Did you restart apache?
Sorry this could be a long one...
I have been asked by the network manager to install Moodle for the school as a Trainee Task. This is to be done on my current Windows XP Pro SP2 machine and should have the newest versions of the required software available.
So far i have installed Apache v2.2, PHP v5.2 and MySQL v5.0.27
When i go to install Moodle though i get the same error every time which is... or you can see the attacthment
Session Auto Start
Magic Quotes Run Time
Insecure Handling of Globals
The GD library should be present to process and create images
The PHP memory limit is set quite low ... you may run into problems later.
Now i have changed all of the following in the php.ini file as of checking the installation manual found at http://docs.moodle.org/en/Install
the correct extension:- extension_dir = c:\php\ext
un-commented the GD extension :- [i]extension = php_gd2.dll[i]
and incresed the memory limit from 8mb to 16mb:- [i]memory_limit = 16M[i]
Did you restart apache?
thanks for the quick reply but yes i did restart the Apache service when i made any changes
Ok, I don't know then. I'm not familar with Apache/PHP on Win32.
In any case, those are not errors. They are simply warnings. You can carry on with the installation despite those issues.
Save yourself a lot of agro, and get an old PC and install a version of *nix on it.
..or run a *nix on vmware
I think he has already stated he has to use windoze...
I've always used EasyPHP for this on Windows (www.easyphp.org). It's easy to set up (one executable) and I've never had any issues. It doesn't come with the most recent versions of everything though.
I guess you could get it working with those and upgrade components as required.
tick tock tick tock - times a ticking :twisted:
Just go to the Moodle site and download the XAMPP version. All nicely packaged together an never fails - at least not for me.
thanks alot for that but have already tried it and it runs fine...tis nice all together but my network manager (mr d) wants a full install with full versions of apache, php and mysql
thanks for the reminder been playing with it all day again and still can't get it working fully and now i've broke Mysql :cry:
Surely this is cheating?
I'd demote him to tea making duties for the next 2 weeks.
Could it be any easier?Code:apt-get install moodle
you know you want to
.. Minion go get me tea/coffee :twisted:Originally Posted by Midget
Don't forget to document all your procedures and which files you edit etc :P
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