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Extensions problem using PHP-CGI
 
Crash
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After a nice fight to have the php5.2.4 running as a CGI i have the installation going and i have new problem.

o PHP Extension “mysqli” must be loaded
o PHP Extension “pdo_mysql” must be loaded
o PHP Extension “mcrypt” must be loaded
o PHP Extension “curl” must be loaded

Where can i load this extensions when i use the CGI?

My phpinfo(): http://loja.modelismo.com.pt/info.php

Thanks for any help.

 
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Crash
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Solved.

 
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Crash - 24 September 2007 12:59 PM

Solved.

HOW ?
Kindly tell in detail, for the benefit of all.
THANKs !
 
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erce
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HOW ?
Kindly tell in detail, for the benefit of all.
THANKs !

 
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erce - 30 September 2007 12:00 AM

HOW ?
Kindly tell in detail, for the benefit of all.
THANKs !

I guess that, if you quoted me,
you wanted to add your explanation on how you did it
but, somehow, you missed it, is it not?

Thus, I kindly request you to repeat it. Thank you.

 
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davin
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Hi Angelo

find this in your php.ini file

;extension=php_mysqli.dll and remove ;

Similarly

;extension=php_pdo_mysql.dll and remove ;

;extension=php_curl.dll and remove ;

;extension=php_mcrypt.dll and remove ;

After changing these restart your apache.

Now you are ready to install.

 
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erce
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davin - 30 September 2007 04:09 AM

Hi Angelo

find this in your php.ini file

;extension=php_mysqli.dll and remove ;

Similarly

;extension=php_pdo_mysql.dll and remove ;

;extension=php_curl.dll and remove ;

;extension=php_mcrypt.dll and remove ;

After changing these restart your apache.

Now you are ready to install.

Already did this,But the question still exists!!

 
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dodger
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Here is a solution. I found it at php.net site:

To enable mcrypt extension under Windows you need to:
1) uncomment line “extension=php_mcrypt.dll” in php.ini
2) download libmcrypt.dll from http://files.edin.dk/php/win32/mcrypt/ and put it to System32 directory (for example C:\Windows\System32).
Tested on Windows XP+Apache 1.3.37+PHP 4.4.6 (as SAPI module!!!)

 
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