On ubuntu 16.04LTS, with apache2, php7 and Mysql lastversion I get this error.

Other php-mysql application run and were installed without error (joomla as example)

Seams to be specific with web2project

Installation successfull on ubuntu 14.04 and php 5

any ideas ?

thx

asked 25 Jul '16, 13:02

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Btw, PHP 7 support is now in a patch and should be rolled into the core system soon:

https://github.com/web2project/web2project/pull/300

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answered 26 Dec '16, 02:16

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not sure Keith tested this already for php 7.\nWhich mysql version do you have? did you search this forum for php 7? Klaus
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answered 31 Jul '16, 15:30

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for mysql\nmysql Ver 14.14 Distrib 5.7.13, for Linux (x86_64) I also see that in the include dir, the file db_adodb.php as a line \"require_once (W2P_BASE_DIR . '/lib/adodb/adodb.inc.php');\"\nIn that path on ubuntu 16.04 I don't have this library thx
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answered 01 Aug '16, 03:17

this looks like a w2p file? why should it be there on one installation and not the other? It is the same web2project. Maybe re-download or copy the file over from the other installation?

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No return about php7 compatibility and Mysql Support ?\nthx
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answered 10 Aug '16, 13:08

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answered 10 Aug '16, 13:08

I've upgraded one of my development VM's to Ubuntu 16.04.1 LTS which is running PHP7. I have W2P running under Maria DB rather than Musql. Only issue seen so far is lack of gantt chart display (php debug shows odd issues but not too bad). I'm experimenting with moving jpgraph up to latest version so I can get gantt displays back as these are important visualisation. Current errors with this are around font parameters but minimal traces. Cheers, Sasquatch
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