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How to update Zend and install Curl

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by TogaDave, Jul 22, 2004.

  1. TogaDave

    TogaDave Well-Known Member

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    I realize these are somewhat newbie questions, but I've never had to deal with either of these before until I looked into installing a custom PHP script tonight.

    - How can I update Zend Optimizer to the latest version?

    - How can I can I install Curl?

    I'm considering trying out Whois.Cart to help me manage my customers, but I ran the pre-install check and it gives me the following messages:

    "CURL is not compiled into the PHP installation. It is required to connect to various payment portals that require SSL. "

    "Zend Optimizer is installed, but its version is too old. You require at least Zend Optimizer 2.5 to run the system"

    Any help and advice is greatly appreciated, thank you!
    Dave
     
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    Thank you for the fast reply!~!!!
     
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    I don't see anything about Curl in the options, here's what my screen says:

    1) Beginner without/phpsuexec + webroot protection support (*** DEFAULT ***)
    2) Beginner with/phpsuexec support + web root protection
    3) Beginner with/php mcrypt support (if php will not compile, you must choose op
    tion 1)
    4) Beginner with/php gd+freetype support (if php will not compile, you must choo
    se option 1)
    5) Beginner with/php gd+freetype+mcrypt support (if php will not compile, you mu
    st choose option 1)
    6) Advanced (Experts Only, At Your Own Risk)
    7) Advanced [Load Previous Config] (Experts Only, At Your Own Risk)
    8) Failsafe mode (Resets apache config to default, USE ONLY AS A LAST RESORT)


    I usually use Option 4 because I rely on GD.

    Am I missing something?
     
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    Tried 5, no luck, so I tried 6 and that was bad... server down... so I ran 5 again and I'm back up. Still no Curl though. Think I'll I'll call it a night after that heart-attack. :eek:

    Thanks very much for trying to help!
     
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    use WHM's Update Apache if the SSH one is too confusing.

    Everything that is ticked by default, leave those and just select Curl, Curl SSL Support, GD, Mcrypt, Mhash, Dom XSLT, Exif, Imap, Gettext, OpenSSL support.
     
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