[1.3.0-RC-7] Some issues
When installing on a Debian stable (8.5):
Skipping package: php5-bcmath...............................(Does not exist)
When I try to deploy a snapin on computer that as no attached snapin:
Thank you for your work!
@Tom-Elliott Thanks, that’s ok with RC8 :)
Addresses the “strange” display issue in the case a host has no snap-ins. Should work similarly for groups as well.
I’ve made the suggestions but only make the “php5-bcmath” element installable for the Ubuntu variants. This is only going to be enforced in ubuntu variants and should not be enforced in debian variants. I don’t know if this will fix the issue you’re describing so please try applying the patch as displayed and see if it helps you get further in the process. I have not addressed the no snapin issue you’re seeing yet.
No problem. Debian stable can’t use php7 with default repository.
I think is not necessary on current stable but maybe for stretch (next stable).
Ubuntu is “based” on Debian testing repo, php-bcmath may be necessary for him?
I wonder if we actually need to install php-bcmath on debian based systems??
The only reason it was added was for multi-node systems that have one or more 32-bit nodes in the mix. For stand-alone servers it’s not necessary, and for all 64-bit fog-systems it’s not necessary. I know Tom changed around how image size was calculated locally, and those changes might rely on bcmath, not sure.
Seems like in the old days bcmath was included in the the php module already: https://packages.debian.org/en/jessie/libapache2-mod-php5
The following extensions are built in: bcmath …
Looking a bit closer at the package php-bcmath in debian stretch as well as ubuntu xenial I see that there is not even a library file but only informal stuff in those. I wonder if we actually need to install php-bcmath on debian based systems??
Is there any chance that we can get you to either upgrade debian or switch to ubuntu 14.04 or 16.04?
Edit: scratch that, 8.5 is the latest release of Debian (sorry I’m a rhel guy). Does debian 8.5 use php7 instead of php5?