[horde] Installation Help

Thomas O'Brien thomas at creativebusinessystems.com
Sun Oct 10 10:49:33 PDT 2004

Looking at the output of test.php there are a number of PEAR modules 
that aren't
installed. You might want to start there.


Quoting "H. Carter Harris" <carter-lists at technettn.net>:

> I can't get the Administration==>Configuration screen described in several
> documents on horde.org.
> I used the HordeHEADHowTo from the wiki to download and setup the modules I
> wanted on Friday.  Output from test.php is copied below:
> -----Begin Test.php output
> Horde Version
> Horde: 3.0-cvs
> Horde Applications
> Accounts: 3.0-cvs (run Accounts tests)
> Forwards: 3.0-cvs
> Giapeto: 0.1-cvs (run Giapeto tests)
> Hermes: 0.1-cvs
> Horde: 3.0-cvs
> Imp: 4.0-cvs (run Imp tests)
> Jonah: 0.1-cvs (run Jonah tests)
> Klutz: 1.0-cvs
> Kronolith: 2.0-cvs
> Mnemo: 2.0-cvs
> Nag: 2.0-cvs
> Passwd: 3.0-cvs
> Turba: 2.0-cvs (run Turba tests)
> Ulaform: 0.1-cvs (run Ulaform tests)
> Vacation: 3.0-cvs
> Whups: 1.0-cvs
> PHP Version
> View phpinfo() screen
> View loaded extensions
> PHP Version: 4.3.4
> PHP Major Version: 4.3
> PHP Minor Version: 4
> PHP Version Classification: release
> You are running a supported version of PHP.
> PHP Module Capabilities
> Ctype Support: Yes
> DOM XML Support: Yes
> FTP Support: Yes
> GD Support: Yes
> Gettext Support: Yes
> Iconv Support: Yes
> IMAP Support: Yes
> LDAP Support: Yes
> Mbstring Support: Yes
> MCAL Support: Yes
> Mcrypt Support: Yes
> MIME Magic Support: No
> The fileinfo PECL module is recommended for use with Horde as it will
> provide faster MIME Magic lookups. See horde/docs/INSTALL for information on
> how to install PECL extensions.
> MySQL Support: Yes
> OpenSSL Support: Yes
> PostgreSQL Support: No
> XML Support: Yes
> Zlib Support: Yes
> Miscellaneous PHP Settings
> magic_quotes_runtime disabled: Yes
> memory_limit disabled: No
> If PHP's internal memory limit is turned on and if not set high enough Horde
> will not be able to handle large data items (e.g. large mail attachments in
> IMP). If possible, you should disable the PHP memory limit by recompiling
> PHP without the "--enable-memory-limit" flag. If this is not possible, then
> you should set the value of memory_limit in php.ini to a sufficiently high
> value (Current value of memory_limit: 8M).
> file_uploads enabled: Yes
> safe_mode disabled: Yes
> session.use_trans_sid disabled: Yes
> Required Horde Configuration Files
> config/conf.php: Yes
> config/html.php: Yes
> config/mime_drivers.php: Yes
> config/nls.php: Yes
> config/prefs.php: Yes
> config/registry.php: Yes
> PHP Sessions
> Session counter: 1
> To unregister the session: click here
> PEAR Search Path (PHP's include_path):  .:/usr/lib/php/:/usr/share/pear/
> PEAR: Yes
> Recent PEAR: Yes
> Mail_RFC822: Yes
> Mail_Mime: Yes
> Log: Yes
> DB: Yes
> Net_Socket: Yes
> 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 (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: Yes
> Services_Weather: No
> Services_Weather is used by the weather applet/block on the portal page.
> ----- End Test.php output
> When I try to execute the default, I never get the screen referenced several
> times that allows me to configure the system.  Most of the modules, have
> config.xml files but I need the Administration-->Configuration screen that
> allows me to do use the conf.xml file.
> I would appreciate any suggestions.
> Carter
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