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Old 29th January 2009, 19:19
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Question Intrusion Detection: Can't Access Base Configuration VIA HTTP

Hello Group...

The server I am working on is running Ubuntu 7.10 running ISPConfig to maintain web and e-mail clients.

I am following Falko's revised: Intrusion Detection: Snort, Base, MySQL, and Apache2 On Ubuntu 7.10 (Gutsy Gibbon) (Updated)

I have found that rather than base being untarred as 'base-1.4.1' it is untarred as 'base-php4'.

Beyond the above however- when I move onto section 8 of the tutorial
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Open a web browser and navigate to http://YOUR.IP.ADDRESS/base-1.3.9/setup.
The server returns 404 when I attempt to setup BASE accessing it from: http://65.197.209.3/base-php4/setup/


Thanking you in advance for your help...

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In what web site did you install BASE? What's the document root?
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Hi Falko, thank you for the reply...

I installed BASE into'/var/www' which isn't under any web-site actually.
It seemed kind of off to not place BASE inside of a functional site directory.

So I would really want to install BASE into '/var/www/web1' wouldn't I?

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So I would really want to install BASE into '/var/www/web1' wouldn't I?
Try /var/www/web1/web.
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