[horde] Continued Installation difficulties

Rob Brandt bronto at csd-bes.net
Sun Jan 5 08:31:09 PST 2003

Hmmm, I want to verify this.  I think it's OK, but since there are
various "pear" ("PEAR") folders I'm not sure.

phpinfo() says my include path is /usr/local/lib/php.  In that
directory there is a whole bunch of files that came with the pear
distribution, including a directory named PEAR.  In that directory
there is a file named installer.php.

So is the right location for installer.php:


?  Or are these files installed one directory level too high?


> Rob Brandt wrote:
>>It says that I have PEAR installed, but not a recent version.
>>This seems strange to me, because I just upgraded to php 4.2.3.
>>No matter, if it's old it's old.  I've gone to the Horde PEAR
>> page and downloaded the 'approved' PEAR and uploaded it to my
>> server.  Still it says it's too old.  Interestingly, I found
>> two locations on my server where these PEAR files are,
>> /usr/local/lib/php and
>>/usr/share/pear.  I have uploaded the new pear files to both
>>locations, but it's still too old.  How do I tell which PEAR is
>>being used?
> Rob,
>   PEAR will be looked for in BASE_PHP_DIR/PEAR. If PHP is
> configured to
> use /usr/local/lib/php as its base include path, then the
> /usr/local/lib/php/PEAR directory will be the one used.
>   Check phpinfo for a --with-config-file-path option in the
> Configure
> Command section. If there isn't one, then I believe
> /usr/local/lib/php  is the default.
> Chris Shepherd

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