I have this message:
At this point we don't know what operating system or web server you are using. General rule of thumb: you are more likely to get help in these forums, and sooner, if you describe your server environment:
What version of Moodle did you install? Was it generic or a Windows or Mac package?
What operating system? (Windows, Linux, etc.) What version?
Is it on the Internet, a LAN, or just your home PC for practice and testing? Is it your server or are you using a web hosting service?
What web server s/w (Apache, IIS, etc.)? What version?
What type of database (MySQL, PostgreSQL, etc.)? What version?
What version of PHP?
Okay. I guess you scored about 92% on your test. The 8% off is for not giving the version of MySQL, but that shouldn't enter into the problem at this point.
Now, you say you are working directly on a webserver. I take it that means you have control of the server, i.e., it is not a shared host. In that case, it would be helpful if you posted
Also, what Linux user owns the folders mentioned in #1 & #2 above, and what is the permission code for those folders? Both of these questions can be answered by running the Linux command
ls -l xxx
where xxx is the parent folder of the folder in question. If #1 and #2 have different parent folders, this will take two commands (well, it could be done with one, but let's not get complicated).
Where´s the answer... Please...
This is driving me crazy!!!
I need to finish this moodle installation...
The answer, I believe, is in httpd.conf. Perhaps you could make a copy of it, erase the sensitive info in it, and send it to me as a private Moodle msg.
One possibility is: look for a User directive in it that is not commented out. This is the username Apache runs as when you start it up as root. If this name is not nobody, either change it or change the ownership of moodle and moodledata.
PS. You have moodledata under moodle. That is not a good idea for security reasons. Since you own the server, you didn't need to do that. If you move it, be sure to adjust the pathname you give the Moodle installation script for it.
Ok. To me is ok..
If you don´t mind you can send to me your private email...so I can send to you my file .conf.Thank´s a lot.
Ok, it is not a shared host. I´m a web owner.
The absolute path is /usr/local/moodle
drwxrwx--x 31 nobody nobody 4096 Nov 8 11:13 moodle
The path of the moodle data is /usr/local/moodle/moodledata
drwxr-xr-x 2 nobody nobody 4096 Out 29 17:37 moodledata
The path of the httpd.conf is /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf
Because of the security, I can´t send my httpd.conf.
Thank´s a lot,