[OSM-dev] Problems setting up a test server
Iván Sánchez Ortega
ivansanchez at escomposlinux.org
Fri Jan 5 16:59:51 GMT 2007
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I'm trying to set up a OSM test server at my home server. Since two days ago.
I'm using Debian testing/unstable, Apache 2, MySQL 5, Ruby 1.8, and the latest
SVN snapshot I could get my hands on.
I've set up everithing: copied stuff to /var/www, created the DB (and DB
user), edited servinfo.rb, loaded the apache modules, added the virtualhost
to the apache conf, yadda yadda yadda.
I can see the webpages - I even can register users, and log in in the web
The problem is, I cannot access anything in the API. Running JOSM against my
server throws up a 500 HTTP error, and the only thing I see in the apache
logs is this:
[error] [client 127.0.0.1] (9)Bad file descriptor: Could not open password
I'm totally puzzled by this error message. I'm guessing that is has something
to do with the HTTP auth used by the API, but I've got no idea on how to fix
Anybody can shed me any light on this?
Iván Sánchez Ortega <ivansanchez at escomposlinux.org>
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