Tamara Temple <tamouse.li...@gmail.com> writes: > Csanyi Pal <csanyi...@gmail.com> wrote: >> Tamara Temple <tamouse.li...@gmail.com> writes: >> > Csanyi Pal <csanyi...@gmail.com> wrote: >> >> It is interesting.. that when I switch to English language for >> >> Moodle installation ( on the web interface ), then I get not this >> >> error, but if I switch back to Hungarian language for installation, I >> >> get it again. >> > >> > I am completely unfamiliar with Moodle, have no idea what it is or how >> > it works with I18n stuff. But, if it works in one language and not the >> > other, the problem probably isn't with curl, or necessarily with the >> > php configuration, either. >> >> It doesn't work in Englis language either, just at this step of Moodle >> installation on the web interface, it doesn't complain for the missing >> cURL extension. But, when I proceed with the installation in English >> language, I come to the step where it shows up again the missing cURL >> extension. > > Ah, I'm sorry, my misundertanding.
OK >> > When you switch to Hungarian, what are the actual errors you are >> > seeing? >> > Stick the log in a gist or pastebin so it doesn't get mangled by >> > email. >> >> I get no error message at this step of Moodle installation, when I use >> Hungarian language. >> >> >> The info.php file with the content of: >> >> <? >> >> phpinfo(); >> >> ?> >> >> >> >> should show the enabled cURL extension? >> > >> > I missed this one, somehow. >> > >> > Yes, exactly, the cURL module should show up on phpinfo() output. >> >> Well, the phpinfo() output doesn't show up the cURL module yet. >> >> I have the following directories and files in the >> >> /etc/php5/ directory: >> >> /apache2 directory with the content: >> php.ini file >> /conf.d subdirectory with the content: >> gd.ini >> .. >> xcache.ini >> >> But here I don't have >> curl.ini >> xmlrpc.ini >> >> and I think that that it should be here curl.ini, xmlrpc.ini >> >> Why is not here curl.ini? > > My ../apache2/conf.d directory is a symlink to the ../conf.d > directory. This might indeed be the problem. Yes. My system was Debian Squeeze and I just upgraded it to Debian Wheezy. Some configuration files and directories remains from Squeeze and probably cause this problem. > Not to make *your* ../apache2/conf.d a symlink, but to put symlinks > inside it to the .ini files you need in ../conf.d. Give that go, and > see? I'm sorry I'm not much better help -- this all came out of the box > the way I needed it and I didn't think about it much. Yes, that help me out. Now the phpinfo() funktion gives the cURL module enabled. >> /conf.d directory with the content: >> @10-pdo.ini >> @20-curl.ini >> .. >> @20-xmlrpc.ini >> ldap.ini >> >> /mods-available subdirectory with the files: >> curl.ini >> .. >> xmlrpc.ini >> >> /cgi directory >> /cli directory -- Regards from Pal -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php