In addition I get personal messages regularly on the same problem. Although I just request them to report back to this forum, it is still annoying. This one is from yesterday:
I'm equally going through a closely similar hell over here. Wanted to test
moodle on my ubuntu 10.10 DKT. So did install from the CLI by issuing sudo
apt-get install moodle. Unfortunately, this installed ver. 1.9.4 which is not
compatible with PHP ver 5.3.x. This means that I can't edit anything on my
moodle site. I've tried all the workarounds from various moodle documentations
(CLI upgrade) but in vain.
- we request the maintainer of the Moodle Debian package to remove "moodle" and replace it with "moodle19", "moodle20", etc. where all these should be the most recent stable (minor) versions of Moodle.
- the documenters here correct the wiki pages accordingly
- the maintainer must remove the package from Debian repositories completely
- the documenters remove "apt-get install moodle" from the wiki.
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