PEAR & web-cyradm

Edward Rudd eddie at
Sun Dec 22 04:53:45 EST 2002

You need to make sure the directory where the PEAR files are is in the
php include path... it it's not then make sure the you add it in your
php.ini or apache conf files..
Also make sure you have a recent enough version of PEAR that is required
by web-cyradm.  I'm running RH 7.3 php rpms and those work fine..

On Sat, 2002-12-21 at 23:25, Yann Debonne wrote:
> RH-7.3
> php-v4.2.2
> cyrus-v2.1.9
> web-cyradm-v0.5.1
> Upon logging into web-cyradm I get an error that is indeed covered in Luc's 
> FAQs:
> -----------------
> 11.1.3.  I got a error from web-cyradm like this
> * Fatal error: Call to undefined function: query() in
> /usr/local/httpd/htdocs/web-cyradm/ on line 17*
> Web-cyradm depends on PEAR for database abstraction. PEAR is included
> in recent PHP versions. Often PEAR is a separate package, check out the
> package base of your distribution. I strongly suggest to update to the
> most recent version of PHP anyway, because a lot of bugs have been
> fixed.
> -----------------
> Problem is, I have pear installed, but don't know how to tie the two 
> together?  Should I be adding something into php's config file before 
> compiling (I'm using ApacheToolBox)?  I also tried setting 
> 'register_globals=on' in /usr/local/lib/, but that didn't change 
> anything.
> Thanks,
> Yann
Edward Rudd <eddie at>

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