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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by starling, Mar 5, 2009.

  1. starling

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    Off hand do you know how to load cURL in WHM?

    EasyApache or something like that?
     
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    Thanks...

    Only question is what is the correct method?

    I did it, but I did not see cURL.
     
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    Oh, yea, now I do do have Zend Loaded. :(
     
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    I know there was a way to complete the path, but I just want to do it correctly.
     
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    Are you asking a question about how to run easy apache?
     
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    Well, I can get into it with no problem, I just needed to load cURL in WHM. And EasyApache is the correct path, but I just did not know exactly what to do after that.

    I compiled it, but did not see and option to load cURL.

    By the way, I an using WHM 11.24.2 - X 3.9 if that helps.

    Oh, and I reloaded Zend with no problem, I was just confused about cURL.


    Thanks
     
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    I figured it out thanks!
     
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    I just did that right after you typed it. It worked out fine. :):):)
     
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    When you get to step 5 in EasyApache, click on "Exhaustive Options List" and then in step 6 under PHP you'll see a checkbox, which if checked, enables cURL support
     
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