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PhalconException: IndexController handler class cannot be loaded

HI!

So I’ve been having a few issues with Phalcon on my ubuntu 14.04 x32 apache2 droplet. However I did finally get it installed, I now assume there is some settings either the .conf or .htaccess thats messing this up, i’m just a bit tired of not getting anywhere.

Its working perfectly fine on my local mamp apache2 server and all the configs are good to go on that end. And I can’t really find anything that’s helpful online, or at least I haven’t found the right place yet.

The different files:

default.conf:

<pre> <Directory /var/www/> Options Indexes FollowSymLinks MultiViews AllowOverride All Order allow,deny allow from all </Directory> </pre> 000-default.conf: http://pastebin.com/kVfiSav6 .htaccess: http://pastebin.com/GqTUDvnh

Any help would be appreciated!

  • Fredrik.
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It’s likely you’re not loading the module in php. You need to an ini file that loads the phalcon extension.

Create a file called /etc/php5/conf.d/phalcon.ini and this single line in the file extension = “phalcon.so

Make sure to restart apache. You can also check loaded modules via “php -m” command

Could you post the contents of your “public/index.php” ? I suspect that you need to replace this line: <pre> $url->setBaseUri(‘/project_name/’); </pre> with: <pre> $url->setBaseUri(‘/test/’); </pre> That assumes that your project is in /var/www/test