Installing WebDAV server
fnautaNO at SPAMsolfon.nl
Fri Sep 2 15:21:03 EDT 2011
"becky_lewis" <bex.lewis at gmail.com> wrote in message
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On Sep 2, 1:19 pm, "Fokke Nauta" <fnaut... at SPAMsolfon.nl> wrote:
> "Dennis Lee Bieber" <wlfr... at ix.netcom.com> wrote in
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> > On Thu, 1 Sep 2011 12:30:43 +0200, "Fokke Nauta"
> > <fnaut... at SPAMsolfon.nl> declaimed the following in
> > gmane.comp.python.general:
> >> "Dennis Lee Bieber" <wlfr... at ix.netcom.com> wrote in message
> >>news:mailman.643.1314851358.27778.python-list at python.org...
> >> > Next, if you'd read further and didn't take the comment as the
> >> > instruction. set
> >> > firstrun=1
> >> I did
> >> > to tell the server this is the first time it is being run - IT WILL
> >> > create the database table (after the first start, reset the flag to 0
> >> > to
> >> > speed up later runs).
> >> It didn't create the table. The database kept empty.
> > Odd -- but then, I'm not running it myself, and wasn't up to reading
> > all the code to see what path it takes.
> It's only for experimenting with calendar software, so authorization is
> a point.
> So I forget about MySQL.
> >> > Later in the config file set
> >> > mysql_auth=1
> >> > to enable the use of MySQL, and set the admin user/password to what
> >> > you
> >> > plan to have it use.
> >> I did
> >> > You probably want to set
> >> > daemonize=1
> >> > (maybe after first run)
> >> I left this to 0.
> >> > Oh, and don't forget to set the main data directory and any
> >> > port/host changes.
> >> I left host and port as they were. The main directory is e:\wwwroot
> >> > Start the server - it should connect to MySQL, create the table, and
> >> > add the admin user to the table.
> >> I started the server with server.py (in
> >> D:\Python27\WebDAV\PyWebDAV\DAVServer) -D e:/wwwroot -m -c config.ini
> > If the main directory is already in the config file, you probably
> > don't need to specify it on the command line...
> > And... could there be
> > something in the code where overriding the directory by command line
> > changes where it looks for the config file? (Just guessing at this
> > point).
> I tried this:
> server.py -n -c config.ini
> Once again, the server is up and running and when I am logging in with my
> browser (10.0.0.140:8081) I can see information showing up at the command
> prompt, showing somebody is logging is, but the same error:
> "fshandler:get_data: \Webdav not found". During starting up the server
> mentioned: "pywebdav:Serving data from \Webdav".
> In the config file it says:
> "# main directory
> directory = \Webdav"
> Perhaps my Python configuration is at fault.
Is the path supposed to be absolute? In which case you'd need to have:
instead of just
To no avail.
It didn.t make any difference.
I surely believe my WebDAV installation is at fault.
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