You're missing the MySQL Python bindings needed. SQLite is a different
database type. You'll want to re-install for the correct database type after
reading the section in the installation docs about the MySQL support.
As for the 403, can you provide the Apache configuration?
Christian Hammond - chip...@chipx86.com
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On Wed, Jan 6, 2010 at 1:58 PM, Sassan <sassan...@verifone.com> wrote:
> Another piece of information ....
> I am using MySQL Server 5.1 but during rb-site install dialogue I was
> only given the following option:
> * What database type will you be using?
> You can type either the name or the number from the list below.
> (1) sqlite3
> which I selected and it seemed to have installed successfully.
> Is this not right?
> On Jan 6, 3:43 pm, Sassan <sassan...@verifone.com> wrote:
> > Another installation issue ...
> > I am getting an HTTP 403 Forbidden message when openinghttp://localhost/
> > which I thought was due to insufficient permissions but I could be
> > wrong.
> > I have already granted full access to "everyone" for "htdocs/media/
> > uploaded" directory as well as the "db" directory but it is not
> > working.
> > I also tried creating a new user for the apache service thinking it
> > may have difficulty with LocalSystem account under which the default
> > installation was running.
> > Does anyone have any suggestions ?
> > Thanks,
> > Sassan
> > .
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