SqLite3 and json_encode() fault


deHakkelaar it has dropped in. Thank you very much.

If it is not to much trouble could you summarise what you think the issue was so i have a better understanding?




Its just a warning :wink:

Not sure, got stuck in versions and dependencies.
Other software installs might have done something like I noticed remnants of Apache.


deHakkelaar thank you again.

I had been running it as a web server a while ago and also as a VPN server.

you are a legend!!!

Which comment should i mark as the resolution?

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This was probably solution:

sudo apt purge php7.0-json php7.0-sqlite3

sudo apt install php7.0-json php7.0-sqlite3

sudo apt install --reinstall php7.0-cli php7.0-cgi

sudo phpenmod json sqlite3

sudo service lighttpd restart


EDIT: For others that read this, it probably is sufficient to purge only the php7.0-json & php7.0-sqlite3 packages using dpkg -P and not pulling down other dependencies when running apt purge:

sudo dpkg -P php7.0-json php7.0-sqlite3

And try reinstall the two:

sudo apt install --reinstall php7.0-json php7.0-sqlite3

And proceed with the other steps above.

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