[horde] Many problems with installation
ballier at mail.schule.de
Fri Sep 29 18:20:03 UTC 2017
----- Nachricht von SZÉPE Viktor <viktor at szepe.net> ---------
Datum: Fri, 29 Sep 2017 09:57:56 +0200
Von: SZÉPE Viktor <viktor at szepe.net>
Betreff: Re: [horde] Many problems with installation
An: horde at lists.horde.org
> Idézem/Quoting Ralph Ballier <ballier at mail.schule.de>:
>> Apparently, it is difficult to give me a clue. Is there not an
>> alternative option to install horde? An installation without using
>> pear? That would help me already.
>> I would also be helped, if I would know, which files in horde/js
>> must be. How can it be that in the old installation completely
>> different and much more JS files are?
>> Every note is welcome.
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> Hello Ralph!
> An actual separation would be running Horde in a container, that
> would be totally clean.
> I use these to install Horde:
> - separate Linux user
> - separate PHP-FPM pool
> - separate Apache vhost
> - local PEAR instance
> When it comes to PECL extensions I use them from Debian packages
> You find some customization in
> Please report any errors you find.
> SZÉPE Viktor, honlap üzemeltetés
I did everything as you described it and it ran off without error messages.
Only the database tables I have not yet generated. You have written:
"# Create database tables
PHP_PEAR_SYSCONF_DIR = "/ home / horde / website" php -d
"include_path =.: / Home / horde / website / pear / php"
/ Home / horde / website / pear / horde-db-migrate "
Do I really create the tables? I thought "horde-db-migrate" is for
the transition from Horde 3 to Horde 4?
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