backuppc and ispconfig

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by brownie, Oct 11, 2007.

  1. brownie

    brownie New Member

    I am trying to use BackupPC on Suse 10.2 and ISPConfig with only 2 domains “in parking” but I have some problem with the users.

    Here what I have done:

    /etc/BackupPC - here the config.pl
    /usr/local/BackuPC - here the binary files

    I have put the BackupPC_Admin files in the cgi-bin of 1 domain and in the public the image files, therefore:

    /srv/www/web2/cgi-bin/BackupPC_Admin
    /srv/www/web2/web/BackupPC

    When I go:
    http://www.domain.xxx/cgi-bin/BackupPC_Admin

    I get this error

    Error: Unable to read config.pl or language strings!!
    Notes: $ENV {REMOTE_USER} is not set, which could mean to there is an installation problem. BackupPC_Admin expects Apache to authenticate the user and pass their user name into this script as the REMOTE_USER environment variable. See the documentation.

    What I am doing wrong? Thanks
     
  2. brownie

    brownie New Member

    Any Ideas? :(
     
  3. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

    How exactly did you install BackupPC?
     
  4. brownie

    brownie New Member

    Thanks for your reply!

    I put via ftp the file BackupPC-3.0.0.tar , then, by shell as root, I moved it in / root / job /
    By shell as root I untared the file with the command “tar xzvf BackupPC-3.0.0.tar “, I moved in the BackupPC directory and I launched “sudo perl configure.pl”
    These are the info I set at the install:

    --> Full path to existing conf/config.pl []?
    --> Are these paths correct? [y]? y
    --> BackupPC will run on host [hostname]? domain.xx
    --> BackupPC should run as user [backuppc]? web2_nameuser
    --> Install directory (full path) []? /etc/BackuPC
    --> Data directory (full path) []? /copia/backup
    --> Compression level [3]?
    --> CGI bin directory (full path) []? /srv/www/web2/cgi-bin
    --> Apache image directory (full path) []? /srv/www/web2/web/backuppc/
    --> URL for image directory (omit http://host; starts with '/') []? /backuppc
    --> Do you want to continue? [y]? y
     
  5. brownie

    brownie New Member

    Hi Falko

    Do you have any idea where I wrong? :confused:

    Many thanks:)
     
  6. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

    No, unfortunately not... :(
     

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