Re: PHP-8.0 SM shared calendars plugin

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On Thu, April 21, 2022 15:08, Paul Lesniewski wrote:
> If there are no typos in the config/config.php plugins[] entry for the
> plugin, then the web server may not be able to load the plugin file(s).
> Inspect the permissions for the plugin directory and files or manually
> test with something like this:
> $ sudo -u www-data tail /usr/share/squirrelmail/plugins/calendar/setup.php
> At the moment, I don't have any other suggestions, but to say that this is
> very likely going to be a site configuration issue and not a SquirrelMail
> bug.

I appreciate the help.  I have opened a bug report for the port as
shared_calendars is a FreeBSD package.

The Apache configuration is copied from the working installation with the ip
addresses altered to suit.

What is the relationship between
/usr/share/squirrelmail/plugins/calendar/setup.php and shared_calendars?

[root@webmail-1 ~]# tail /usr/local/www/squirrelmail/plugins/calendar/setup.php
 * Adds Calendar link to upper menu
 * @return void
function calendar() {
    echo "  \n";


This is the shared_calendars setup.php just in case this is what you actually

[root@webmail-1 ~]# tail

   include_once(SM_PATH . 'plugins/calendar/small_calendar.php');



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