have you used locate or any other utility to make sure you only have one Zope 
installed, like "locate zope.conf" ?

Thomas

On Friday 11 April 2008 15:14, Wes Modes wrote:
> Better yet, here's a more informative debug output.  It tells me that
> zope thinks this is a new instance.  Though the old database is it place
> right where it should expect to see it.
>
>     [EMAIL PROTECTED] zope]# bin/zopectl debug*
>     Starting debugger (the name "app" is bound to the top-level Zope
> object) 2008-04-11 12:04:05 WARNING Init Class
>     Products.HappySession.HappySession.HappySession has a security
>     declaration for nonexistent method 'manage_menu'
>     [snipped a bunch of warnings...]
>
>     *>>> import Zope, ZPublisher*
>
>     *>>> ZPublisher.Zope('')*
>
>     Status: 200 OK
>     X-Powered-By: Zope (www.zope.org), Python (www.python.org)
>     Content-Length: 4066
>     Content-Type: text/html
>
>     [snipped a bunch of html and helpful info]
>     Zope Quick Start
>     You have not created any users in this Zope instance.  In order to
>     log in and manage this Zope instance, you'll need to add an
>     adminstrative
>     user account.
>
>     If you're running Zope on UNIX or Linux, you can create an
>     administrative
>     user account via the "zopectl adduser" command from a shell.
>     <b>Note: You'll
>     need to shut Zope itself down before "zopectl adduser" will work.
>     Restart
>     Zope after executing this command in order to log in.</b>
>
>     WARNING: you are running Zope 2.8.X with python 2.4.X, this is not a
>     supported
>     combination. Don't file bugreports or ask for support on zope.org.
>     ____________________________________________________________
>
>
>
> And apparently, I'm running 2.8.7 not 2.7.2 as I thought.  And I'm not
> supposted to ask you for help.  Help!
>
> W.
>
> > Dieter Maurer wrote:
> >> Dieter Maurer wrote at 2008-4-11 19:13 +0200:
> >>> Wes Modes wrote at 2008-4-10 21:04 -0700:
> >>>> I upgraded to Zope 2.7.2 and all of my content can't be seen by Zope.
> >>>> Honestly I'm not sure what the previous version I was running was (nor
> >>>> am I sure how to find out).
> >>>>
> >>>> Now, every page results in
> >>>>
> >>>> Site Error
> >>>> An error was encountered while publishing this resource.
> >>>> Resource not found
> >>>> Sorry, the requested resource does not exist.
> >>>> Check the URL and try again.
> >>>> Resource: Zope GET
> >>>
> >>> Difficult problems can be analyzed in interactive Python
> >>> sessions.
> >>>
> >>> Under *nix, you start such a session with "bin/zopectl debug"
> >>> (under Windows, this does not work but there are alternatives).
> >>>
> >>>    from request import getRequest
> >>>    request = getRequest()
> >>>    obj = request.traverse('pathpart_of_your_url')
> >>>    obj()
> >>>
> >>> If authentication is required, you use
> >>>
> >>>    from request import getAuthRequest
> >>>    request = getAuthRequest(user, password)
> >>>    ....
> >>>
> >>> If there are problems, you use "pdb.pm()" (or "dm.pdb.zpbd.pm()"
> >>> for better Zope support) to analyse them.
> >>
> >> I forgot. You can download "request.py" from
> >>
> >>   http://www.dieter.handshake.de/pyprojects/zope/request.py
> >>
> >>
> >> In order to get rid of a deprecation warning, you must replace "Zope"
> >> with "Zope2".
> >
> > --
> >
> > Wes Modes
> > Server Administrator & Programmer Analyst
> > McHenry Library
> > Computing & Network Services
> > Information and Technology Services
> > 459-5208
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