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Re: mail/roundcube fails for PEAR

Markus Illenseer wrote:

Why doesn't php/roundcube find PEAR.php? PEAR-base-system itself is installed. Is there anything required in php.ini?

I found out, that php.ini requires an include path:
include_path = "/usr/pkg/lib/php"

Shouldn't the PEAR-package install such an include?


Markus Illenseer

This is actually a requirement of PEAR, not PHP:

[adrianp /usr/pkgsrc/lang/pear ]$ cat MESSAGE
$NetBSD: MESSAGE,v 2007/05/05 21:21:45 adrianp Exp $

In order to use PEAR packages you may want to alter the default
include_path of PHP to include the PEAR installation directory where the
packages are located.  To do this you need to edit the include_path
directive in your php.ini file:


Change the "include_path" directive to read as follows:

        include_path = ".:${PREFIX}/lib/php"

[adrianp /usr/pkgsrc/lang/pear ]$

In pkgsrc land we tend not to modify installed configuration files. In this case php.ini is already installed from the php package so the pear package just spits out this message.


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