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TOPIC: Scan plugins not working on Linux/Redhat

Scan plugins not working on Linux/Redhat 3 months 13 hours ago #111878

I'm trying to load my new plugin, that autenticate user using Webservice, but I'm having trouble loading the plugin. I already upload the plugin folder to "/application/core/plugins/" but it doesn't appear on the Plugin Manager.
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Scan plugins not working on Linux/Redhat 2 months 4 weeks ago #111893

I already fixed by myself. The problem was the plugin file name.

Under windows 7 have: \application\core\plugins\AuthWS\Authws.php, it works on windows but on Linux, the plugin is not loading.

I was checking the file: \application\libraries\PluginManager\PluginManager.php, it says "// Directory name Example most contain file ExamplePlugin.php.", then I realize that the problem was the file name.

SOLUTION:
I renamed the file Authws.php to AuthWS.php, the same name as the parent directory, Now Linux Load it.
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