Just can’t get this to work. All ways get PHP Module not installed and No database.
I got a screen shot of it on my google drive here.
I keep editing /etc/php/7.1/apache2/php.ini and 2 others 7.2 and 7.4 php.ini files.
Added this to them.
Because looked on Google for help and added one line at a time but seems like nothing helps.
I do restart Apache with service apache2 restart and refresh the ownCloud page and it gives me the errors in that screen shot link.
It’s a Ubuntu server here is a command line:
root@sg30:~# uname -a
Linux sg30 4.15.0-88-generic #88-Ubuntu SMP Tue Feb 11 20:12:47 UTC 2020 i686 i686 i686 GNU/Linux
It says i686 but it’s a 32-Bit CPU. so i386.
Ubuntu Linux 18.04.4 32-bit.
Looking on Google the links I did are all colored so I looked at them all ready.
If I look at web pages that tell how to install it. I did that like 3 times thinking it my work then. Then the screen shots they show is just log in not full a error’s like I get.
PHP 7.4 is not yet supported by ownCloud, use PHP 7.3 instead.
- Check which PHP packages are installed:
dpkg -l | grep php
- Make sure all modules required modules are installed in the desired PHP version.
- Make sure you’re not running PHP-FPM
- Find out which PHP version is currently active in Apache:
- Disable old versions of PHP in Apache
- Enable new version of PHP in Apache
- Find out which PHP is active in the CLI with the following command:
update-alternatives --display php
- Enable PHP version 7.3 by running
update-alternatives --config php
# Follow the interactive menu
- Restart apache
# If Syntax OK restart apache, otherwise correct mistakes
systemctl restart apache2
# Double check it really came back up
systemctl status apache2
- Go to ownCloud website, check if error persists.
- If yes create a phpinfo like so
echo "<?PHP phpinfo(); ?>" > /path/to/owncloud/info.php
- Go to http(s?)://owncloud.domain.tld/(subfolder/)info.php & check in the website which PHP with which modules is loaded
It might be that some PHP modules are not available for 32bit, as I vaguely remember 32bit support being discontinued for Ubuntu. But I’m unsure with which version they might stop 32bit support.