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Pinned topic Extracting eclipse ... chown -R dupal:users eclipse/

‏2006-09-05T15:30:00Z |
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Updated on 2006-09-05T17:47:14Z at 2006-09-05T17:47:14Z by SystemAdmin
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    Re: Extracting eclipse ... chown -R dupal:users eclipse/

    ‏2006-09-05T15:37:27Z  
    Hi wcmHelper,

    Throughout the tutorial we were logged in as the user 'drupal' . You should substitute your user's name for 'drupal' in those cases.
    Hope that helps,
    Stephen
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    Re: Extracting eclipse ... chown -R dupal:users eclipse/

    ‏2006-09-05T17:30:39Z  
    Hi wcmHelper,

    Throughout the tutorial we were logged in as the user 'drupal' . You should substitute your user's name for 'drupal' in those cases.
    Hope that helps,
    Stephen
    Thanks... that makes sense but we do not define a drupal_user until creating the database and this step to is before creating the user

    if this is the case... based on the tutorial ... i tried using my drupal_user that i defined in the db set-up but no luck

    would this cause a 403 error when accessing the drupal site (http://drupal.development) ?
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    Re: Extracting eclipse ... chown -R dupal:users eclipse/

    ‏2006-09-05T17:47:14Z  
    Thanks... that makes sense but we do not define a drupal_user until creating the database and this step to is before creating the user

    if this is the case... based on the tutorial ... i tried using my drupal_user that i defined in the db set-up but no luck

    would this cause a 403 error when accessing the drupal site (http://drupal.development) ?
    > Thanks... that makes sense but we do not define a
    > drupal_user until creating the database and this step
    > to is before creating the user

    Right, the username you logged in to the workstation is different than the database username that Drupal uses when connecting to MySQL.
    > would this cause a 403 error when accessing the
    > drupal site (http://drupal.development) ?

    No, a 403 probably means that the Apache PHP module was not loaded properly. I would check your Apache configuration files and the /etc/sysconfig/apache2 if you are using OpenSUSE 10/10.1. You should make sure mod_php is being loaded properly and that you have setup virtual host for drupal.development properly.