Error during installation
Created 9 months ago by dexter1

I have already downloaded everything locally, but when installing it from the web, when I want to start it from the browser, either I get a 404 error, or if I write in the navigation bar the address with the "index.php", I get this:

"Error 500 An exception has been thrown during the rendering of a template ("file_get_contents(C:\xampp\htdocs\pyrocms\public/pyrocms/public/app/default/assets/core/anomaly/select-field_type/resources/scss/search.css): failed to open stream: No such file or directory"). Internal Server Error What does this mean? Something went wrong on our side while we were processing your request. An error has occurred and this resource cannot be displayed.

This occurrence has been logged. We're really sorry about this, and will work hard to get this resolved as soon as possible.

This error can be identified by 76fbeddb-5d97-45a8-8ffa-d6e44de1eadf. You might want to take a note of this code.

Perhaps you would like to go to our home page?"

From the route: "http://localhost/pyrocms/public/index.php/installer"

ryanthompson  —  8 months ago Best Answer

I assume you're referring to the 777 part? Either way it's very likely permissions are the issue. Those directories need to be recursively writable by the system.

ryanthompson  —  8 months ago

Looks like you need to route a host for your installation. Try routing example.dev to your public path and try again. PyroCMS requires a hostname.

dexter1  —  8 months ago

where is it example.dev?

ryanthompson  —  8 months ago

It can be ANY hostname. Just route some hostname to your public directory and try again. PyroCMS request a hostname.

dexter1  —  8 months ago

You already have a virtual host, you have already requested the data before installing and I have accepted the terms of service. It has started to install and has not finished because it says: "There was an error. Please check your error logs." Do I reinstall?

ryanthompson  —  8 months ago

Not sure if this is the same issue you are facing or not: https://pyrocms.com/forum/channels/everything/instalation-or-no

But from the looks of it not being able to access select.css - I would guess compiling assets failed - in which case I would look at directory permissions. While 777 is not preferable in production - you can safely rule out permissions by running the following commands:

chmod -R 777 storage
chmod -R 777 public/app
chmod -R 777 bootstrap/cache
dexter1  —  8 months ago

No, I'm in Windows, installing it in local and then pass it to production. Those commands would not work.

ryanthompson  —  8 months ago Best Answer

I assume you're referring to the 777 part? Either way it's very likely permissions are the issue. Those directories need to be recursively writable by the system.

ryanthompson  —  8 months ago

Haha sorry I wasn't aware chmod was linux specific - again though it's a permissions issue. @edster is our resident windows pro - maybe he has something to add here and here: https://pyrocms.com/forum/channels/everything/instalation-or-no

dexter1  —  8 months ago

Solved and installed! It was enough to give permissions to the users in the folder where Pyro was installed. Thank you very much for your attention!