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how install php_exif without using easyapache?

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  1. arabgenius

    arabgenius Member

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    Hello

    How can I install those extensions without the use of easyapache ?
    extension = "php_mbstring.so"
    extension = "php_exif.so"

    by the way ... my PHP version is 5.2.17 and my OS is CentOS 64

    thanks
     
  2. cPanelMichael

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    Is there a specific reason that you prefer not to use EasyApache? It's the recommended method to install those PHP modules.

    Thank you.
     
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    I dont want to reinstall apache again after I did my modification on it
     
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    What types of modifications did you make? Most modifications are preservable with EasyApache if made correctly.

    Thank you.
     
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    :D:D:D yes ,, if ..
     
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    Easyapache is a easy way, but can take long time to complete compilation, would prefer if cpanel allows such single compilation as well. :)
     
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    yes ,, exactly
    if they just add it to /scripts/phpextensionmgr
     
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    Can you elaborate on how long EasyApache is taking to complete? I understand that it isn't going to be as quick as adding a module or extension individually, but we certainly want the EasyApache process to be quick and convenient.

    If you would like to suggest certain things be moved out of EasyApache, you can post a feature request. Please make sure to be as specific as you can about what items you would like to be separate. If you have any other things that prevent you from using EasyApache, we would like to hear about those as well.
     
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    Hi,

    To install any php module without easyapache just perform following steps.

    1. Login to server as root
    2. cd /home/cpeasyapache/src/php-5.3.27/ext/
    3. fire ls : there you will see all the php modules for example: exif
    4. cd exif
    5. fire: phpize
    6. ./configure ; make ; make install
    7. now edit php.ini : /usr/local/lib/php.ini
    add extension as : extension=exif.so
    8. Restart httpd
    9. check the module using : php -m |grep exif

    Try it :)
     
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