[lively-kernel] Lively2-rc3

milan zimmermann milan.zimmermann at gmail.com
Sat Aug 27 19:18:45 CEST 2011

Hi Fabian:

Sorry for the delay. FWIW I was able to do a "developer's" localhost install
Lively 2 locally with the help of the manual instructions and automated
instructions,  not using XAMPP but installing the native packages. I can see
the repo when browsing to http://localhost/repository/ .There were a few
things I did not do in the install, as there was a problem I do not remember
yet the basic Dav stuff works:
- The section in lk.conf around rewrite rules
- httpd-dav.conf

For completeness the steps I used are attached, and also the image of
running locally.

I am able to open an xhtml, change and save it with no obvious issues. Only
2 things I noticed:
   - after world save, an error quickly flashes but then disappears and
everything saves correctly, so this does not seem  an issue.
   - the version viewer, let's say on
http://localhost/repository/lively2-mz1.xhtml does not seem to work - says
"loading" and that is all.

One question - given a localhost install,  what is the best way of getting
latest Lively2 code if I did care about local changes? [I don't but anyway]


On Mon, Aug 22, 2011 at 3:50 AM, Fabian Bornhofen <
fabian.bornhofen at student.hpi.uni-potsdam.de> wrote:

> Hi Milan,
> I agree that the Linux installer is still a pain - we chose XAMPP
> because we wanted the same Apache on all Distros. It looks like that is
> still not sufficient. A reliable solution could be to have distribution
> specific installers that install the required packages from package
> management and then set up Lively.
> On 8/22/11 2:58 AM, milan zimmermann wrote:
> > "svnadmin load" did not load the svndump into the
> > previously created repository - even though it listed "adding path" and
> > "commit", no files showed up in the expected directory.
> To check if svnadmin load worked, try to check out the repository:
> mkdir lively_svn
> svn co file://PATH_TO_YOUR_REPOSITORY lively_svn
> and see if the files show up in lively_svn.
> If mod_dav_svn is configured correctly, it talks directly to the
> repository and you can see its contents in the web browser. Did that
> work for you?
> Regards,
> Fabian
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