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Old 08-19-2005, 07:27 PM   #1
Xhalman
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Horde - Pear Modules Not Registering


Hello all,

I'm trying to install Horde on Shrike (Redhat 9.0)

I've got the test.php site up, and have gone through and installed all the pear modules that were required, and even alot that weren't. But when I refresh the page (even after clearing the cache), it still states that the modules aren't installed.

Here is the Pear section of test.php:

PEAR
PEAR Search Path (PHP's include_path): /wwwroot/htdocs/horde/lib:.:/wwwroot/php/lib/php
PEAR: Yes
Recent PEAR: Yes
Mail: No
You do not have the Mail package installed on your system. See the INSTALL file for instructions on how to install the package.
Mail_Mime: No
You do not have the Mail_Mime package installed on your system. See the INSTALL file for instructions on how to install the package. THIS IS A REQUIRED MODULE!
Log: No
Make sure you are using a version of PEAR which includes the Log classes, or that you have installed the Log package seperately. See the INSTALL file for instructions on installing Log. THIS IS A REQUIRED MODULE!
DB: No
You will need DB if you are using SQL drivers for preferences, contacts (Turba), etc.
Net_Socket: No
Make sure you are using a version of PEAR which includes the Net_Socket class, or that you have installed the Net_Socket package seperately. See the INSTALL file for instructions on installing Net_Socket.
Date: No
Horde requires the Date_Calc class for Kronolith to calculate dates.
Auth_SASL: No
Horde will work without the Auth_SASL class, but if you use Access Control Lists in IMP you should be aware that without this class passwords will be sent to the IMAP server in plain text when retrieving ACLs.
HTTP_Request: No
Parts of Horde (HTML composition in IMP, Jonah, the XML-RPC client/server) use the HTTP_Request library to retrieve URLs and do other HTTP requests.
File: No
Horde will work without the File_CSV class, but there may be errors when importing some CSV files.
Net_SMTP: No
Make sure you are using the Net_SMTP module if you want "smtp" to work as a mailer option.
Services_Weather: No
Services_Weather is used by the weather applet/block on the portal page.

Below is the output of pear list:

Package Version State
Archive_Tar 1.3.1 stable
Auth_SASL 1.0.1 stable
Cache 1.5.4 stable
Console_Getopt 1.2 stable
DB 1.7.6 stable
Date 1.4.3 stable
File 1.2.0 stable
HTTP_Request 1.2.4 stable
Log 1.8.7 stable
Mail 1.1.6 stable
Mail_Mime 1.3.1 stable
Net_SMTP 1.2.6 stable
Net_Socket 1.0.6 stable
Net_URL 1.0.14 stable
PEAR 1.3.6 stable
SOAP 0.9.1 beta
Services_Weather 1.3.2 stable
XML_Parser 1.2.6 stable
XML_RPC 1.4.0 stable
XML_Serializer 0.16.0 beta
XML_Util 1.1.1 stable

Any ideas? Do I need to refresh a list or something? Confirm installs? I've been searching for hours trying to figure it out.

Thanks in advance
 
Old 08-19-2005, 07:40 PM   #2
Xhalman
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Fixed, sorry for the trouble.

It seems my php.ini file didn't have the pear directory in the include path.

Sorry for the trouble.
 
  


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