I've installed BASE 1.2.6 on Suse Linux. as i wanted to see graphs, i got a message that i need Image_Graph to be installed on my PC, I have done it, then I got the same message, after that i copied the file Images into Base directory and now...I don't get any messages(!!!), and still no graph(!!!).
I suppose i should check some paths somewhere...the question is: what paths and where???
or what should i do ???
I appreciate any help.
and I have checked in base_graph_common.php: there is a line, that it tries to locate Image/Graph.php..., but I am not good in PHP and i cannot exactly understand, where does it look for Image/Graph.php
and one more question: do i need to include ('Image/Graph.php') somewhere??? if yes, then can anyone tell me where exact???
please give me any answer: I am busy with all this for a long time...
Were you able to solve this issue, I have ran into the same issue with suse 10.0
I'm not sure this will be of any help but, I tried to make a graph and got the message the I needed to check the Pear::Image_Graph module. I went to the site http://pear.php.net/package/Image_Graph/download and downloaded the latest Image_Graph. After reading the readme file I saw that from the command line (Terminal, Mac OS 10.4) I could do sudo pear install Image_graph-alpha. I tried this and got the message it couldn't find 'gd'. I did a search on 'gd' and found a place that said not to use the pear that came with my system but to use the one in the php directory. So, I did a sudo /usr/local/php5/bin/pear install Image_graph. I then got the message it needed Image_Canvas .... and Image_Canvas needed Image_Color. Finally, I did ...
sudo /usr/local/php5/bin/pear install Image_Color
sudo /usr/local/php5/bin/pear install Image_Canvas-alpha
sudo /usr/local/php5/bin/pear install Image_Graph-alpha
and it works.
Glad to hear it works now... Thanks for the update....
I solved my problem by using "pear5 install" on the command line to install the packages.
I am using php5 version 5.1, base 1.3.5, adodb-4.9.4. on SUSE-10.
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