[Xerte] Re: insert button greyed out
danattwood at gmail.com
Wed Oct 31 10:05:36 GMT 2012
looks like i might have sorted it.
I re-permissioned the USER-FILES folder
I then noticed that when creating new files it was looking for the
wrong folders. It was looking for 252-dattwood which doesn't exist.
252-jblogs does exist though.
Fiddling with some new users this then started to work correctly.
On 31 October 2012 09:52, Pat Lockley <patrick.lockley at googlemail.com> wrote:
> it might not be finding the files full stop. Usually on Unix / Nix
> boxes you don't need to add mimetypes
> access the editor in a browser with a network console and see what 404s
> On Wed, Oct 31, 2012 at 9:43 AM, Dan Attwood <danattwood at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Having finally got permission to move my moodle/ xerte install from
>> windows to an ubuntu 12.04 one. I've updated all the files paths I
>> could fine and have the login from moodle and main edit windows
>> working. However I'm getting the old problem where the insert button
>> is greyed out and so not allowing me to add things.
>> In my /etc/apache2/mod-available/mime.conf i have added;
>> AddType text/plain .rlm
>> AddType text/plain .rlt
>> AddType text/plain .rlo
>> and I've start stopped the apache server but still no dice.
>> Does anyone one have any notes or configs they could share with me on
>> getting this running on ubuntu?
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