On 14.10.05 13:40:02, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> I installed Zope2.7 and created an instance home in /var/lib/zope2.7/instance
> But whenever I try to run a instance by using "runzope" in
> /var/lib/zope2.7/instance/, I will get the following error: ------------------
> -bash: runzope: command not found.
Please read the documentation for zope (found in
/usr/share/doc/zope2.7) and maybe also an introduction to Linux systems.
Your shell cannot find the runzope script, as there is none in the
> Whenever I try to run the server on the instance, I ll get the following
I guess you mean running /etc/init.d/zope27 start? Hmm, no you probably
mean zopectl start... The Debian package is set up to start all
instances in /var/lib/zope2.7/instance when starting zope via
/etc/init.d/zope2.7 start. The runzope and zopectl scripts are useful if
you want to up/down a specific instance among a list of instances...
> failed: missing required path(/var/lib/zop/cgi-bin/default)
That looks like a screwed setup. Did you remove any old stuff from the
zope 2.6 package you installed before? Do a dpkg -P zope and also check
that there is no /etc/init.d/zope, no /etc/zope/ directory and no
And I also hope that you used mkzope2.7instance to create the instance.
> Waiting instances in late: donae
Hmm, that looks like the instance got up, can you browse to
localhost:9673 and see the zope page?
PS: I just did a apt-get install zope2.7 followed by a mkzope2.7instance
and a /etc/init.d/zope2.7 start and can browse the fresh zope instance.
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