Help problem with Asterisk and FreePBX

Hello I am new to the forum, I have a problem.
After following this guide “” to enable the cdr, I can not get over to the administration page of FreePBX and also in ARI.
I get the first page with the choices:

Voicemail & Recordings (ARI)
Flash Operator Panel (FOP)
FreePBX Administration

If I click on Voicemail & Recordings (ARI) I get a sign that warns me that … PHP PEAR must be installed. Visit for help installing.
I tried with # yum install php-pear * but without results.

The FOP is still working

While clicking on FreePBX Administartor I get a blank page with address: mio_ip / admin / config.php
from the terminal by entering the CLI of asterisk appears when I click the following

== Parsing ‘/ etc / asterisk / asterisk.conf’: Found ==
Connected to Asterisk currently running on localhost (pid = 2827)
Verbosity is at least 6
== Manager ‘admin’ logged on from
== Manager ‘admin’ logged off from
== Manager ‘admin’ logged on from
== Manager ‘admin’ logged off from

before you reinstall everything I look for help from of You

Thanks for your attention and responses.

What is the output of yum when you try to install php-pear?

Or, what is the output of this:

yum list installed | grep -i pear

On a 64bit CentOS server, mine looks like this:

yum list installed | grep -i pear

php-pear.noarch 1:1.4.9-6.el5 installed
php-pear-DB.noarch 1.7.13-1.el5.centos installed

Hello, thanks for the answer.

php-pear.noarch 1:1.4.9-6.el5 installed
php-pear-db.noarch 1.7.13-2.el5.rf installed

Has anyone had the same problem?
how can I fix this? please …

I had this issue as well. It seemed like when 1.7.13-2 was installed it broke it. First of all DB.php was missing from the /usr/share/pear directory. Downgrading did not work. I believe it was upgraded to 1.7.13-2 because I used DAG repo for centos. I have turned that off.

Backup before trying this but everything came right back:
I had to yum remove php-pear-db (which removes dependencies FreePBX)

Then I just did a yum install freepbx freepbxdistro-header and it will install the dependency php-pear-db, the -1 version. All was well after that, and it even kept all of my settings.