Installation Problems right after php building

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by nagual, Oct 31, 2005.

  1. nagual

    nagual New Member

    Here is what it says. Any help would be appreciated.

    Installing PHP CLI binary: /root/ispconfig/php/bin/
    Installing PHP CLI man page: /root/ispconfig/php/man/man1/
    Installing PEAR environment: /root/ispconfig/php/lib/php/
    [PEAR] Archive_Tar: 'xml' PHP extension is not installed
    [PEAR] Console_Getopt: 'xml' PHP extension is not installed
    [PEAR] PEAR: 'xml' PHP extension is not installed
    [PEAR] HTML_Template_IT: 'xml' PHP extension is not installed
    [PEAR] Net_UserAgent_Detect: 'xml' PHP extension is not installed
    [PEAR] XML_RPC: 'xml' PHP extension is not installed
    Installing build environment: /root/ispconfig/php/lib/php/build/
    Installing header files: /root/ispconfig/php/include/php/
    Installing helper programs: /root/ispconfig/php/bin/
    program: phpize
    program: php-config
    program: phpextdist
    ln: `/root/ispconfig/php/php': File exists
    tar: /root/ispconfig/install_ispconfig/compile_aps/../binaries/aps.tar.gz: Cannot open: No such file or directory
    tar: Error is not recoverable: exiting now
    ERROR: Could not create aps.tar.gz
    ./compile: line 55: cd: /root/ispconfig/install_ispconfig/compile_aps: No such file or directory
     
  2. falko

    falko Super Moderator

    I guess you tried to install twice from the same directory. This doesn't work. You have to delete the old install_ispconfig directory first and unpack the ISPConfig tar.gz again. Before you run the installation again make sure you delete the directories /root/ispconfig and /home/admispconfig if they exist.
     
  3. nagual

    nagual New Member

    I notice that when I run the setup file it says at the beginning Debian 3.1. Is this okay to run on ubuntu? I believe ubuntu is based on debian so I think it would be, but if not, point me in the right direction.
     
  4. till

    till Super Moderator

    Thats OK, Ubuntu does identify itself as DEBIAN in the /etc/debian-release file.
     

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