Hi everyone, I just installed nextcloud on an Ubuntu 18.04 distro.
Everything seems to work correctly, but I see errors in the logs and I would like to correct them. I wouldn’t want it to have installed multiple versions of php during installation and this causes a problem:
Thanks to anyone who can give me suggestions for the solution
Maybe you didnt install php-apcu : sudo apt install php-apcu .
Did you have error in nextcloud overview settings ?
[quote=“bastien, post:2, topic:107453”]
sudo apt install php-apcu
[/quote]Thanks a lot, installing apc solved the problem for me. The nextcloud log is now clean.
at the same time, I have verified that I find errors in phpmyadmin when I click the import button:
Warning in ./libraries/plugin_interface.lib.php#551
count (): Parameter must be an array or an object that implements Countable
./libraries/display_import.lib.php#371: PMA_pluginGetOptions (
./libraries/display_import.lib.php#456: PMA_getHtmlForImportOptionsFormat (array)
./libraries/display_import.lib.php#691: PMA_getHtmlForImport (
./db_import.php#43: PMA_getImportDisplay (
Can I also omit or try to investigate?
I’m not familiar with phpmyadmin but on internet I found this. The first solution is to upgrade phpmyadmin. The second is to edit a php file -> I don’t advise this, very bad idea.
You solved my problems, first by installing apc and then by updating phpmyadmin.
You are great, thank you very much
You’re welcome, Glad to hear it