Re: PHP-8.0 SM shared calendars plugin

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On Thu, April 21, 2022 16:08, Paul Lesniewski wrote:

> Also check for things like SELinux context for the files and directories.
> It looks to me like some security/permissioning mechanism on your new
> server is preventing access to the files.

This is running a FreeBSD OS, there is no SELINUX or anything similar present.

> The Shared Calendars plugin has for a long time installed itself over the
> stock calendars directory.  Maybe your port changed that, you'd have to
> adjust as needed which is why I can't offer much more help.  The newer
> version of Shared Calendars no longer does that since is only created
> confusion.

calendar is installed to squirrelmail/plugins/calendar

shared_calendars is installed to squirrelmail/plugins/shared_calendars

Both are present.

> You completely left out the sudo part of the command which is the entire
> point.

sudo -u www tail /usr/local/www/squirrelmail/plugins/calendar/setup.php
 * Adds Calendar link to upper menu
 * @return void
function calendar() {
    echo "  \n";


sudo -u www tail /usr/local/www/squirrelmail/plugins/shared_calendars/setup.php

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



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