Errors Litespeed installment Debian

Discussion in 'Install/Configuration' started by Egon, Nov 2, 2013.

  1. Egon

    Egon New Member

    Basic translation of the error is "line xxx: [: unilateral operator was expected, = found"

    I just changed from Debian 6 to Debian 7 Wheezy. Now I can't get Litespeed installed.

    It used to work just fine. Now I get

    Code:
    ./functions.sh: regel 112: [: eenzijdige operator werd verwacht, = gevonden
    at start. Then

    Code:
    ATTENTION: The user '' must be able to access the destination directory.
    After the email address the error
    Code:
    ./functions.sh: regel 295: [: eenzijdige operator werd verwacht, = gevonden
    When trying to set the group to www-data, it tells me
    Code:
    [ERROR] 'www-data' is not valid group for user '', please choose
    another group in the list or add user '' to group 'www-data' 
    first.
    
    When I find a group it accepts I get
    Code:
    ./functions.sh: regel 377: [: eenzijdige operator werd verwacht, = gevonden
    Next the HTTP port
    Code:
    ./functions.sh: regel 441: [: eenzijdige operator werd verwacht, != gevonden
    Admin port
    Code:
    ./functions.sh: regel 485: [: eenzijdige operator werd verwacht, != gevonden
    Installing php...
    Code:
    ./functions.sh: regel 926: [: eenzijdige operator werd verwacht, = gevonden
    Your current PHP engine /usr/local/lsws/fcgi-bin/lsphp is renamed to lsphp.old
    ./functions.sh: regel 1086: [: eenzijdige operator werd verwacht, = gevonden
    At the end
    Code:
    ./functions.sh: regel 1239: [: eenzijdige operator werd verwacht, = gevonden
    Would you like to start it right now [Y/n]? 
    
    [ERROR] Failed to start litespeed!
    litespeed: geen proces gevonden
    [ERROR] Failed to start litespeed!
    
    [ERROR] Failed to start the web server. For trouble shooting information,
            please refer to documents in "/usr/local/lsws/docs/".

    Any idea how to fix this?:confused:

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