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beewee

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Hi, after installing the CVS version I got this error:

Warning: main(HTTP/Request.php): failed to open stream: No such file or directory in /usr/home/outdoorman/domains/outdoormania.nl/system/classes/syndication/parserfactory.class.php on line 31

Fatal error: main(): Failed opening required 'HTTP/Request.php' (include_path='.:/usr/local/lib/php') in /usr/home/outdoorman/domains/outdoormania.nl/system/classes/syndication/parserfactory.class.php on line 31


The HTTP/Request line in this file seems odd to me, but I'm no developer...
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Try going here and downloading the pear packages then install them in your path_to_gl/system/pear/ folder and set "$_CONF['have_pear'] = false;". Or if you have pear on your server you can set "$_CONF['have_pear'] = true;" and that should work.
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You are missing the HTTP pear packages. If you have a debian server and use apt-get you won't get them. It would be interesting to know how many servers have all the pear libraries, instead of a small select list.
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beewee

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Yep, thanks, it works fine now with the downloaded PEAR files (on a FreeBSD server BTW)!
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stealthman

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I was getting the same error:
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PHP Warning:  main(HTTP/Request.php)
 [<a href='function.main'>function.main</a>]:
 failed to open stream: No such file or directory in /usr/share/pear/SOAP/WSDL.php on line 27
PHP Fatal error:  main() [<a href='function.require'>function.require</a>]:
 Failed opening required 'HTTP/Request.php' (include_path='.:/usr/share/pear')
 in /usr/share/pear/SOAP/WSDL.php on line 27

 

but I had installed the HTTP pear package. It turns out I needed to also install the HTTP_Request package. Hope that helps someone.
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Quote by stealthman: but I had installed the HTTP pear package. It turns out I needed to also install the HTTP_Request package. Hope that helps someone.

Hmm, the HTTP:Request package is part of the PEAR tarball that's available for download from the CVS page.

Are you sure you had your $_CONF['have_pear'] set correctly?

bye, Dirk
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barrywong

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Hello everyone...

I am running Geeklog 1.3.11 (with PEAR setting on config.php = "$_CONF['have_pear'] = true;".) without any problems. I installed the latest Geeklog 1.4.0 on the same server and encountered the following error when I set PEAR setting to "true" as well. This is the error message:


Warning: main(HTTP/Request.php): failed to open stream: No such file or directory in path_to_gl/system/classes/syndication/parserfactory.class.php on line 31

Fatal error: main(): Failed opening required 'HTTP/Request.php' (include_path='.:/php/includes:/usr/share/pear') in path_to_gl/system/classes/syndication/parserfactory.class.php on line 31


However, when I set config.php to "$_CONF['have_pear'] = false;". the problem disappears.

I reinstalled PEAR(http://www.geeklog.net/nightly/geeklog-pear.tar.gz) on to path_to_gl/system/pear/as suggested but the problem is still there.

drshakeagee suggested
Try going here and downloading the pear packages then install them in your path_to_gl/system/pear/ folder and set "$_CONF['have_pear'] = false;". Or if you have pear on your server you can set "$_CONF['have_pear'] = true;" and that should work.


Because Geeklog1.3.11 works with the same setting while Geeklog1.4.0 doesn't, I am wondering if there is a bug?

Any comments? Thank you.
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destr0yr

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Is this the actually error message?
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Warning: main(HTTP/Request.php): failed to open stream: No such file or directory in path_to_gl/system/classes/syndication/parserfactory.class.php on line 31
 


If so, you haven't edited a config file - the path_to_gl still exists.
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barrywong

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Quote by destr0yr:
If so, you haven't edited a config file - the path_to_gl still exists.


Thank you destr0yer for responding. Yes. That is the error message.

Sorry, but can you please clarify..
I amended line 136 of config.php and changed "false" for "true". Should I
rem out line 140:
$_CONF['path_pear'] = $_CONF['path_system'] . 'pear/';

I tried that but it didn't work. Everytime I added a new article, the above 2 errors - Warning and Fatal errors would return. What am I missing?

Is this there something else that I am missing? Sorry for being so dense. Banging your head

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Quote by barrywong: Is this there something else that I am missing? Sorry for being so dense.

I assume this has been sorted out now (cf. this thread)?

bye, Dirk
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Thank you Dirk for explaining.
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