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Re: roundcube (and/or PHP?) package installation
Dan Engholm wrote:
Perhaps I have missed some documentation, but I'm having a challenging
time installing roundcube on my NetBSD 4.0 box. I'm no pkgsrc newbie
but this package is troubling me.
Using "pkg_info roundcube," I was directed to the INSTALL file, which I
used to set up my mysql database. When I got to the step of running the
installer PHP script from my browser, no such directory existed on my
server. I manually extracted the directory from the original
distribution tarball and was able to run the installer/index.php script.
The next problem I ran in to was that the installer told me that Sockets
are NOT OK in the Checking PHP extensions section. I read the
information at the provided link at php.net and it looks like the
--enable-sockets configure option was not specified during the build of
the lang/php package. This option is apparently not handled by the
pkgsrc build process, so I would have to figure out how to manually
configure PHP with all of the options that pkgsrc usually supplies plus
sockets. I can certainly do this, but it seems like I'm getting further
off the trail.
What, if anything, have I missed in setting up roundcube? Has anybody
else successfully installed this package, and if so, what steps did you
If it *needs* sockets then you can install net/php-sockets. However, if
it's a requirement then it should be listed as a dependency and
installed when you install roundcube, clearly this isn't happening.
I've got a reminder in my inbox about an update to roundcube so I'll
look at the two issues you have mentioned here and see what I can fix in
In the meanwhile install net/php-sockets and modify your php.ini to add
the sockets extension and it should at least get you there . . . or wait
a few days till I update the package in HEAD with the right fix :)
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