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I can't get Lasso 9.2.3-1 installed and working on Mac OS X v10.7 Lion Server

Carl Ketterling
I don't install Lasso enough to have a good understanding of what goes
where, so I'm asking for help on a new installation:


I have a new system with Mac OS X v10.7 Lion Server installed.

I set it up with a static IP and enabled Web Server in the Server application.

I downloaded Lasso-Server-with-Instance-Manager-9.2.3-1.zip and installed it.

After installation, I saw the following message:
    To open "java," you need a Java runtime.
    Would you like to install one now?
I chose to install.

Now with the resulting web page that says that the installation was
successful, both the link to Instance Manager (localhost/lasso9/
instancemanager) and the link to Admin (localhost/lasso9/Admin) return
"404 Not Found"

I've looked through the previous emails about Lion installation, and
from what I can tell, everything mentioned should have been included in
the latest installer.  Does anyone have recommendations on what I should
do next?


Carl

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Re: I can't get Lasso 9.2.3-1 installed and working on Mac OS X v10.7 Lion Server

Jonathan Guthrie-3
Have you tried rebooting the machine post Java install?


On 2012-08-28, at 5:09 PM, Carl Ketterling <[hidden email]> wrote:

> I've looked through the previous emails about Lion installation, and
> from what I can tell, everything mentioned should have been included in
> the latest installer.  Does anyone have recommendations on what I should
> do next?

Jono

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Re: I can't get Lasso 9.2.3-1 installed and working on Mac OS X v10.7 Lion Server

Carl Ketterling
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>Have you tried rebooting the machine post Java install?

You're suggesting rebooting and then trying to access the admin or
instance manager pages?  I've done that ... no change.  I'm sure in all
my testing, I've even tried removing (using the Uninstall... utility)
and reinstalling.

Unfortunately, I don't know where to start troubleshooting.

Carl


In response to this text from Carl Ketterling ([hidden email]) sent on
Tuesday, August 28, 2012 at 4:09 PM (-0500):

>I don't install Lasso enough to have a good understanding of what goes
>where, so I'm asking for help on a new installation:
>
>
>I have a new system with Mac OS X v10.7 Lion Server installed.
>
>I set it up with a static IP and enabled Web Server in the Server
application.

>
>I downloaded Lasso-Server-with-Instance-Manager-9.2.3-1.zip and installed it.
>
>After installation, I saw the following message:
>    To open "java," you need a Java runtime.
>    Would you like to install one now?
>I chose to install.
>
>Now with the resulting web page that says that the installation was
>successful, both the link to Instance Manager (localhost/lasso9/
>instancemanager) and the link to Admin (localhost/lasso9/Admin) return
>"404 Not Found"
>
>I've looked through the previous emails about Lion installation, and
>from what I can tell, everything mentioned should have been included in
>the latest installer.  Does anyone have recommendations on what I should
>do next?
>
>
>Carl

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Re: I can't get Lasso 9.2.3-1 installed and working on Mac OS X v10.7 Lion Server

Marc Vos
Did you do anything out of the ordinary (Apple's standards that change every time are the 'ordinary') to Lion Server?
The webserver's root path ahs change, fro example, into: /library/server/web/data/sites/

I setup such a server and installed Lasso 9.1 without problems after installing Java (so it just might that 9.2.3's installer is different)

- -
Marc

On 30 aug. 2012, at 16:46, Carl Ketterling <[hidden email]> wrote:

>> Have you tried rebooting the machine post Java install?
>
> You're suggesting rebooting and then trying to access the admin or
> instance manager pages?  I've done that ... no change.  I'm sure in all
> my testing, I've even tried removing (using the Uninstall... utility)
> and reinstalling.
>
> Unfortunately, I don't know where to start troubleshooting.
>
> Carl
>
>
> In response to this text from Carl Ketterling ([hidden email]) sent on
> Tuesday, August 28, 2012 at 4:09 PM (-0500):
>
>> I don't install Lasso enough to have a good understanding of what goes
>> where, so I'm asking for help on a new installation:
>>
>>
>> I have a new system with Mac OS X v10.7 Lion Server installed.
>>
>> I set it up with a static IP and enabled Web Server in the Server
> application.
>>
>> I downloaded Lasso-Server-with-Instance-Manager-9.2.3-1.zip and installed it.
>>
>> After installation, I saw the following message:
>>   To open "java," you need a Java runtime.
>>   Would you like to install one now?
>> I chose to install.
>>
>> Now with the resulting web page that says that the installation was
>> successful, both the link to Instance Manager (localhost/lasso9/
>> instancemanager) and the link to Admin (localhost/lasso9/Admin) return
>> "404 Not Found"
>>
>> I've looked through the previous emails about Lion installation, and
>> from what I can tell, everything mentioned should have been included in
>> the latest installer.  Does anyone have recommendations on what I should
>> do next?
>>
>>
>> Carl
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Re: I can't get Lasso 9.2.3-1 installed and working on Mac OS X v10.7 Lion Server

Carl Ketterling
I tried to make this as generic as possible ... even restoring the
system to the original (which I backed up as soon as I'd gotten it) and
starting over.  So, the most limited number of steps possible so as not
to make that type of mistake.

Initial setup assistant (as you get with a new system).
Launch the Server application, and enable Web Server.
Download and install Lasso

Carl


In response to this text from Marc Vos ([hidden email]) sent on
Thursday, August 30, 2012 at 7:05 PM (+0200):

>Did you do anything out of the ordinary (Apple's standards that change
>every time are the 'ordinary') to Lion Server?
>The webserver's root path ahs change, fro example, into: /library/server/
>web/data/sites/
>
>I setup such a server and installed Lasso 9.1 without problems after
>installing Java (so it just might that 9.2.3's installer is different)
>
>- -
>Marc
>
>On 30 aug. 2012, at 16:46, Carl Ketterling <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
>>> Have you tried rebooting the machine post Java install?
>>
>> You're suggesting rebooting and then trying to access the admin or
>> instance manager pages?  I've done that ... no change.  I'm sure in all
>> my testing, I've even tried removing (using the Uninstall... utility)
>> and reinstalling.
>>
>> Unfortunately, I don't know where to start troubleshooting.
>>
>> Carl
>>
>>
>> In response to this text from Carl Ketterling ([hidden email]) sent on
>> Tuesday, August 28, 2012 at 4:09 PM (-0500):
>>
>>> I don't install Lasso enough to have a good understanding of what goes
>>> where, so I'm asking for help on a new installation:
>>>
>>>
>>> I have a new system with Mac OS X v10.7 Lion Server installed.
>>>
>>> I set it up with a static IP and enabled Web Server in the Server
>> application.
>>>
>>> I downloaded Lasso-Server-with-Instance-Manager-9.2.3-1.zip and
>installed it.
>>>
>>> After installation, I saw the following message:
>>>   To open "java," you need a Java runtime.
>>>   Would you like to install one now?
>>> I chose to install.
>>>
>>> Now with the resulting web page that says that the installation was
>>> successful, both the link to Instance Manager (localhost/lasso9/
>>> instancemanager) and the link to Admin (localhost/lasso9/Admin) return
>>> "404 Not Found"
>>>
>>> I've looked through the previous emails about Lion installation, and
>>> from what I can tell, everything mentioned should have been included in
>>> the latest installer.  Does anyone have recommendations on what I should
>>> do next?
>>>
>>>
>>> Carl
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Re: I can't get Lasso 9.2.3-1 installed and working on Mac OS X v10.7 Lion Server

Ke Carlton-3
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A 404 error suggests that the Lasso modules and conf files aren't being
loaded.

I would manually check your httpd.conf file to ensure that it's
automatically loading .conf files in the relevant folders. It should have a
line like this towards the end:

Include /private/etc/apache2/other/*.conf


ls -l /private/etc/apache2/other/ should contain mod_lasso9.conf — if not
or the folder doesn't exist maybe your running another version of apache or
it's configured differently...

Ke


On 28 August 2012 22:09, Carl Ketterling <[hidden email]> wrote:

>
> Now with the resulting web page that says that the installation was
> successful, both the link to Instance Manager (localhost/lasso9/
> instancemanager) and the link to Admin (localhost/lasso9/Admin) return
> "404 Not Found"
>
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Re: I can't get Lasso 9.2.3-1 installed and working on Mac OS X v10.7 Lion Server

Carl Ketterling
That's interesting (and I hadn't checked for that before) ... thanks.

By default, this is part of the httpd.conf file:

    <IfDefine !MACOSXSERVER>
        Include /etc/apache2/other/*.conf
    </IfDefine>

That certainly explains why it wasn't loading.

I made a quick change, and that has gotten me to the InstanceManager.

Thanks!

Carl


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Thursday, August 30, 2012 at 7:54 PM (+0100):

>A 404 error suggests that the Lasso modules and conf files aren't being
>loaded.
>
>I would manually check your httpd.conf file to ensure that it's
>automatically loading .conf files in the relevant folders. It should have a
>line like this towards the end:
>
>Include /private/etc/apache2/other/*.conf
>
>
>ls -l /private/etc/apache2/other/ should contain mod_lasso9.conf -- if not
>or the folder doesn't exist maybe your running another version of apache or
>it's configured differently...
>
>Ke
>
>
>On 28 August 2012 22:09, Carl Ketterling <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
>>
>> Now with the resulting web page that says that the installation was
>> successful, both the link to Instance Manager (localhost/lasso9/
>> instancemanager) and the link to Admin (localhost/lasso9/Admin) return
>> "404 Not Found"
>>
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Re: I can't get Lasso 9.2.3-1 installed and working on Mac OS X v10.7 Lion Server

Carl Ketterling
Everything works great now.  I can't believe it was that simple.

In response to this text from Carl Ketterling ([hidden email]) sent on
Thursday, August 30, 2012 at 2:19 PM (-0500):

>That's interesting (and I hadn't checked for that before) ... thanks.
>
>By default, this is part of the httpd.conf file:
>
>    <IfDefine !MACOSXSERVER>
>        Include /etc/apache2/other/*.conf
>    </IfDefine>
>
>That certainly explains why it wasn't loading.
>
>I made a quick change, and that has gotten me to the InstanceManager.
>
>Thanks!
>
>Carl
>
>
>In response to this text from Ke Carlton ([hidden email]) sent on
>Thursday, August 30, 2012 at 7:54 PM (+0100):
>
>>A 404 error suggests that the Lasso modules and conf files aren't being
>>loaded.
>>
>>I would manually check your httpd.conf file to ensure that it's
>>automatically loading .conf files in the relevant folders. It should have a
>>line like this towards the end:
>>
>>Include /private/etc/apache2/other/*.conf
>>
>>
>>ls -l /private/etc/apache2/other/ should contain mod_lasso9.conf -- if not
>>or the folder doesn't exist maybe your running another version of apache or
>>it's configured differently...
>>
>>Ke
>>
>>
>>On 28 August 2012 22:09, Carl Ketterling <[hidden email]> wrote:
>>
>>>
>>> Now with the resulting web page that says that the installation was
>>> successful, both the link to Instance Manager (localhost/lasso9/
>>> instancemanager) and the link to Admin (localhost/lasso9/Admin) return
>>> "404 Not Found"
>>>
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Re: I can't get Lasso 9.2.3-1 installed and working on Mac OS X v10.7 Lion Server

Randy Zumwalde
Hi Carl,

What quick change did you make here?
Did you change the path to /private/etc/apache2/other/*.conf

I'm having the same issue you had but still keep getting the 404 error.
I'm completely new to apache after using webstar for years.

Thanks,
Randy

On 8/30/12 4:19 PM, Carl Ketterling wrote:

> Everything works great now.  I can't believe it was that simple.
>
> In response to this text from Carl Ketterling ([hidden email]) sent on
> Thursday, August 30, 2012 at 2:19 PM (-0500):
>
>> That's interesting (and I hadn't checked for that before) ... thanks.
>>
>> By default, this is part of the httpd.conf file:
>>
>>     <IfDefine !MACOSXSERVER>
>>         Include /etc/apache2/other/*.conf
>>     </IfDefine>
>>
>> That certainly explains why it wasn't loading.
>>
>> I made a quick change, and that has gotten me to the InstanceManager.
>>
>> Thanks!
>>
>> Carl
>>
>>
>> In response to this text from Ke Carlton ([hidden email]) sent on
>> Thursday, August 30, 2012 at 7:54 PM (+0100):
>>
>>> A 404 error suggests that the Lasso modules and conf files aren't being
>>> loaded.
>>>
>>> I would manually check your httpd.conf file to ensure that it's
>>> automatically loading .conf files in the relevant folders. It should have a
>>> line like this towards the end:
>>>
>>> Include /private/etc/apache2/other/*.conf
>>>
>>>
>>> ls -l /private/etc/apache2/other/ should contain mod_lasso9.conf -- if not
>>> or the folder doesn't exist maybe your running another version of apache or
>>> it's configured differently...
>>>
>>> Ke
>>>
>>>
>>> On 28 August 2012 22:09, Carl Ketterling <[hidden email]> wrote:
>>>
>>>> Now with the resulting web page that says that the installation was
>>>> successful, both the link to Instance Manager (localhost/lasso9/
>>>> instancemanager) and the link to Admin (localhost/lasso9/Admin) return
>>>> "404 Not Found"
>>>>
>>>>
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Re: I can't get Lasso 9.2.3-1 installed and working on Mac OS X v10.7 Lion Server

Carl Ketterling
Randy,

I added the third line below:

<IfDefine MACOSXSERVER>
    <IfDefine WEBSERVICE_ON>
        Include /etc/apache2/other/*.conf
        Include /etc/apache2/sites/*.conf
    </IfDefine>
    <IfDefine !WEBSERVICE_ON>
        Include /etc/apache2/sites/virtual_host_global.conf
        Include /etc/apache2/sites/*_.conf
        Include /etc/apache2/sites/*__shadow.conf
    </IfDefine>
</IfDefine>

I hope this helps.  I don't know why they would omit /other/ if server
is installed.

Carl


In response to this text from Randy Zumwalde ([hidden email])
sent on Friday, September 14, 2012 at 9:47 AM (-0400):

>Hi Carl,
>
>What quick change did you make here?
>Did you change the path to /private/etc/apache2/other/*.conf
>
>I'm having the same issue you had but still keep getting the 404 error.
>I'm completely new to apache after using webstar for years.
>
>Thanks,
>Randy
>
>On 8/30/12 4:19 PM, Carl Ketterling wrote:
>> Everything works great now.  I can't believe it was that simple.
>>
>> In response to this text from Carl Ketterling ([hidden email]) sent on
>> Thursday, August 30, 2012 at 2:19 PM (-0500):
>>
>>> That's interesting (and I hadn't checked for that before) ... thanks.
>>>
>>> By default, this is part of the httpd.conf file:
>>>
>>>     <IfDefine !MACOSXSERVER>
>>>         Include /etc/apache2/other/*.conf
>>>     </IfDefine>
>>>
>>> That certainly explains why it wasn't loading.
>>>
>>> I made a quick change, and that has gotten me to the InstanceManager.
>>>
>>> Thanks!
>>>
>>> Carl
>>>
>>>
>>> In response to this text from Ke Carlton ([hidden email]) sent on
>>> Thursday, August 30, 2012 at 7:54 PM (+0100):
>>>
>>>> A 404 error suggests that the Lasso modules and conf files aren't being
>>>> loaded.
>>>>
>>>> I would manually check your httpd.conf file to ensure that it's
>>>> automatically loading .conf files in the relevant folders. It should
>have a
>>>> line like this towards the end:
>>>>
>>>> Include /private/etc/apache2/other/*.conf
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> ls -l /private/etc/apache2/other/ should contain mod_lasso9.conf --
if not

>>>> or the folder doesn't exist maybe your running another version of
>apache or
>>>> it's configured differently...
>>>>
>>>> Ke
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> On 28 August 2012 22:09, Carl Ketterling <[hidden email]> wrote:
>>>>
>>>>> Now with the resulting web page that says that the installation was
>>>>> successful, both the link to Instance Manager (localhost/lasso9/
>>>>> instancemanager) and the link to Admin (localhost/lasso9/Admin) return
>>>>> "404 Not Found"
>>>>>
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Re: I can't get Lasso 9.2.3-1 installed and working on Mac OS X v10.7 Lion Server

Randy Zumwalde
Thanks Carl,

I'm running OSX Lion Server but according to the install it says:
"If you upgrade to OS X Server after installing Lasso 9, you will need
to manually move the
Lasso conf file from /etc/apache2/other to /etc/apache2/sites"

Then on step 2 of the install instructions is says:
"(On Mac OS X Server, the file will be in /etc/apache2/sites)"

Since I was already running Server I didn't think I had to move anything.
Anyway I checked the sites folder and saw the file wasn't there so I
ended up moving the mod_lasso9.conf file
from the /etc/apache2/other folder to the /etc/apache2/sites folder and
then I was able to start the Instance Manager.

I guess entering the line in your httpd.conf file accomplishes the same
thing no?
I need to find some material to help me understand apache more.

Randy

On 9/14/12 12:07 PM, Carl Ketterling wrote:

> Randy,
>
> I added the third line below:
>
> <IfDefine MACOSXSERVER>
>      <IfDefine WEBSERVICE_ON>
>          Include /etc/apache2/other/*.conf
>          Include /etc/apache2/sites/*.conf
>      </IfDefine>
>      <IfDefine !WEBSERVICE_ON>
>          Include /etc/apache2/sites/virtual_host_global.conf
>          Include /etc/apache2/sites/*_.conf
>          Include /etc/apache2/sites/*__shadow.conf
>      </IfDefine>
> </IfDefine>
>
> I hope this helps.  I don't know why they would omit /other/ if server
> is installed.
>
> Carl
>
>
> In response to this text from Randy Zumwalde ([hidden email])
> sent on Friday, September 14, 2012 at 9:47 AM (-0400):
>
>> Hi Carl,
>>
>> What quick change did you make here?
>> Did you change the path to /private/etc/apache2/other/*.conf
>>
>> I'm having the same issue you had but still keep getting the 404 error.
>> I'm completely new to apache after using webstar for years.
>>
>> Thanks,
>> Randy
>>
>> On 8/30/12 4:19 PM, Carl Ketterling wrote:
>>> Everything works great now.  I can't believe it was that simple.
>>>
>>> In response to this text from Carl Ketterling ([hidden email]) sent on
>>> Thursday, August 30, 2012 at 2:19 PM (-0500):
>>>
>>>> That's interesting (and I hadn't checked for that before) ... thanks.
>>>>
>>>> By default, this is part of the httpd.conf file:
>>>>
>>>>      <IfDefine !MACOSXSERVER>
>>>>          Include /etc/apache2/other/*.conf
>>>>      </IfDefine>
>>>>
>>>> That certainly explains why it wasn't loading.
>>>>
>>>> I made a quick change, and that has gotten me to the InstanceManager.
>>>>
>>>> Thanks!
>>>>
>>>> Carl
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> In response to this text from Ke Carlton ([hidden email]) sent on
>>>> Thursday, August 30, 2012 at 7:54 PM (+0100):
>>>>
>>>>> A 404 error suggests that the Lasso modules and conf files aren't being
>>>>> loaded.
>>>>>
>>>>> I would manually check your httpd.conf file to ensure that it's
>>>>> automatically loading .conf files in the relevant folders. It should
>> have a
>>>>> line like this towards the end:
>>>>>
>>>>> Include /private/etc/apache2/other/*.conf
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> ls -l /private/etc/apache2/other/ should contain mod_lasso9.conf --
> if not
>>>>> or the folder doesn't exist maybe your running another version of
>> apache or
>>>>> it's configured differently...
>>>>>
>>>>> Ke
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> On 28 August 2012 22:09, Carl Ketterling <[hidden email]> wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>>> Now with the resulting web page that says that the installation was
>>>>>> successful, both the link to Instance Manager (localhost/lasso9/
>>>>>> instancemanager) and the link to Admin (localhost/lasso9/Admin) return
>>>>>> "404 Not Found"
>>>>>>
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Re: I can't get Lasso 9.2.3-1 installed and working on Mac OS X v10.7 Lion Server

Carl Ketterling
>I guess entering the line in your httpd.conf file accomplishes the same
>thing no?

Yes.

I guess reading the instructions would have saved me troubles.  I'll try
it the correct way and see if it still works properly.

Carl


In response to this text from Randy Zumwalde ([hidden email])
sent on Friday, September 14, 2012 at 12:32 PM (-0400):

>Thanks Carl,
>
>I'm running OSX Lion Server but according to the install it says:
>"If you upgrade to OS X Server after installing Lasso 9, you will need
>to manually move the
>Lasso conf file from /etc/apache2/other to /etc/apache2/sites"
>
>Then on step 2 of the install instructions is says:
>"(On Mac OS X Server, the file will be in /etc/apache2/sites)"
>
>Since I was already running Server I didn't think I had to move anything.
>Anyway I checked the sites folder and saw the file wasn't there so I
>ended up moving the mod_lasso9.conf file
>from the /etc/apache2/other folder to the /etc/apache2/sites folder and
>then I was able to start the Instance Manager.
>
>I guess entering the line in your httpd.conf file accomplishes the same
>thing no?
>I need to find some material to help me understand apache more.
>
>Randy
>
>On 9/14/12 12:07 PM, Carl Ketterling wrote:
>> Randy,
>>
>> I added the third line below:
>>
>> <IfDefine MACOSXSERVER>
>>      <IfDefine WEBSERVICE_ON>
>>          Include /etc/apache2/other/*.conf
>>          Include /etc/apache2/sites/*.conf
>>      </IfDefine>
>>      <IfDefine !WEBSERVICE_ON>
>>          Include /etc/apache2/sites/virtual_host_global.conf
>>          Include /etc/apache2/sites/*_.conf
>>          Include /etc/apache2/sites/*__shadow.conf
>>      </IfDefine>
>> </IfDefine>
>>
>> I hope this helps.  I don't know why they would omit /other/ if server
>> is installed.
>>
>> Carl
>>
>>
>> In response to this text from Randy Zumwalde ([hidden email])
>> sent on Friday, September 14, 2012 at 9:47 AM (-0400):
>>
>>> Hi Carl,
>>>
>>> What quick change did you make here?
>>> Did you change the path to /private/etc/apache2/other/*.conf
>>>
>>> I'm having the same issue you had but still keep getting the 404 error.
>>> I'm completely new to apache after using webstar for years.
>>>
>>> Thanks,
>>> Randy
>>>
>>> On 8/30/12 4:19 PM, Carl Ketterling wrote:
>>>> Everything works great now.  I can't believe it was that simple.
>>>>
>>>> In response to this text from Carl Ketterling ([hidden email]) sent on
>>>> Thursday, August 30, 2012 at 2:19 PM (-0500):
>>>>
>>>>> That's interesting (and I hadn't checked for that before) ... thanks.
>>>>>
>>>>> By default, this is part of the httpd.conf file:
>>>>>
>>>>>      <IfDefine !MACOSXSERVER>
>>>>>          Include /etc/apache2/other/*.conf
>>>>>      </IfDefine>
>>>>>
>>>>> That certainly explains why it wasn't loading.
>>>>>
>>>>> I made a quick change, and that has gotten me to the InstanceManager.
>>>>>
>>>>> Thanks!
>>>>>
>>>>> Carl
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> In response to this text from Ke Carlton ([hidden email]) sent on
>>>>> Thursday, August 30, 2012 at 7:54 PM (+0100):
>>>>>
>>>>>> A 404 error suggests that the Lasso modules and conf files aren't being
>>>>>> loaded.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> I would manually check your httpd.conf file to ensure that it's
>>>>>> automatically loading .conf files in the relevant folders. It should
>>> have a
>>>>>> line like this towards the end:
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Include /private/etc/apache2/other/*.conf
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>> ls -l /private/etc/apache2/other/ should contain mod_lasso9.conf --
>> if not
>>>>>> or the folder doesn't exist maybe your running another version of
>>> apache or
>>>>>> it's configured differently...
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Ke
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>> On 28 August 2012 22:09, Carl Ketterling <[hidden email]> wrote:
>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Now with the resulting web page that says that the installation was
>>>>>>> successful, both the link to Instance Manager (localhost/lasso9/
>>>>>>> instancemanager) and the link to Admin (localhost/lasso9/Admin) return
>>>>>>> "404 Not Found"
>>>>>>>
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