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when i install JForum2.1.7.
it show this error::
Please give write access for the user who is running the webserver to the file 'index.htm' and for the directory 'WEB-INF/config' and its subdirectories before continuing.

but i don't know which user is running the webserver .
and how set the permission for "index.htm".

now ..who know it..
can you tell me?

thanks everybody~!
[originally posted on jforum.net by c.code]
 
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please refer to this post
https://coderanch.com/t/576949
[originally posted on jforum.net by andowson]
 
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Thanks. andowson
but i think i have a mistake.
my environment is window 2003 + jdk1.5 + tomcat5.5.
you see ...
the jforum can running on it?

I'm sorry for my expression..my english is't well..
[originally posted on jforum.net by c.code]
 
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See https://coderanch.com/t/576958 #14432 (which is an expanded version of the one andowson referred you to..)
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Thanks...
I will try it again....

[originally posted on jforum.net by c.code]
 
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OH...
I will crazy....
I try it again but failed...
.....
show the same error...
....
but i give it the read and write permission..
..
And I don't know a little...
..
That's it have not a "__index.redirect" file in the package jforum-2.1.7 which i download.
....
Frist..I work on window2003server.
but i don't know which user running the appweb server..
so i have not add the permission with the file.
..

[originally posted on jforum.net by c.code]
 
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Thank you everybody....
...
I success for install the jforum.
thanks..
..
and that is my mistake...
....
i have not take a file"_index.redriect" on the web rootdirectory.
...
now .it's Ok....
..but .
...i use the admin account enter the jforum
..it dones't...

[originally posted on jforum.net by c.code]
 
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OK..

I haved enter..
..
Thanks
[originally posted on jforum.net by c.code]
 
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Hi all,
I've just installed jforum 2.1.17 on tomcat 5.5.12 and MySql 4.1.12
Il try to access to the forum http://localhost/jforum-2.1.7/forums/list.page
but the following is displayed on the screen:




In tomcat console the following error is diplayed:




Any suggestion?

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Probably I found the problem
mySql variables are:

"character_set_client","utf8"
"character_set_connection","utf8"
"character_set_database","utf8"
"character_set_results","utf8"
"character_set_server","latin1"
"character_set_system","utf8"
"character_sets_dir","/usr/share/mysql/charsets/"
"collation_connection","utf8_general_ci"
"collation_database","utf8_general_ci"
"collation_server","latin1_swedish_ci"
"concurrent_insert","ON"
"connect_timeout","5"

I think that the problem is due to "collation_server","latin1_swedish_ci" and
"character_set_server","latin1"

So it's necessary change collation_server and chart set server variable to UTF-8?

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Yes .
I thank so.

and now .
how about you jforum?

do you success?
[originally posted on jforum.net by c.code]
 
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I saw this happen for some users in the past, and I'm trying to remember what it was.

For now, you can take a look at this google search. It may help you.

Rafael
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haha....
....
I used to use the google.com or baidu.com for study!
That is well for study!
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i had the same problem, and after about five million hours of trying everything and cursing at jforum i made it work

i added this to the database.connection.string:
&connectionCollation\=utf8_general_ci

i did it in SystemGlobals.properties and in jforum-custom.conf and in mysql.properties, because i dont understand the difference between all those configuration files please make jforum 3 easier to install!!! otherwise it's great
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Thanks very much to Monroe!I've fixed my problem according to your dicrection.
I use the version2.1.7 and encountered the same problem as c.code.Just copy the file "__index.redirect" to the root directory of the forum.The file can be found in the version2.1.6.
[originally posted on jforum.net by CarlElit]
 
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I had to re-create the database jforum. I used the following:

CREATE DATABASE jforum DEFAULT CHARACTER SET utf8;

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