I just tried installing WP-OpenID 2.1.8 on a WP 2.5.1 test blog at http://self-issued.info/mbjtest/ in preparation for adding it to my real blog. Unfortunately, when trying to use both i-name and URL OpenIDs, while I get to my OP fine, WP-OpenID ultimately tells me ” We were unable to authenticate your OpenID”.
Is where some additional package I need to install to make this work? Or is it possibly a problem with DreamHost not having the right PHP crypto libraries installed?
I transcript of the WP-OpenID plug-in stauts is below. You can contact me for more information at email@example.com. Thanks for any assistance that you can provide.
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[INFO] database: WordPress’ table prefix
[OK] object: OpenID Store
[INFO] database tables
Table wp_openid_associations exists.
Table wp_openid_nonces exists.
Table wp_openid_identities exists.
[INFO] Include Path
[INFO] WordPress version
[INFO] MySQL version
[INFO] PHP version
[INFO] PHP memory limit
[OK] Curl Version 7.13.2. SSL: OpenSSL/0.9.7e. zlib: 1.2.2. Supports: ftp, gopher, telnet, dict, ldap, http, file, https, ftps.
[FAIL] library: GMP compiled into in PHP
GMP does not appear to be built into PHP. This is highly recommended for performance reasons.
[FAIL] library: BCMath compiled into in PHP
BCMath does not appear to be built into PHP. GMP is preferred.
[FAIL] Loaded long integer library
The OpenID Library is operating Dumb Mode, since it doesn’t have a big integer library. Recommend installing GMP support.
[INFO] Cryptographic Randomness Source
[INFO] Plugin Revision
[INFO] Plugin Database Revision
Plugin database is currently at revision 24426.
[OK] Overall Plugin Status
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