View Full Version : PHP 5 is STILL not supported
As we've said all along, 2.0 is not guaranteed / certified to work with PHP 5.
If you must lodge questions when you are using PHP 5 then at least tell us.
12-01-06, 08:58 AM
Honestly... why would you want it anyways... isn't there enough to deal with already...
01-03-06, 09:55 PM
I'm running dotProject 2.0.1 (ZIP download archive) with Apache2+PHP5.1.1+Mysql4.1 under WindowsXP-SP2 (local development environment; for this I had to setup and configure in dotProject an external SMTP account to get mailing features running) and SuSe Linux 9.1 (self-compiled, SSL-connection).
Got no PHP5-related problems in standard configuration, let alone the header-dealing bug, when downloading files with MS Internet Explorer over SSL; for more info see my "Header-Dealing" related message in forum "Installation".
thx4all : Michael
Thank you for the information,
I'm using Apache/2.0.54 (Win32) PHP/5.0.4 and mysql 4.1.7, yes it is true, the dot project does not work properly, when I want to log in to it is always says that I must enable my browser (using fire fox) cookies, in fact it is already enabled.
It's still any chance to make the dotproject 2.1-rc2, work under php5?
2.1rc2 is supposed to work under php5 - do you have other issues other than just not being able to login?
The message about cookies is informational and always on the front screen.
Are you able to login with the standard admin username / password?
Browser cookies info and possible solution if you can login as admin but not as another user:
19-10-07, 08:43 PM
I'm running 2.1-rc2 under PHP 5.2.4, MySQL 5.0.45 and Apache 2.2.6. The installation has been used for one month (daily use), with 6 - 7 users and we haven't had any problems yet.
dotProject 2.1.1 is now php5 and MySQL 5 compatible
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