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X (forget exactly which and can no longer get to my working Moodle installation). PHP from the command line and PHP through the web are two completely different things. Why, depends on how you tried to upgrade PHP (which you don't tell us).
To be honest, this isn't a Moodle issue as such and you might get more help in the Ubuntu forums.
Personally, I would just upgrade the whole thing to Ubuntu 16.04 which comes with PHP7 as standard (and works!
)OK, I took your advice and upgraded my OS to Ubuntu 16.01, moved as per Moodle documentation what was in my /moodle directory to moodle.backup, unpacked the latest stable version of Moodle 3.2 into /moodle, did a mysqldump of my moodle database in format, have my moodledata saved and am ready for the next logical step.
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(PHP 7.0.13 now running happily.) Would it please be possible to lead me to the easist route to getting me to where I'd like to go; namely, to get Moodle 3.2 up and running as quickly as possible?
Regards, Gary Back again, OK, I followed the instructions in the 3.2 Installation quick guide, created a new moodle database, put everything in the right place (I think) chown-ed moodledata directory to web-data (running Ubuntu 16.01), put it outside the directory of the webserver, etc. But when I do I get the error in the attached image. Please see:https://docs.moodle.org/32/en/PHPIf there are missing extensions one will have to use package manager to install them.
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