dcowens76 at gmail.com
Mon Apr 20 13:22:21 NZST 2015
On 4/20/15 5:37 AM, Robin Sheat wrote:
> Daniel Owens schreef op vr 17-04-2015 om 10:13 [+0700]:
>> I followed the instructions at
> Did you do anything else? Because:
>> PHP Warning: PHP Startup: Unable to load dynamic library
>> '/usr/lib/php5/20090626+lfs/curl.so' -
>> /usr/lib/php5/20090626+lfs/curl.so: cannot open shared object f$
> These are PHP warnings, and neither the patch nor koha uses PHP. Unless
> you have a specific need for it, I'd recommend uninstalling PHP from
> your server (those paths also look weird to me, I suspect they're legacy
> from a dist-upgrade.) However, I doubt they're your actual problem.
I must have installed phpmyadmin. I have removed the package and its
dependencies, and all Apache errors have gone away.
>> [Thu Apr 16 11:27:42 2015] [error] an unknown filter was not added: includes
> This is more likely what the problem is. It suggests you've modified
> your apache config, possibly modifying/adding an 'AddOutputFilter'
> directive somewhere?
> There are probably two solutions to this:
> * fix the output filter directive to be what you really mean, or if it
> already is
> * enable the mod_includes module so that it works.
> You'll have to work out what the appropriate solution for your case is
> (don't just go with the easier one though, it might not be the correct
> <xyphoid> there is a Monkey Island west of invercargill - someone had
> carved GUYBRUSH THREEPWOOD WAS HERE on the lookout
I do not recall modifying any of the mods-enabled files, and nothing in
apache2.conf indicates any includes like that.
Furthermore, after a server restart, I see no errors at all in the
Apache error log.
Does anyone have any further suggestions? Aside from edits to the opac
interface that are available from within the Koha Administration
interface, about the only thing I have done to modify the original
installation is to enable it to be a z39.50 server.
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