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Having gotten past BUG#202, I ran into another unexpected error – my lack of PDO extensions in PHP.
I managed to enable the extensions (after Googling for advice on how to), so my suggestions for this stage is this.
1. Use the PHPInfo data (through a buffer) to determine the Server Platform and whether PHP has been compiled with PDO extensions.
This will mean that the user need only be shown the instructions for their relevant platform – No point a Windows Server user seeing instructions for Unix.
2. [Unix](For) Extract the ‘php.ini’ file location from the PHPInfo data and advise the user to edit it using a command like
Tell the user to find the lines initialising other extensions and to add the following:
Providing this information straight-up and without expecting the User to investigate how to execute the steps described in somewhat misleading text (ie in Unix, you drup the “php_” prefix of the extensions) would be great.
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