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installing DOM XSLT

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by ladydi711, Feb 23, 2005.

  1. ladydi711

    ladydi711 Well-Known Member

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    I have a customer requesting DOM XSLT. If I go into Update Apache, I see that I can check this option then rebuild. Is it that simple, or is there anything I need to be on the look out for?

    That screen confuses me a bit because when a do a phpinfo() it tells me I am using version 4.3.9 (consistant with WHM).

    But under the PHP Module section of the Upgrade Apache screen, the following are checked:
    x Php Module (Version 4.3.3)

    x Version 4.3.10
    Version 4.3.8
    Version 4.3.9
    Version 5.0.2 (TESTING)
    Version 5.0.3 (TESTING)
    x Bc Math
    x Calendar Support
    Curl (Version 7.12.0)
    Curl SSL Support (Version 2.8.22)
    Dom XSLT
    Exif
    Flash
    x FTP
    GD (Version 2.0.15)
    GetText
    Iconv (experimental)
    Imap Module
    Java (must already be installed, or install will fail)
    Mb String
    Mcrypt (Version 2.5.7)
    Memory Limit (experimental)
    Mhash (Version 0.8.18)
    Ming Support (Version 0.3beta1)
    x Magic Quotes
    x Mysql Module
    Openssl Support
    x Discard Path
    PDFlib (requires license for commerical use; see www.pdflib.com/pdffiles/PDFlib-Lite-license.pdf)
    x Pear
    Postgresql (will break 7.2.x or earlier, please make sure you have 7.3.x or later installed)
    Pspell Module
    Sablot XSLT [may cause problems with chili!asp]
    SafeMode
    x Sockets
    Use System Mysql
    x Track Vars
    Freetype Support
    x Versioning
    WDDX
    XML RPC
    Zip
    x Zlib

    I don't believe I have ever changed anything from the defaults.

    I am using WHM 9.9.0 cPanel 9.9.2-R7.

    Thanks!,
    Diane
     
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