[Xapian-discuss] omega on debian 0.9.5

Jim Lynch jim at fayettedigital.com
Fri Apr 21 10:59:31 BST 2006

When I went to the site, I received the following message:
Exception: Couldn't read format template `osservator' (No such file or 

Just one question, what is the "io" at the end of the command? Is the 
template named "osservator io", with a space?  If so, I suggest you 
change it to eliminate the space unless you want to escape the the space. 

In any case, be sure the template is world readable, is in the same 
place the omega.conf points to and is spelled right.


Gabriele Francescotto - OpenContent wrote:

> Hi,
> I've tested omega (cgi) on several sql databases on my local machine 
> in which runs Ubuntu, using the version 0.9.4 (installed using apt), 
> and I was really satisfied for the results I obtained. I customized a 
> bit the "query" template.
> But once I installed omega on the server (using apt for Debian, and 
> omega version 0.9.5), I discovered that the relevances didn't work, as 
> you can see:
> http://www.opencontent.it/cgi-bin/omega/omega?DB=osservatorio&FMT=osservator 
> io
> I don't know if the problem is related to the template's 
> customization, nor to the indexscript: they are the same I used for 
> the omega 0.9.4 installation I had on my local machine with Ubuntu.
> that's the indexscript I wrote:
> --------------------------------------indexscript------------
> id : field=id boolean=Q unique=Q
> title : field=title weight=3 index
> content : index truncate=300 field=content
> taxonomy : field=taxonomy
> url : field=url
> pubtime : date=yyyymmdd field=pubtime
> type : field=type boolean=XT
> -----------------------------------------------------
> any idea? did you ever see similar problems?
> all the best,
> gabriele
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