Problem installing limesurvey on centos: bounce control does not work

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4 years 7 months ago - 4 years 7 months ago #84738 by fransmarcelissen
I have a problem installing limesurvey (1.92) on centos (6.3).
At first, after installing on centos, sending mail did not work. I use an external smtp server with a login code. The problem appeared to be selinux, that disables sending emails (! How the hell......). This problem was corrected with the command "setsebool httpd_can_sendmail=on".
However, now bounce control does not work. When I check bouncers, the check never ends. The errorlog does not display anything. I suspect this has also to do with selinux.
Has anyone succeeded in successfully installing limesurvey on centos? Or does anyone know what could be the problem?
Last Edit: 4 years 7 months ago by fransmarcelissen.

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4 years 6 months ago #85531 by fransmarcelissen
Hi,
Unfortunately I did not recieve any reaction. So probably no-one uses centos? I thought it was one of the post popular linux distributions.
A smart colleage of mine found the solution: php-imap was not installed. So apparantly centos does not automatically install php-imap with php. Before I used ubuntu, and probably ubuntu installs php-imap automatically with php.
Can't it be considered a bug that limesurvey does not give an errormessage when a php module is missing? I think this should be checked automatically when installing limesurvey.
Frans

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4 years 6 months ago #85539 by DenisChenu
Installation system only in 2.0 version, not in 1.92.

And we can't do "Admin sys" job for all web server installation. There are difference betwwen Debian/Centos/OpenSuze/Fedora/Ubuntu/LFS/Toutou/ .... ;)


Denis

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