>I am running fBSD 5.3-Release and have installed Horde via ports and am having
>trouble finding the pear search path to put in the php.ini include_path. When
>Horde was installed it installed PHP 4. If I bring up the Horde test.php page
>it shows the following under pear:
>PEAR Search Path (PHP's include_path):
>Recent PEAR: Yes
>Make sure you are using a recent version of PEAR which includes the Mail_RFC822
>You do not have the Mail_Mime package installed on your system. See the INSTALL
>file for instructions on how to install the package. THIS IS A REQUIRED MODULE!
>Make sure you are using a version of PEAR which includes the Log classes, or
>that you have installed the Log package seperately. See the INSTALL file for
>instructions on installing Log. THIS IS A REQUIRED MODULE!
>Make sure you are using a version of PEAR which includes the Net_Socket class,
>or that you have installed the Net_Socket package seperately. See the INSTALL
>file for instructions on installing Net_Socket.
>Horde requires the Date_Calc class for Kronolith to calculate dates.
>Horde will work without the Auth_SASL class, but if you use Access Control Lists
>in IMP you should be aware that without this class passwords will be sent to
>the IMAP server in plain text when retrieving ACLs.
>Parts of Horde (Jonah, the XML-RPC client/server) use the HTTP_Request library
>to retrieve URLs and do other HTTP requests.
>Horde will work without the File_CSV class, but there may be errors when
>importing some CSV files.
>Make sure you are using the Net_SMTP module if you want "smtp" to work as a
>Services_Weather is used by the weather applet/block on the portal page.
>I know these pear addons are installed because if i use the command line install
>command I am told they are installed. Also, the pear ports were installed.
>What should the correct path be under include_path in the php.ini to set this
>up correctly? Thanks