Solved Installing UVdesk on a Raspberry Pi
Hi, I'm pretty new to linux itself and I've tried to install UVdesk with the composer command on a Raspberry Pi with Raspberry PI OS Lite (64bit) as operating system. Unfortunately it did not work out as expected and gave me a few errors instead. I did install the up-to-date version of php (7.4) and the php extensions -intl -xsl and -gd but it keeps giving me the same error: To enable extensions., verify that they are enabled in your .ini files:
I did try to find options to enable those extensions but the part I uncommended in the php.ini (1st in the list) didn't change anything at all.
Additionally it also propts me to install a few components aswell:
- uvdesk/mailbox-component 1.2.x-dev is an alias of uvdesk/mailbox-component dev-master and thus requires it to be installed too.
- uvdesk/mailbox-component[dev-master, v1.1.0, ..., 1.2.x-dev] require php-mime-mail-parser/php-mime-mail-parser ^7.0.0 -> satisfiable by php-mime-mail-parser/php-mime-mail-parser[7.0.0, 7.1.0, 7.1.1, 7.1.2].
- php-mime-mail-parser/php-mime-mail-parser[7.0.0, ..., 7.1.2] require ext-mailparse * -> it is missing from your system. Install or enable PHP's mailparse extension.
- Root composer.json requires uvdesk/mailbox-component ^1.1 -> satisfiable by uvdesk/mailbox-component[v1.1.0, ..., 1.2.x-dev (alias of dev-master)].
And I really don't know where to get those from. Has anyone dealt with those problems or used a less problematic way to install UVdesk on a Raspberry Pi 4B?
Many thanks in advance
About how to install UVdesk you can read the following post:
Hi, thanks for the quick reply.
Didn't really look into the php versions tbh, just assumed the operating system would use the newest stable release. Good to know that it's not always the case The new and proper version of php fixed all problems with the installation command, so thank you very much for your help and for the link to the setup guide
@TimFL you are welcome, glad to hear that helped.