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problem with php.ini file

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by anandghosh, Dec 15, 2008.

  1. anandghosh

    anandghosh Registered

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    Hello guys, I joined this forum as I needed help with my php.ini file.

    My site is based on a script which is encoded with ionCube. So, to run that script, I need ionCube loader installed. Now, to install that loader, I need to make change in my php.ini file and add a Zend extension.

    Now, I tried editing php.ini file ( using pico ) but i wasn't able to find zend anywhere ( i tried Ctrl + W) still, no use.

    So, I was wondering, can i add a zend extension on my own ( zend_extension = xxx) or I should do something else to install ionCube loader?

    I have a Linux Server ( x86-64) with cPanel hosted in ThePlanet dedicated.

    Thanks in advance
     
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    When you compile Apache & PHP with EasyApache, there is an option to install ionCube/Zend loaders automatically.
     
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    Thanks Voltar, Can you please elaborate on how to do that.
     
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    Voltar Well-Known Member

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    In WHM >> Software >> Easy Apache

    Go through the steps, when you come to the short or exhaustive options list, you should see the options for Zend/ionCube/SourceGuardian loaders. Select them along with any other pertinent options and compile.
     
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