Hy, I'm using InstantRails for my RoR developments and it is really great. However I have a little problem since a few days. Here is the situation, I'm using InstantRails 2.0 with PHP 5.2.6 (I upgraded following the InstantRails procedure). I'm using MySQL as a database for my application but recently downloaded a forum (FluxBB) which need SQLite to work. My problem is that SQLite don't seem to work with my PHP instalation. I checked on various forum and nothing works (I activated the php_pdo and php_sqlite dlls in php.ini without result). So I'd like to know if someone could indicate me al the pathes in order to configure SQLite to works correctly with PHP and Apache in InstantRails... Contact me for more information (well I don't know if my explication is quite clear he). Have a good day, Olivier Rouhaud.
on 2008-10-17 12:02
on 2008-10-18 00:18
Is there something unique that SQLite has that forces you to use it with FluxBB? Could you just edit config/database.yml and make it use MySQL? If you have to use SQLite on InstantRails you might want to check out email@example.com (an InstantRails mail list). Good luck Norm
on 2008-10-19 01:34
Well actually yes, FluxBB only works with SQLite and I can't just update database.yml as FluxBB is not a Rails project, it's just a foro I wanna use ^^ Thanks for your answer by the way. Cheers, Olivier.
on 2008-10-19 01:42
On Sat, Oct 18, 2008 at 2:33 PM, CiriusMex <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > > Well actually yes, FluxBB only works with SQLite That's not what the FluxBB web site says; the second bullet point at the home page's top is "Supports MySQL, PostgreSQL and SQLite". And what does any of this have to do with Rails? It's a PHP app. If you're having problems getting it to work, there's got to be a better place (or probably places plural) to ask... FWIW, -- Hassan S. ------------------------ email@example.com
on 2008-10-24 19:17
I know it's a PHP app. The point is that I wan't to integrate it to a RoR application I workin' on and as I use InstantRails to develop I just wan't to integrate FluxBB directly as an InstantRails www app (so I don't have to install several times PHP, Apache and so on as they come with InstantRails yet)... Thanks for the information about MySQL, I didn't know, gonna check it right now. Olivier. On 18 oct, 16:42, "Hassan S." <firstname.lastname@example.org>