[horde] Upgrading from 3 to 4

Vilius Šumskas vilius at lnk.lt
Sat Sep 24 10:02:41 UTC 2011


Saturday, September 24, 2011, 3:05:29 AM, you wrote:

> Quoting Vilius ?umskas <vilius at lnk.lt>:

>> This   still  means that you have to debug why framework is not loaded
>> yourself.  Check apache configuration, PHP configuration, .htaccess
>> files, other usual places for include_path problems...

> Yes, I know.  I have been trying to do that for two days now.  I have
> checked php.ini for apache and for cli, and set to the path for  
> Horde.php (/usr/share/php).  As far as I can tell, everything is in  
> that directory, the PEAR dir, PEAR.php the Horde dir... I cannot find
> any mention of any path that is incorrect in any of my apache config  
> files, php.ini(s) or in my .htaccess.

> I am new to this whole method of installing horde (through PEAR), so I
> don't even know exactly what I'm looking for.  It is tough to diagnose
> something when you don't know what it is supposed to look like, and  
> how it is supposed to behave normally.  The log file isn't giving  
> anything useful here (not to me anyway, to a developer maybe).

> I could use a little insight from someone with some experience here.

As  Jan  already  pointed  out  you  should install Horde 4 into empty

If you still get a blank screen, include_path problem it is. Generally
if  you are installing into global PEAR directory you should not touch
php.ini  or  any  other  files. Everything should work out of the box.
The  include  path  you've  set  is  at least wrong because it doesn't
include  current  directory  ".".  On  most  systems  the  default  is
".:/usr/share/pear" or ".:/usr/share/php".

Best regards,

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