I am new to Moodle and want to set up a localhost version of Moodle on my Windows OS. I basically want to develop some STACK questions on my local network and later export them onto the central Moodle server of my university.
So far, I have managed to get everything installed. The final bits of the STACK healthcheck read:
|Found, and using, Maxima in the following directory: C:/maxima-5.38.1/|
|OK||CAS returned data as expected. You have a live connection to the CAS.|
|OK||Correct and expected STACK-Maxima library version being used (2017082400).|
|CAS results are being cached in the database.|
I am using Moodle 3.3, Maxima 5.38.1 and STACK 4.0.1. The only issue here is that the GNUPlot graphs are not appearing. Instead, I get the following output in the healthcheck:
Stack auto-generated plot of "..." with parameters "...", where the same input information is within the ellipses.
The script further states: "If no errors are returned, but a plot is not displayed then one of the following may help. (i) check read permissions on the two temporary directories. (ii) change the options used by GNUPlot to create the plot. Currently there is no web interface to these options."
I believe this might have something to do with permissions and perhaps I can approach this first.
Would anyone know how I can change permissions to allow GNUPlot to function and save plots within server/moodledata/? Should I be editing a .php file directly or can the permissions be changed within the Windows OS?
I would appreciate any help on this, thank you so much!