I used grav on Debian (and it works great). Institution, however, forces us to use RedHat 8 Enterprise.
The installation was quite painful, but I eventually found the magical incantation to give access to the files to apache and it mostly works. Except for the problem shown in the image below:
I get these red errors pretty much everywhere. There is not even an error code in the message, so it’s not easy (for me) to track down. I think I installed all the required php modules. Note that the Notification Pane on the Dashboard has a “spinning circle” that never stops spinning. Again, none of this was happening with Debian.
Any hint on what might be setup wrong would be great.
PS/ I followed: https://learn.getgrav.org/16/troubleshooting/permissions and used the command:
chcon -Rv system_u:object_r:httpd_sys_rw_content_t:s0 ./
in the grav folder (/var/www/html/grav) to appease redhat. That allowed me to get this far, but no further.
One more note: I also turned off the
allow_url_fopen in php.ini and restarted httpd. Now the error shows a code 0:
Error while trying to download (code: 0): https://getgrav.org/blog.atom Message: Couldn't connect to server
curl on the url
https://getgrav.org/blog.atom at the command line on the server works just fine. Still lost.