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Need help in WHM for wordpress and MySQLi.

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by curtishogq, Jan 13, 2015.

  1. curtishogq

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    Hi guys, i have problem with wordpress and MySQLi, i cant load wordpress or MySQLi for opencart in cpanel. please help. i dont know where to find support for this. Please help :(
     
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    Have you enabled it in EasyApache?
     
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    I think you have not compiled MySQLi extension into PHP. You need to rebuild apache/php (with easyapache) and under "extended settings" select MySQLi. Also suggest that you include mbstring, mcrypt, zip, soap, PDO extensions.
     
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    hi there , I had already enabled and rebuild apache but still not working. - Removed -
     
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    Your phpinfo.php file is showing that the file
    is loading your PHP extensions. Make sure you've added the mysqli extension in this file.
     
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    how do i add mysqli extention in that file sorry im new ><
     
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    You may want to simply delete or move the "/home/ishoppie/public_html/php.ini" file out of the way so that the account uses the default php.ini file found at /usr/local/lib/php.ini. EX:

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    mv /home/ishoppie/public_html/php.ini /home/ishoppie/public_html/php.ini.backup
    Otherwise, you can use a command like this to determine which entries you should add to the user's individual php.ini file:

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    grep mysqli /usr/local/lib/php.ini
    Thank you.
     
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