Martin Roll wrote, On 10-11-2006 16:09:
But when I open the browser to look at the interface (on localhost) the only thing I see is the NAV webroot directory. Do you have any idea what could be wrong?
Looks like a problem with your Apache configuration.
Two questions: Is mod_python loaded by your Apache configuration? Is AllowOverride set to "All" for NAV's webroot directory?
Ah ok... I see.
AllowOverride was set to "None" by someone or something. After I set it to "All" (once again) it worked! :-)
Thanks a lot!
From morten.brekkevold at uninett.no Tue Nov 14 11:11:04 2006
From: morten.brekkevold at uninett.no (Morten Brekkevold) Date: Tue Nov 14 11:11:29 2006 Subject: [Nav-users] Trying to install nav 3.1.1 In-Reply-To: 455897BB.16234.87A563E3@fuchs.rrz.uni-koeln.de References: 455897BB.16234.87A563E3@fuchs.rrz.uni-koeln.de Message-ID: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hans-Peter Fuchs wrote, On 13-11-2006 16:05:
File "/usr/local/nav/lib/python/nav/Snmp.py", line 33, in ? from pysnmp import role, v1, v2c, asn1
ImportError: cannot import name role
Before I tested with nav3.1.0 under rhel-as4 and installed as described in: Installing on RHEL4. The pysnmp is from this install.
What am I missing or has something changed ?
Something has in deed changed, but I see Roger Aas' RHEL4 install instructions on the metanav wiki has not been updated.
You need to completely remove pysnmp 3.3.5, and reinstall pysnmp version 2, which is the stable branch of pysnmp. I will try to update the RHEL4 instructions on the wiki...