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Everything looks good in the secrets.php file you included below. I would
suggest running the secrets.php script from the command line using the php
command line interpreter:
Any problems in it would then be reported.
Also, just to be sure, you are talking about secrets.php and not
On Sunday November 13, 2011, Mani Shafa'atDoost wrote:
> When I run testsetup.php, I just receive following errors:
> Error: fopen(http://localhost/vcl/testsetup.php?includesecretstest=1):
> failed to open stream: Permission denied
> PHP version: 5.3.8
> Including .ht-inc/secrets.php ...
> - unable to include .ht-inc/secrets.php - this is probably due to a
> syntax error in .ht-inc/secrets.php
> - skipping tests for contents of .ht-inc/secrets.php
> Including .ht-inc/conf.php ...
> - cannot include .ht-inc/conf.php when including of .ht-inc/secrets.php
> Testing for required php extensions ...
> - All required modules are installed
> Testing mcrypt ...
> - Cannot test encryption without $mcryptkey and $mcryptiv from
> checking openssl encryption keys ...
> - Cannot test private key file without $pemkey from .ht-inc/secrets.php
> - successfully created public key from public key file
> Testing openssl encryption ...
> - cannot test encryption without a valid private key
> Testing for existance of dojo directory ...
> - dojo directory exists
> - dojo directory is readable
> Checking value of PHP display_errors ...
> - display_errors: *disabled*
> - NOTE: Displaying errors in a production system is a security risk;
> while getting VCL up and running, having them displayed makes debugging
> a little easier. Edit your php.ini file to modify this setting.
> my secrets.php file is like this:
> $vclhost = 'localhost'; # name of mysql server
> $vcldb = 'vcl'; # name of mysql database
> $vclusername = 'mani'; # username to access database
> $vclpassword = 'mani'; # password to access database
> $mcryptkey = 'password'; # random password - won't ever have to type it so
> make it long
> $mcryptiv = '12345678'; // must be 8 hex chars
> $pemkey = 'password'; # random passphrase - same as given to genkeys.sh -
> should be long
> can you guide me, what should i do to fix this file?
> Best Regards
North Carolina State University
my GPG/PGP key can be found at pgp.mit.edu
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