Comments on: Installing SQL-Ledger on FreeBSD (using ports) http://www.playingwithwire.com/2007/05/installing-sql-ledger-on-freebsd-using-ports/ The Internet Startup Blog Sat, 24 Oct 2009 19:07:30 +0000 hourly 1 By: Viktor Petersson http://www.playingwithwire.com/2007/05/installing-sql-ledger-on-freebsd-using-ports/#comment-13298 Sat, 13 Oct 2007 15:59:34 +0000 http://www.playingwithwire.com/2007/05/installing-sql-ledger-on-freebsd-using-ports/#comment-13298 Sandra,

I’m not really sure what the problem is, but with a quick search at google I found this thread:
http://www.mail-archive.com/sql-ledger-users@sql-ledger.org/msg00846.html

Other than that, I’d say you probably want to do the following:

1) Check that sql-ledger really is running (#sockstat -4l)

2) Check the apache-logs (probably /var/log/httpd.log and httpd.error)
3) Go back and carefully look through all config-files to make sure you don’t have a typo or something in there.

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By: Sandra Gutierrez http://www.playingwithwire.com/2007/05/installing-sql-ledger-on-freebsd-using-ports/#comment-13271 Sat, 13 Oct 2007 05:19:47 +0000 http://www.playingwithwire.com/2007/05/installing-sql-ledger-on-freebsd-using-ports/#comment-13271 I am running freeBSD 6.2
on amd64:
I followed all your instructions step by step (except that I update ports with portupdate, not portsnap.)
I can get to the login page of sql-ledger, but when I tra to login I get the following error message:

Error!
users/members : No such file or directory

What happened?

Thanks
Sandra
Ps: thanks for these instructions!
Please do not publish.

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