Re: Martview and marteditor
Renato Golin <renato <at> ebi.ac.uk>
2008-07-03 12:30:22 GMT
Henrikki Almusa wrote:
> 2. The documentation suggests changing qualifier from '=' to '>', but it
> neglects to tell me why or what alternatives there are. Any
> documentation on that?
I'm not the expert, but as far as I got it any SQL qualifier can be
used. So: =, >, <, !=, in, like are the most common ones.
> I tried to run it with sudo or as root. Eventually I figured that it
> tried to resolve unix user above from '/etc/passwd', which obviously
> will fail. So adding following row to httpd.conf fixed this
> User www-data
> www-data is user defined in system (at least on kubuntu and most likely
> on ubuntu).
Yes, if you're using your system-wide apache that's the way to go.
The configurator generates an httpd.conf for when you're using with your
own user. Probably, as your user didn't have write permission on
/var/www it failed.
If you had started your apache manually like:
$ apache2 -d ~/biomart -f conf/httpd.conf
it should work with your user (and with the generated config file).