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Installing EXIF using EasyApache

Discussion in 'EasyApache' started by ferdi2000, Aug 21, 2012.

  1. ferdi2000

    ferdi2000 Member

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    Hi guys, I am having some problems getting 'EXIF' installed using EasyApache. I have installed other PHP extensions in the past no problems using EasyApache, but this extension doesn't seem to install even though it has been checked in the EasyApache feature list.

    It goes through the process and I even see it it pop up when Apache is being compiled.

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    But as you can see this PHP Info file does not display EXIF...
    /http://jadastyles.com/phpinfo.php

    Is there something else I need to actually "activate" exif? As it appears to be installed so to speak.

    I also have the following settings in my php.ini, so I'm sure something has been installed :eek:

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    =================================================================
    Exif 	exif.decode_jis_intel 		JIS **DEFAULT**, Click to Edit
    Exif 	exif.decode_jis_motorola 		JIS **DEFAULT**, Click to Edit
    Exif 	exif.decode_unicode_intel 		UCS-2LE **DEFAULT**, Click to Edit
    Exif 	exif.decode_unicode_motorola 		UCS-2BE **DEFAULT**, Click to Edit
    Exif 	exif.encode_jis 		**DEFAULT**, Click to Edit
    Exif 	exif.encode_unicode 		ISO-8859-15 **DEFAULT**, Click to Edit
    =================================================================
    Any ideas would be welcomed as I require EXIF for a client.


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  2. lijeeshsd

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    I checked the PHP info page of your server. There is no '--enable-exif' in the Configure Command section. So PHP was not compiled with exif. Even if you selected Exif on EasyApache wizard, it might be got disabled by EasyApache due to any incompatibility or error. You may analyze EasyApache log file for finding the reason. Also, ensure that cPanel is up to date before you run EasyApache.
     
  3. cPanelTristan

    cPanelTristan Quality Assurance Analyst
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    Could you check the server itself to see if it's showing in command line:

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    php -m | grep -i exif
     
  4. ferdi2000

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    I entered the following into Putty......

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    root@560008 [~]# php -m | grep -i exif
    exif

    All that came back was "exif". So I assume it is showing in the command line?

    Still no luck however. Exif will not install. I asked my web-host if they could take a look, but they want to charge me £90 to just look into it. Which is like $150 USD!!
     
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  5. cPanelTristan

    cPanelTristan Quality Assurance Analyst
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    It is installed as it's showing up in command line, so that's not the issue. Open up a ticket with us. Whenever something is available in EasyApache, it's supported. You can submit a ticket using WHM > Support Center > Contact cPanel or using the link in my signature.
     
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