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404 on /jforum/forums/list.page just after installing

 
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Just installed JForum 2.1.6. Everything seems to go fine during the installation wizard (tables are created in the database) but after installation, I get a 404 on .../jforum/forums/list.page when trying to access jforum.

Any idea on what could be causing that?

I am using Tomcat 5.5 on CentOs.

Tx,
~Fran̤ois

Update :
Tried the same thing on my windows laptop and it works.


[originally posted on jforum.net by fbeauregard]
 
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Hi

I have the same problem when I try it today...

My Tomcat :5.5.16
Database : MySQL
JForum version:2.1.6
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Tomcat 5.5.16 have serious bugs, that prevent JForum of working correctly.

Downgrade or upgrade to 5.5.17 is necessary.

Rafael
[originally posted on jforum.net by Rafael Steil]
 
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Thank you very much!
[originally posted on jforum.net by yeats]
 
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Another idea: when I had the same error, after I discovered that my JForum Tomcat's context was not setted up! Try it! ;)
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Rafael Steil wrote:Tomcat 5.5.16 have serious bugs, that prevent JForum of working correctly.

Downgrade or upgrade to 5.5.17 is necessary.

Rafael



Upgraded to 5.5.17. Now, I cannot even see the install page. I get a 404 on /jforum/install/install.page
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Hello everyone,

I am having the same problem, and really i have no clue of what is going on?

Anyone has solved this yet?

Thanks a lot

P.D. I have JForum in a directory inside my web app (myapp/JForum)
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Hi,

I had the same pb (on windows xp) and ugrading tomcat to 5.5.17 did the job for me.

Regards,
Jean.
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Same problem on 5.5.16 on CentOS. Dumbly tried different things for about 7 times. Always a 404:

type Status report

message

description The requested resource () is not available.

Also same happened when I first migrated this site from Wdinows hosting to CentOS Linux. I suspect some issue with Linux. Has anyone run JForum on Linux? What distro?

TimJowers

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Hi,

i have jforum running on centos 4.3 with tomcat 5.5.9 and postgressql 8.1.

Regards,
Jean.
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:?:
[originally posted on jforum.net by jnw777]
 
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