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|0000186||Server||Server||public||2020-08-22 10:57||2020-08-22 12:57|
|Summary||0000186: Modules loading issue|
|Description||In linux server, you can't load modules which are in main server directory, you have to put them in a newly created "modules" directory then specify for example <module src="modules/libmod_sqlite" />|
But in windows server, it works even if the module is in main server directory. <module src="libmod_sqlite" />
submitting this because some people had issues with that
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The server config uses a relative path for modules and no file extension when specifying them:
<module src="folder_name/module_name" />
thats not the problem.
In linux, modules dont load when they are not in a directory. you must create a directory and put them in it and then dir_name/module_name
But in Windows server this bug doesnt exist. they load even if they are in main root. there where server.exe is
What happens when you put a period to indicate the server's current directory?
i.e. <module src="./module_name" />
||Yeah that seems to work, but without the "./" it wont work|