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'''Iodine''', also known as Intranet2, is the replacement system for the current [[Intranet]] web application. More information can be found at [http://iodine.tjhsst.edu/] and [http://forge.tjhsst.edu/iodine/].
 
'''Iodine''', also known as Intranet2, is the replacement system for the current [[Intranet]] web application. More information can be found at [http://iodine.tjhsst.edu/] and [http://forge.tjhsst.edu/iodine/].
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== PHP Issues ==
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Sometimes when PHP is upgraded on the server running Iodine (currently [[humboldt]]) the php.ini has to be changed because the path to the extensions changed (since we keep changing where we are getting PHP from). Change the line
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  extension_dir = "/usr/lib/php5/20050922/"
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To contain whatever directory actually exists in /usr/lib/php5/, and is the most recent.
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Also, note that the current PHP packages installed are from dotdeb.org, and are not official Debian ones. This is so we can get packages for the mcrypt and imap extensions, in packaged form easily. And, these packages also happen to be running a more recent version of PHP, which is good.

Revision as of 00:50, 18 January 2006

Iodine, also known as Intranet2, is the replacement system for the current Intranet web application. More information can be found at [1] and [2].

PHP Issues

Sometimes when PHP is upgraded on the server running Iodine (currently humboldt) the php.ini has to be changed because the path to the extensions changed (since we keep changing where we are getting PHP from). Change the line

 extension_dir = "/usr/lib/php5/20050922/"

To contain whatever directory actually exists in /usr/lib/php5/, and is the most recent.

Also, note that the current PHP packages installed are from dotdeb.org, and are not official Debian ones. This is so we can get packages for the mcrypt and imap extensions, in packaged form easily. And, these packages also happen to be running a more recent version of PHP, which is good.