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ekieke
01-21-2004, 09:09 AM
I'm a complete beginner, so I want to start by aplogizing for asking (or re-asking) questions that might seem completely obvious to many members. OK, with that out of the way, here's my problem:

I would like to use phpdig as the search engine for a site I'm creating, but I can't seem to get started. I've downloaded the file and unzipped it, but when I browse to install.php, I get the following error: "Unable to find connect.php file."

I've also tried to follow the instructions to do the manual installation, but after I enter the "#mysql phpdig < [PHPDIG_DIR]/sql/init_db.sql" command, I get the following error: "ERROR 1044: Access denied for user: '@localhost' to database 'phpdig'"

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Charter
01-21-2004, 10:34 AM
Hi. The code that produces the "Unable to find connect.php file" error is the following:

if (is_file("$relative_script_path/includes/connect.php")) {
include "$relative_script_path/includes/connect.php";
}
else {
die("Unable to find connect.php file.\n");
}

Check that there is a connect.php file in the includes directory.

The second error you list is because no username/password has been passed in the command. Try the following instead:

mysql -u USERNAME -pPASSWORD DATABASE < FILENAME.sql

ekieke
01-21-2004, 11:09 AM
Thanks for the quick response Charter.

Sure enough, there was not a connect.php file in the includes directory, so I made a copy of the _connect.php file that was in the directory and renamed it connect.php. Now I get a different error when I try to hit install.php: "Unable to connect to database : Check the connection script. "

As for the second suggestion, I included a username/password in the command, as you suggested. It spit out a bunch of lines of output that seem to be a user's guide of sorts, but it still didn't create any tables in the phpdig db. As far as I can tell, the user I'm using has all the necessary priveleges to create tables, so I don't think that's the problem.

Charter
01-21-2004, 11:20 AM
Hi. Keep both _connect.php and connect.php in the includes directory, and then call the install.php script.

ekieke
01-21-2004, 11:25 AM
Actually, that's what I did ("Keep both _connect.php and connect.php in the includes directory"). I may not have made that clear in my last post...

Charter
01-21-2004, 12:04 PM
Hi, I see the problem. I changed some things around and now, unless connect.php is configured beforehand, PhpDig will throw an error. I'll need to redo this aspect, but in the meantime, just manually configure connect.php so that your database information is in the file.