[horde] Page_Open problem (and I read the FAQ)
doug.curtis at world-mail.org
Wed Apr 25 14:07:31 PDT 2001
I am running Redhat 7 and this is what I added to my php.ini file:
include_path = ".:/usr/local/phplib"
auto_prepend_file = "/usr/local/phplib/prepend.php3"
Of course, wherever you put phplib will be different but the syntax the same.
It took me so many tries of using " instead of ' or no quotes at all. Also,
don't forget to restart your webserver if php was compiled as a DSO.
Try it and see if it works for you.
Quoting Todd Aiken <taiken at ubishops.ca>:
> Hi list. This is absolutely driving me insane! My horde/test.php3 page
> is giving me a nice red "No" telling me that page_open is not defined.
> know that the FAQ says that it is because PHPLIB is not in the include
> path, but it IS according to phpinfo(). Is there anything else that can
> cause this error?
> Horde Versions
> Horde: 1.2.4
> IMP: 2.2.4
> PHP Version
> PHP Version: 4.0.4pl1
> PHP Major Version: 4
> PHP Minor Version: 4pl1
> PHP Version Classification: release
> You are running a supported release of PHP4. Enjoy the ride!
> PHP Module Capabilities
> IMAP Support: Yes
> LDAP Support: Yes
> MySQL Support: Yes
> PostgreSQL Support: No
> PHPLIB Configuration
> track_vars: Yes
> PHPLIB (is page_open() defined): No
> Miscellaneous PHP Settings
> magic_quotes_gpc set to Off: Yes
> magic_quotes_runtime set to Off: Yes
> In /usr/local/lib/php.ini:
> include_path = /var/lib/apache/phplib:.
> auto_prepend_file /var/lib/apache/phplib/prepend.php3
> track_vars on
> magic_quotes_gpc off
> According to phpinfo():
> Configuration File (php.ini) Path /usr/local/lib
> nclude_path /var/lib/apache/phplib:.
> What am I doing wrong?
> CU L8R...
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