[Pachy-Dev] Re: Pachyderm page not formatted [was Re: Installing
and running Pachyderm, starting Apache question]
cynthia.walters at virginia.edu
Tue Aug 28 07:58:32 PDT 2007
I found my problem, I was not invoking Pachyderm properly based on the
port that my Apache was configured for.
Make sure you use the URL for your localhost that has the same port
number as is in your Apache install's "httpd.conf" file, found in this
directory on my system: C:\Program Files\Apache Software
For example, I was following the instructions and invoking Pachyderm as
But, I didn't realize at first that my Apache port was configured to be
port 80 (default), so when I used this URL, I get the proper formatting
for my Pachyderm pages: http://localhost:80
Hi Chad. Cool for me, too :-) I'll contact you separately.
Hope this helps,
On 8/28/2007 9:53 AM, Chad Wollerton wrote:
> Just wanted to chime in to say that I'm having the exact same
> problem. I just got Pachyderm 2.0 up and running on my Windows XP
> machines at home and at work. I've created a test presentation,
> which looks great, but the pages I used to build it lack layout and
> images. So any help you can give will help out two poor souls :)
> Cindy, also wanted to note how cool it was to see someone so close by
> starting to use Pachyderm. If you ever have a couple of minutes, I'd
> love to talk with you about how UVA heard about the project and how
> you all plan to use it.
> Chad Wollerton
> Monticello Webmaster
> Thomas Jefferson Foundation, Inc.
> www.monticello.org <http://www.monticello.org>
> *From:* pachy-dev-bounces at lists.cdl.edu
> [mailto:pachy-dev-bounces at lists.cdl.edu] *On Behalf Of *Cindy Walters
> *Sent:* Friday, August 24, 2007 3:58 PM
> *To:* Joshua Archer
> *Cc:* pachy-dev at lists.cdl.edu
> *Subject:* [Pachy-Dev] Re: Pachyderm page not formatted [was Re:
> Installing and running Pachyderm, starting Apache question]
> After getting Pachyderm 2.0 installed on my Windows XP laptop, I've
> been trying different things to see if I can figure out why my
> Pachyderm 2.0 pages are not getting formatted with the style sheets,
> and I have not succeeded yet. I wonder if you have additional
> suggestions? I have never configured Apache before, so I may have
> something set incorrectly, but not sure what else to try.
> Here is my current status:
> -- Followed the instructions from Rachel/Craig to install and
> configure everything. I adjusted based on only having a C drive, and
> I changed my Skype options to not use port 80 and 443. Also adjusted
> the apdefaults table, first with IP address for the 3 values noted;
> latest with my machine's DNS name since I'm often using wireless and
> the IP address varies. I can run Pachyderm, add media, search for
> media, create and publish a presentation -- just don't have the
> initial and authoring pages formatted properly (so its a little hard
> to use ;-)
> -- Apache install location has "pachyderm" and "resources" folders
> under the installed location, and I checked permissions:
> C:/Program Files/Apache Software Foundation/Apache2.2/htdocs
> -- When I installed the Apache service, I used the following command:
> *C:\Program Files\Apache Software Foundation\Apache2.2\bin>httpd
> -k install*
> -- Apache config file C:/Program Files/Apache Software
> Foundation/Apache2.2conf/httpd.config has these values updated for my
> ServerRoot "C:/Program Files/Apache Software Foundation/Apache2.2"
> Listen 80
> ServerName D7WBTWB1.virginia.edu:80
> DocumentRoot "C:/Program Files/Apache Software
> <Directory "C:/Program Files/Apache Software Foundation/Apache2.2/htdocs">
> <Directory "C:/Program Files/Apache Software
> -- I made sure permissions were set for my login user to access the
> folders and files under "C:/Program Files/Apache Software
> Foundation/Apache2.2/htdocs", which includes the css and icons.
> -- From Joshua: "...find out where Apache is referencing for html
> files by default..."
> Would this be according to the properties set in the apache config
> file, the paths noted above?
> Thanks for any further guidance. I'll keep exploring, just thought
> there might be something you think of.
Cynthia Walters Advanced Technology Group
Information Technology and Communications
cmw6s at virginia.edu University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA
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