Install SuiteCRM (Customer Relationship Management) in Linux

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2 Responses

  1. Ulrich Moser says:

    Tried this on Ubuntu 16.04.2 server. First the apache package is now named apache2. Second libapache2-mod-php is missing which results in apache only showing the php code instead of the install wizard.

    After fixing both problems the wizard starts but on second screen says the the database drivers are not installed or not enabled. Following the hint to uncomment the extension in php.ini did not resolve the problem.

    No additional hints found to resolve this.

    • Ravi Saive says:

      @Ulrich,

      Thanks for your detailed findings, we’ve corrected the instructions as per your suggestion, and included installation instructions for apache2,libapache2-mod-php and php-mysql (database driver) in the article.

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