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FreeBSD 5.1- How to install pdfLIB?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Miquel, Jul 14, 2004.

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  1. Miquel

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    For some time now I'm searching for the right way to create pdf-files with php-scripts. However I just can't figure out where to start. I looked on www.pdflib.com and found PDFlib-6.0.0p1-FreeBSD5.tar.gz but also noticed you need a license to get rid of the demo stamp. I just want it for personal usage and $450 is a bit overdone using it just for fun.

    In WHM I found some pdfLIB install ports for FreeBSD 5.1:
    Port: p5-PDFLib-0.12_1
    Port: pdflib-5.0.2
    Port: pdflib-perl-5.0.2
    Port: phppdflib-2.5
    Port: ruby-pdflib-0.71

    To make it short, what do I need to do to start creating pdf-files with php without a license and no demo stamp?

    Thanks.
     
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    Somehow I find that hard to believe, There must be a way :)
     
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    you live with the demo stamp...or purchase it
     
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    If there is a way, it will not be found on the cPanel forums. Please pay for the license if you use their product.
     
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