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libcurl3-dev installation guidance

Discussion in 'EasyApache' started by ivanji, Jan 1, 2015.

  1. ivanji

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    Happy New Year guys - I'm looking for some confirmation of the best step in order to install the development package libcurl-dev (apt-get install libcurl3-dev). Don't know if we'd have to do it through WHM or if it'd be safe to do it via command line.

    Just want to make sure everything keeps updating fine after installation or that the module won't be deleted at some stage. Not sure how WHM manages this type of modules.

    Thanks so much in advance.

    Ivan
     
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    Could anybody please provide guidance on how to install any module via apt-get? I get a command apt-get command not found. Normally I'd feel comfortable doing all this on any other linux installation but don't know how all this works with WHM - if i have to follow a specific process, etc. Any help would be appreciated.

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    @ ivanji,

    It seem's you are trying wrong command because cpanel not supporting Ubuntu/Debina as of now.

    Your server CentOS + cPanel, right ?

    If so, First check whether they are installed or not

    # rpm -q curl
    # rpm -q curl-devel

    If no, you can enable by recompiling EasyApache.
     
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    Hi Thanks for your response. That's one of the first things I actually tried to do - to find it under easyapache but can't find curl-devel there. Curl is installed.

    I checked with rpm, package curl-devel and is not installed.
     
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    Thanks guys for your response - all I had to do was yum install libcurl-devel (don't know if that's the same as what Michael suggested). But that's what worked for me. I was just hesitant of installing a module through command line but after installation I re-compiled Apache/PHP using easyApache and the package remained - so that's all good now. Solved!
     
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