I installed the LTi provider plugin on Windows and had great success. Now I have installed the same on a Centos m/c.
All seems ok and I can generate a secret and url with id.
Haven't yet set up OAuth so went to moodle/local looking for the ltiprovider directory structure I had seen on the Windows install. However it is not present. Thus I cannot edit ./local/ltiprovider/ims-blti/OAuth.php
On Unix (Centos):
[E2Admin@MoodleLMS local]$ ls
ltiprovider readme.txt upgrade.txt
I've set debug to max but no messages, warnings or errors during installation but as I say it generates secrets and the id for the url ok.
Anyone have any thoughts why this directory structure is missing on Centos but present on Windows?
Or if you have a Unix install if you also do not have this structure?
Cheers and tx for any thoughts