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Apache/PHP swf mod

Discussion in 'EasyApache' started by argh2xxx, Jan 11, 2008.

  1. argh2xxx

    argh2xxx Member

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    I need to compile apache/php with swf mod. I couldn't find the mod anywhere in the list when using /scripts/easyapache or WHM's apache update. Anyone know how?
     
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    cPanelDavidG Technical Product Specialist

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    If it is not in the Advanced Options/Exhaustive List screen, you would need to compile it manually outside of EasyApache. Typically this is not recommended unless you are an experienced Apache/PHP admin.
     
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    Maybe there is a library that I missed install somehow? If I install it, the swf mod will appear in /scripts/easyapache's exhaustive list?
     
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    No, the list is static. It will not automagically add new modules unless we begin supporting additional modules.

    cPanel/WHM does natively support ming (a module for PHP that supports SWF file generation), but it is generally not recommended since it can cause issues in cPanel environments.
     
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    In the EasyApache3 interface you'll only see SWF available for 32bit Linux systems and only with PHP4.

    SWF was made into a PECL extension starting with PHP 5.0.0.
     
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