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Moodle & ProZ hosting (2 questions)
Thread poster: Igor Kreknin

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Jul 1, 2006

The first question is: may I use Moodle (http://moodle.org/) on ProZ servers?

I mean the load that can be created by this LMS (Learning Management System) and its necessary parameters:

1)
> GD version
> Caution
> The GD library should be present to process and create images

2)
> Memory Limit
> Caution
> The PHP memory limit is set quite low ... you may run into problems later.
> The PHP memory limit for your server is currently set to 8M.
> We recommend that you configure PHP with a higher limit if possible, like 16M.

3)
> database
> mysql
> version 4.1.16 is required and you are running 4.0.22

4)
> php_extension
> iconv
> is recommended to be installed/enabled
> Installing the optional ICONV library is highly recommended in order to improve site performance, particularly if your site is supporting non-latin languages.


> You must solve all the environmental problems (errors) found above before proceeding to install this Moodle version!


Can these parameters be changed according to the Moodle requirements?

Thanks.


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