Sur Wed, Jun 20, 2001 at 07:21:11AM -0700, Steffen Porthun skribis:
> I installed squirrelmail 1.1.1 on our server and we
> are quite happy with it. Now people have asked me to
> install a spell checker. I tried SquirrelSpell 0.3.1.
> Whatever garbage I type into Squirrelmail
> SquirrelSpell doesn't complain. The SquirrelSpell
> manual says that that happens when the directory where
> ispell is in is not in the PHP path. I don't know a
> thing about PHP. Can anybody tell me how to set the
> path for PHP or where to put ispell and the
> dictionaries so that PHP can find them?=20
OK, firstly for 1.1.1 you want to have SquirrelSpell 0.3.5. To configure=20
ispell, edit sqspell_config.php (don't forget to move the .dist to .php),=
and follow the instructions in it. In other words, just edit the=20
SQSPELL_APP line and change "ispell -a" to "/usr/bin/ispell -a".
If this doesn't work for you, it's worth checking if your PHP is compiled=
with odd settings like safe mode, which only allows binaries from certain=
locations to be executed.
0> Konstantin ("Icon") Riabitsev
/ ) Duke University Physics Sysadmin