Re: Squirrelmail does not load after upgrade for Fedora 35, ISE 500

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On Tue, January 4, 2022 10:17 pm, Robert Kudyba wrote:
> On Tue, Jan 4, 2022 at 5:02 PM Paul Lesniewski <paul@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> wrote:
>> On Tue, January 4, 2022 9:49 pm, Robert Kudyba wrote:
>> >> PHP 8.0.14, with squirrelmail-1.4.23-6.fc34.20190710.noarch alas on
>> >> Fedora
>> >> > 35. First I don''t see a F35 RPM.
>> >>
>> >> With PHP 8 you're probably going to need a newer version of
>> >> SquirrelMail.
>> >
>> > Does that mean having to compile from source?
>> PHP is not a compiled language.  It's just a matter of putting the
>> source
>> code on your server.  It is possible that you could grab a tarball of
>> 1.4.23-svn from our website and unpack that right on top of what you
>> have,
>> but that could get messy depending what the RPM author did or did not do
>> with the source or configuration.  Try placing the new tarball in a
>> parallel directory, copy over the configuration and plugins, and see how
>> that goes.
> Right, duh of course. So putting them in a place like
> /usr/share/squirrelmail2 would be ok. Do I just re-run Which
> files
> hold the settings?

Yes, you can re-run or just copy over config.php from your other
installation and most things will probably work fine assuming the RPM
isn't heavily modified.  Sometimes there can be custom configuration
changes in config_local.php as well.  Once copied over, you can still run to make changes from there.

>> > I enabled logging in /etc/php.ini now I see *Fatal error*: Array and
>> > string
>> > offset access syntax with curly braces is no longer supported in
>> > */usr/share/squirrelmail/functions/strings.php* on line *634*
>> That error indicates that in fact you need a newer version of
>> SquirrelMail
> Will the new version you mentioned fix these?


Paul Lesniewski
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