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Old 09-18-2020, 01:28 PM   #1
Moltke
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Installing Gibbon on 4MSever/TheSSS


Hi everyone! hope you're all having a nice life!

I downloaded and installed TheSSS in a VM on KVM and everything's fine. I'd like install Gibbon https://docs.gibbonedu.org/administr...alling-gibbon/ which is a school management suit but would like to know if apart from those steps detailed on the link above, which are for Ubuntu/Debian, some extra ones might be needed in order to properly install Gibbon on TheSSS. Also, would like to ask your opinion on whether using TheSSS or 4MServer, which one do you think will be easier/better to install Gibbon on? Thanks in advance for your answers!

EDIT: Is it possible to install these
Code:
apache2 php mysql-server php-gd php-mysql php-zip php-curl php-gettext php-pdo
in TheSSS or 4MServer?

Last edited by Moltke; 09-19-2020 at 07:16 AM.
 
Old 09-19-2020, 01:26 PM   #2
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Hi,

I do not use Gibbon, so I have no idea if it's going to work under 4MLinux. However, all its dependencies seem to be fulfilled. Don't forget to enable PHP by running either "php5" or "php7" command.
You should choose 4MServer if you need to compile programs.

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Old 09-21-2020, 08:29 PM   #3
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Hi,

I do not use Gibbon, so I have no idea if it's going to work under 4MLinux. However, all its dependencies seem to be fulfilled. Don't forget to enable PHP by running either "php5" or "php7" command.
You should choose 4MServer if you need to compile programs.

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Thanks for your answer! BTW, sorry for the late reply but been having some issues with my internet plus was reading and trying to get gibbon installed. Well, I did download 4MServer and tried to install in a VM using qemu but it got stuck at "booting kernel". I think it might be possible to install gibbon in TheSSS, however, some commands/procedures must be adapted, for instance, there's no /etc/apache2 but /etc/httpd/apache dir along with other things that need to be done TheSSS way for it to work. It's possible to install in CentOS so it must be possible to install in TheSSS too since they both share some similarities. I might be wrong though. In the meantime, I'm playing around with TheSSS, getting familiar with it, as a matter of fact, I'm witing this on links from TheSSS
 
  


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