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  1. The PEAR.php I have come from another PEAR installation. Its header is /** * PEAR, the PHP Extension and Application Repository * * PEAR class and PEAR_Error class * * PHP versions 4 and 5 * * LICENSE: This source file is subject to version 3.0 of the PHP license * that is available through the world-wide-web at the following URI: * http://www.php.net/license/3_0.txt. If you did not receive a copy of * the PHP License and are unable to obtain it through the web, please * send a note to license@php.net so we can mail you a copy immediately. * * @category pear * @package PEAR * @author Sterling Hughes <sterling@php.net> * @author Stig Bakken <ssb@php.net> * @author Tomas V.V.Cox <cox@idecnet.com> * @author Greg Beaver <cellog@php.net> * @copyright 1997-2006 The PHP Group * @license http://www.php.net/license/3_0.txt PHP License 3.0 * @version CVS: $Id: PEAR.php,v 1.97 2006/01/06 04:47:36 cellog Exp $ * @link http://pear.php.net/package/PEAR * @since File available since Release 0.1 */ Is it the correct file ? As I have said, when I put this file in the same directory as your go-pear.php file (ie, \diskw\home\admin\www\plugins\pear\), I still have the problem. Even, if I put a explicit mention of this path in the include_path variable of php.ini. And when I replace your go-pear.php file with the current one at http://go-pear.org I have this error message: Error Sorry! PEAR_Frontend_Web is not yet compatible with PEAR 1.4.x. A new version will be available soon. Until then, you may install the CLI version of PEAR, or grab the CVS version of PEAR_Frontend_Web via anonymous CVS (WARNING: experienced developers only) What can I do, now?
  2. So if I understand you well, I have to put the PEAR.php file in the w:\home\admin\www\plugins\pear directory. Am I right? I'm not sure I have the correct pear.php file (why don't you give a direct link: it's very difficult to find trace "pear.php" among all "pear.php.net" occurences) but I tried... downloaded it... put it in the above mentioned directory... stopped the server... restarted it again... launched the Install Pear process... and failed at exactly the same point...
  3. So, I've downloaded Uniform 3.3... But the pear installer crash at the point shown in the next lines. With the go-pear.php copied from go-pear.org, it's even worse! What do I have to do to have PEAR installed and its package manager up running ? |||||||... 70% |||||||||| 100% Downloading PHPUnit-1.3.2.tgz ... Starting installation ... Loading zlib: ok Downloading package: PEAR-stable......ok Downloading package: Archive_Tar-stable....ok Downloading package: Console_Getopt-stable....ok Downloading package: XML_RPC-stable....ok Downloading package: Pager............ok Downloading package: HTML_Template_IT....ok Downloading package: Net_UserAgent_Detect....ok Downloading package: PEAR_Frontend_Web....ok Bootstrapping: PEAR...................(remote) Found The document has moved here. Apache/1.3.34 Server at cvs.php.net Port 80 ok Bootstrapping: Archive_Tar............(remote) ok Bootstrapping: Console_Getopt.........(remote) ok Downloading package: DB...............ok Downloading package: Net_Socket.......ok Downloading package: Net_SMTP.........ok Downloading package: Mail.............ok Downloading package: XML_Parser.......ok Downloading package: PHPUnit..........ok Fatal error: Class 'PEAR' not found in W:\home\admin\www\plugins\pear\go_pear.php on line 668
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    HOWTO ~username ?

    Hi, I'm using a default installation of Uniserver 3.2a under WinXP. I'd like to create multiple user directories. I thought I just have to create /user1/, /user2/,... under the /home/ directory of the server but I can't access them neither with http://localhost/~user1/ nor with http://localhost/home/user1/. What do I have to do to configure such an arborescence ? Thanks in advance...
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    Hi, Facts ==== - I'm using WinXP. - I've downloaded and unzipped UniServer 3.2a. (d:\server\uniserver\) - Using the adminstration interface, I launched the go-pear script. - I've chosen not to installed the additional package and - I've accepted the default installation parameters. - Everything's fine (100% done) but the warning message: "Warning: Go-PEAR was not able to determine the URL to the newly installed Web Frontend of the PEAR Installer. Please access it manually. Since you specified the prefix, you should know how to do so." - I've checked the include_path variable in php.ini : it contains the path to PEAR. Objective ======= - I wish to launch the PEAR Package Manager Attempts ====== - With my browser I've tried to open these files: - http://localhost/W:/usr/local/Php/index.php => 403 FORBIDDEN - file://localhost/W:/usr/local/Php/index.php => unprocessed index.php - http://localhost/usr/local/Php/PEAR/index.php => 404 NOT FOUND - http://localhost/index.php => NOT FOUND - I thought the server might need a stop/start: - I've tried the same files but nothing changed Questions ======= - What did I do wrong? - What do I have to do? Many thanks in advance!
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