G2 + Drupal - 403.shtml "Page Not Found" Errors
|Posted: Thu, 2006-10-12 18:47|
For the most part, my integration works perfectly. I am running Drupal 4.7 and Gallery 2.1. I only have a few issues when I'm working on configuring Gallery2 toolkits. I have short urls on in Drupal and the rewrite module on in Gallery2. All tests pass in the rewrite module in gallery and the Embedded Gallery2 Status for settings > gallery under Drupal come back with Success after it's autoconfigured.
First, the error I get. When I take the below steps, I get taken to a "Page Not Found" message and the Drupal sidebar is shown correctly. My url shows http://www.alpine9.net/index.php?q=gallery and watchdog details the following error:
My error log through cpanel only shows one error:
I'm not sure if this is related because I have received the "Page Not Found" error about 10 times today and this is the only line that shows up in my error log.
When I originally configured the netpbm, imagemagic and ffmpeg modules in Gallery, I pointed them to /usr/bin/ or /usr/bin/binary and would get the error when either testing or saving the settings. I had to delete the module and reinstall and it would find the binary just fine. I could also point to /usr/bin (no extra slash) and would get the error. I would be rid of this but now I want to change settings on ffmpeg to watermark existing video files. I'm getting the same error.
I have tried this in Gallery2 directly as well. I can move around in Gallery2 just fine, until I attempt to test or save one of these modules. It then brings me to the "Page Not Found" that is embedded in Drupal, which I find pretty odd. If I were to get the error while working directly in Gallery, that would make sense, but it kicks be back in to the integrated Drupal setup to tell me the error.
Thanks for your help!
Gallery version = 2.1.2 core 188.8.131.52