After installing the Tweet Old Post wordpress plugin and giving it, I've been returned an error of my PHP code interpreter:
Call to undefined function: curl_init()
As I've consulted with uncle Google's indexed forums discussing the issues, I've found out the whole issues are caused by a missing php curl module
My current PHP installation is installed from the port tree on FreeBSD 7.2. Thus in order to include support for php curl it was necessery to install the port /usr/ports/ftp/php5-curl :
freebsd# cd /usr/ports/ftp/php5-curl
freebsd# make install clean
(note that I'm using the php5 port and it's surrounding modules).
Fixing the Call to undefined function: curl_init() on Linux hosts I suppose should follow the same logic, e.g. one will have to install php5-curl to resolve the issue.
Fixing the missing curl_init() function support on Debian for example will be as easy as using apt to install the php5-curl package, like so:
debian:~# apt-get install php5-curl
Now my tweet-old-post curl requirement is matched and the error is gone, hooray
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