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a way to recompile system php without easyapache

Discussion in 'EasyApache' started by sharmaine001, Feb 16, 2010.

  1. sharmaine001

    sharmaine001 Well-Known Member

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    I want to add additional modules in system PHP however I do not want to run easy apache again because it will rebuild the entire apache which I don't think is needed for PDO SQL driver. Am i right there?

    If yes, how can i compile php with pdo sql without going through easyapache?
     
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    Specific PDO drivers may be installed via PHP PECL using the Module Installer in WHM; this may be accessed at the following menu path (with linked documentation):
    WHM: Main >> Software >> Module Installers >> PHP Pecl
     
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    Thanks

    when i initially showed all available pecl PDO was not there. But when i do searched its there

    How would i know if a particular php module can be installed usinc PECL install of cPanel? Or is it that all php modules can be installed using PHP PECL installer?
     
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    The best way I am aware of is to browse and search the PHP PECL web site, as linked below:
    PECL :: The PHP Extension Community Library
    PECL :: Package Browser :: Top Level
    PECL :: Package Search
     
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