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php newbie : non-object problem

From: "Kalyan (FS)" <kalyan(at)frontline(dot)com(dot)sg>
To: <pgsql-admin(at)postgresql(dot)org>
Subject: php newbie : non-object problem
Date: 2003-09-27 10:52:31
Message-ID: GGENKHBOIHHPMIIEPACNAEFBCLAA.kalyan@frontline.com.sg (view raw or flat)
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Hi,
   I have installed & configured (as per the instructions specified by
Gforge installation document ) Postgresql - 7.2.4, apache 1.3.28, php 4.3.3
with Gforge 3.0.  All my configuration steps passed without any error.

But when I am trying to access index.php (/var/www/gforge-3.0/www/index.php)
it gives the error message...


Fatal error: Call to a member function on a non-object in
/var/www/gforge-3.0/www/index.php on line 19

There is no information in the error_log, access_log for apache and also no
error in the Postgres log.

  This is the source code for index.php (provided by
forge)  -----------------------------------------------------------
  <?php
  /**
    *
    * SourceForge Front Page
    *
    * SourceForge: Breaking Down the Barriers to Open Source Development
    * Copyright 1999-2001 (c) VA Linux Systems
    * http://sourceforge.net
    *
    * @version   $Id: index.php.patched,v 1.1.2.1 2002/11/30 09:57:57 cbayle
Exp $
    *
    */

  require_once('www/include/pre.php');    // Initial db and session library,
opens session
  require_once('www/news/news_utils.php');
  require_once('common/forum/Forum.class');
  require_once('www/include/features_boxes.php');


$HTML->header(array('title'=>$Language->getText('index','welcome'),'pagename
'=>'home'));    //This is line 19

  // Main page content is now themeable;
  // Default is index_std.php;
  include ( $HTML->getRootIndex() );

  $HTML->footer(array());
  ?>
  -------------------------------------------------- until here
  Please help me.  Thanks in advance,

  Regards,
  Kalyan.

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