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Open Atrium 2 clean URL issues


rev.dennis
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Okay, so I installed Open Atrium and have been trying to enable clean URL's and I'm having nothing but issues.


 


Currently when I launch my site (whateversite.com) I get


Not Found

The requested URL /&tour=welcome_to_oa2_ was not found on this server.

 



 


Now if I add ?q=user at the end (whateversite.com/?q=user) it will send me to the annoying default open Atrium login page <-- if anyone knows how to change this I would very much appreciate it)


 


Any idea on how to fix the clean URL issue with Open Atrium


 


When I click the "Run the clean URL test" it responds with


The clean URL test failed.


 


The online handbook it references doesn't seem to fix the issue.


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Here is what I did to fix the clean URL test always failing.



 



First I had to solve the issue when I restarted Apache I was getting the error:



root@ipsew:~# /etc/init.d/apache2 restart


Restarting web server: apache2apache2: Could not reliably determine the server's fully qualified domain name, using 130.175.209.20 for ServerName


 ... waiting apache2: Could not reliably determine the server's fully qualified domain name, using 130.175.209.20 for ServerName


. ok

 





First:
root@ipsew:~# echo ServerName $HOSTNAME > /etc/apache2/conf.d/fqdn



 



Second:  vi /etc/apache2/apache2.conf



# Include the virtual host configurations:


Include sites-enabled/





DocumentRoot /var/www/oa/


ServerName ipsew.hosangit.com





allow from all


Options +Indexes







 



Third: Restart Apache now and you shouldn't have anymore errors



root@ipsew:~# /etc/init.d/apache2 restart


Restarting web server: apache2 ... waiting .



Verify your website is still up and running before going to the next step.



 



NEXT VERIFY .htaccess is working



First: vi /var/www/oa/.htaccess



Add random characters on a line all by itself. Try and launch your website and you should now get an error message (your website should not be able to be displayed which means your website is using your .htaccess file.  Go ahead and remove those special characters from your .htaccess file and check your website again to make sure it came back up before proceeding.



 



Second:


Make sure you have the .htaccess that was included with your Open Atrium download.



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