD) mod_ssl/2.2.16 OpenSSL/0.9.8k DAV/2 PHP/4.4.9
> with Suhosin-Patch
> and so on. Looks sane.
> I read the doc of webacula. php5 is needed and it seems to be more for
> actually doing backups and restores rather than reporting. So I didn't
> try it yet.
> Any suggestions are appreciated! Maybe there is a tool I am not aware of
> which suits my needs? bweb looks most promising though. Has anybody got
> it running on FreeBSD?
> Thanx,
> Oliver
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