I ran an older version of GEDView for a considerable period with no problems. However my ISP determined that it had a vulnerablity and killed it (just GEDView, not the database I had accumulated)
I decided to attempt to resurect it in support of the family reunion planned for later this year.
I uploaded the latest version and attempted to run configuration but I get the following error message when I attempt it:
Fatal error: Class 'PDOException' not found in /home/hobbit/public_html/FamilyHistory/includes/classes/class_pgv_db.php on line 712
I checked on the basics and came up with the following
SERVER_SOFTWARE = Apache/2.2.17 (Unix) mod_ssl/2.2.17 OpenSSL/0.9.8e-fips-rhel5
PHP Version 5.2.17
MySQL client version: 5.1.56
PHP extension: mysql
ISP PHP configuration
Command './configure' '-enable-bcmath' '-enable-calendar' '-enable-dbase' '-enable-ftp' '-enable-libxml' '-enable-magic-quotes' '-enable-mbstring' '-enable-pdo=shared' '-enable-sockets' '-enable-ucd-snmp-hack' '-enable-zip' '-prefix=/usr/local' '-with-bz2' '-with-curl=/opt/curlssl/' '-with-gd'
It appears that PDO is enabled, do I need to do something to enable the class? Do I need to add something to my PHP.ini file?
Thanks in advance
Sorry for the delay in responding.
Your situation is confusing - it seems that something is wrong with your PHP installation.
I'm no PHP expert, but a bit of googling leads me to suspect that your ISP may have compiled PHP without the -with-pdo-mysql=shared directive, required when shared PDO is enabled.
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