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Kaltura Installation Failed

Posted in Logs by wearetherock on July 23, 2009

Last installation step
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Kaltura Community Edition Server Installed Successfully

Local Registration failed
Error Code:
Error Message: Array ( [0] => failed to serialize server result )

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Environment
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* Distributor ID: Ubuntu
* Description: Ubuntu 9.04
* Release: 9.04
* Codename: jaunty
* kalturaCE_v1.01.tgz
* PHP 5.2.6-3ubuntu4.1 with Suhosin-Patch 0.9.6.2 (cli) (built: Apr 23 2009 14:35:05)
* Server version: Apache/2.2.11 (Ubuntu)
* mysqld Ver 5.0.75-0ubuntu10.2 for debian-linux-gnu on i486 ((Ubuntu))
* Everyting is OK on verify requirements step.

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  1. vizible said, on July 23, 2009 at 2:53 am

    Another problem in this case.
    * Enter redirect loop when clicked ‘Kaltura Management Console (KMC)’
    * All example page is not available.
    * Another link will redirect to home page.

  2. vizible said, on July 23, 2009 at 3:05 am

    Reinstall
    * sudo rm -rf /var/www/kaltura10
    * mysqladmin -uxxxx -pxxxx drop kaltura10
    * mysqladmin -uxxxx -pxxxx create kaltura10
    * sudo cp -r kultura10 /var/www
    * sudo /var/www/kulturaCE10/fixperms.sh

    Step 1: Verify requirement.
    Everything’s Good. Let’s continue »
    * PHP version – OK (>= 5.2.0)
    * PHP MySql support – OK
    * php-cli – found
    * PHP GD – available
    * PHP DOMDocument – available
    * PHP libcURL – available
    * memcache – available
    * FFMPEG – available
    * Mail server – found (at localhost:25)
    * Permissions on /var/www/kalturaCE10/content/uploads – OK
    * Permissions on /var/www/kalturaCE10/conversions – OK
    * Permissions on /var/www/kalturaCE10/archive – OK
    * Permissions on /var/www/kalturaCE10/logs – OK
    * Permissions on /var/www/kalturaCE10/kaltura/alpha/cache – OK
    * Permissions on /var/www/kalturaCE10/indicators – OK
    * Permissions on /var/www/kalturaCE10/batchwatch – OK
    * Permissions on /var/www/kalturaCE10/content – OK
    * Permissions on /var/www/kalturaCE10/kaltura/alpha/apps/kaltura/config – OK
    * Permissions on /var/www/kalturaCE10/kaltura/alpha/config – OK
    * Permissions on /var/www/kalturaCE10/kaltura/api_v3/config – OK
    * Permissions on /var/www/kalturaCE10/kaltura/alpha/batch – OK
    * Permissions on /var/www/kalturaCE10/kaltura/api_v3/cache – OK

    Step 2 : Database OK
    Step 3 : Last stop Same error “Array ( [0] => failed to serialize server result”

  3. vizible said, on July 23, 2009 at 3:49 am

    To enable mod_rewrite on Ubuntu following this http://www.isriya.com/node/2369/how-to-enable-modrewrite-on-ubuntu

  4. vizible said, on July 23, 2009 at 3:54 am

    3 problem was fixed
    * Enter redirect loop when clicked ‘Kaltura Management Console (KMC)’
    * All example page is not available.
    * Another link will redirect to home page.

    New problem
    * click KMC = black screen
    * click example link = “Default partner with ID “1” was not found!”

  5. wearetherock said, on July 23, 2009 at 11:49 am

    Because web browser doesn’t support flash for that time.
    install it, work well.


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