[Snort-users] Re: ACID 0.9.6b23 Search page issue

JASON_VANKEUREN at ...8137... JASON_VANKEUREN at ...8137...
Wed Jan 29 12:27:02 EST 2003

I upgraded to PHP to 4.3.0.  I also had to upgrade my version of ADODB to 
get it to work, which I'm now at v. 3.10.  The query form appears to work 
now, but I'm seeing a lot of errors with the following text:

Notice:  Undefined index:  QUERY_STRING in ...\acid_state_criteria.inc on 
line 224
Notice: Uninitialized string offset: 5 in ...\acid_state_citems.inc on 
line 183
Notice:  Undefined variable:  in ....\acid_state_citems.inc on line 852
Notice:  Undefined variable:  in ....\acid_state_citems.inc on line 853

I shortened the list for brevity.  Thanks for the help so far.


Robby Desmond <rdesmond at ...6547...>
01/29/2003 01:22 PM

        To:     <Scheidell at ...8144...>, <JASON_VANKEUREN at ...8137...>
        cc:     <snort-users at lists.sourceforge.net>
        Subject:        Re: [Snort-users] Re:  ACID 0.9.6b23 Search page issue

At 11:04 AM 1/29/2003 -0500, Scheidell at ...8144... wrote:

><JASON_VANKEUREN at ...8137...> wrote in message 
>news:<OF50C2FFF2.0D64F105-ON85256CBC.0082B131 at ...8138...>...
> > I have seen the same problem with both 9.6b22 and 9.6b23 versions on 
> > Linux and NT web server platforms.  The first search page comes up 
> > but if you try to search using any criteria, it doesn't seem to get 
> > through to the query.  Also, clicking any of the "Add" buttons returns 
> > form in a weird state, where not all fields are visible anymore.  I 
> > know enough about the PHP code to understand what's going on, but it's
> > definitely an ACID problem.  I sent a note into their mailing list 
with no
> > response.  Any assistance would be appreciated.
> >
>Yes, starting with 22, it seems the source address is 'stuck' 
>somewhere.  Look for the 'clear' button on original search page before 
>go to the hext (or close acid)

Okay. I've said this before and it has worked for most people. Make sure 
you are running PHP 4.2.3 and that you check your php configuration. I was 

burned on b22 and b23 by an old version of PHP, but it all was fixed when 


Robert Desmond
Systems Administrator
UCSB Extended Learning Services

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