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Old 09-16-2009, 08:35 PM   #1
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PHP Modules.


Hello,
I want to add modules in php, I have installed PHP VERSION 5.3.0 with APACHE 2.0 Handler.

How can I add modules in it? Do I need to recompile it whole or I just run ./configure --with-(module name)..??

Please guide me.


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Old 09-16-2009, 09:04 PM   #2
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Hello,
I want to add modules in php, I have installed PHP VERSION 5.3.0 with APACHE 2.0 Handler.

How can I add modules in it? Do I need to recompile it whole or I just run ./configure --with-(module name)..??

Please guide me.

Regards,

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The same way you could the last time you asked this very same question here:

http://www.linuxquestions.org/questi...in-php-754047/
 
Old 09-16-2009, 09:41 PM   #3
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The same way you could the last time you asked this very same question here:

http://www.linuxquestions.org/questi...in-php-754047/
I have found this FORUM very very rude and insulting.

@ TB0ne...When I asked that question earlier, U didn't gave me proper reply. You said Google will be helpful, then tell me 1 thing, Why the hell was this forum for made? If you don't want to answer or you not know the answer you simply says that google will be helpful??

I can't understand why this website or forum whatever is it, is made for? If we cannot ask questions here, if we can't take help here, then please its my request to please close this amazing website.

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Old 09-16-2009, 10:47 PM   #4
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reinstall php with new options(./configure --with-....).

good luck
 
Old 09-17-2009, 12:30 AM   #5
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Old 09-17-2009, 09:31 AM   #6
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I have found this FORUM very very rude and insulting.

@ TB0ne...When I asked that question earlier, U didn't gave me proper reply. You said Google will be helpful, then tell me 1 thing, Why the hell was this forum for made? If you don't want to answer or you not know the answer you simply says that google will be helpful??

I can't understand why this website or forum whatever is it, is made for? If we cannot ask questions here, if we can't take help here, then please its my request to please close this amazing website.
Yes...the "one thing" was how to add modules, and I even told you what file to edit. You don't say what modules, or what you're trying to do, which is why I told you to look on Google, for more details.

If you don't respond to posts, say what you've tried, or give useful details or information, why do you expect "step-by-step" instructions? You were given the answer, and told where to look for more details. If you need more than that, sorry.

And if you don't like this site, please don't visit it anymore....based on your previous posts, it doesn't seem like you're taking direction or knowledge well, and don't know how to ask a decent question, or participate in a conversation.

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Old 09-17-2009, 11:31 PM   #7
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Yes...the "one thing" was how to add modules, and I even told you what file to edit. You don't say what modules, or what you're trying to do, which is why I told you to look on Google, for more details.

If you don't respond to posts, say what you've tried, or give useful details or information, why do you expect "step-by-step" instructions? You were given the answer, and told where to look for more details. If you need more than that, sorry.

And if you don't like this site, please don't visit it anymore....based on your previous posts, it doesn't seem like you're taking direction or knowledge well, and don't know how to ask a decent question, or participate in a conversation.

Anyways thank you very much for everything you have done for me....lolz..

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Old 09-18-2009, 11:05 AM   #8
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Anyways thank you very much for everything you have done for me....lolz..

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Whatever. You don't seem to want to learn (based on lots of previous posts), and getting any information from you about what you're trying to do, is difficult at best. You post questions that are clearly homework, yet say you're a professional administrator somewhere?

And based on such gems as this:
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Linux sucks.
why there is nothing simple init?
everything is complicated
it is 100 years back from windows
there is no comparison b/w linux and windows
windows is 10000 times better then it....
having you leave would seem to be a good thing. Go use Windows, and enlighten their forums with your comments. You seem to call everyone rude and insulting, in most of your past posts. Be aware, the only common thread in your posts is YOU. If people are rude to you, at some point you've got to start thinking "Gee, maybe *I* am doing something to make people be rude to me..."

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Old 09-19-2009, 12:03 AM   #9
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Whatever. You don't seem to want to learn (based on lots of previous posts), and getting any information from you about what you're trying to do, is difficult at best. You post questions that are clearly homework, yet say you're a professional administrator somewhere?

And based on such gems as this:


having you leave would seem to be a good thing. Go use Windows, and enlighten their forums with your comments. You seem to call everyone rude and insulting, in most of your past posts. Be aware, the only common thread in your posts is YOU. If people are rude to you, at some point you've got to start thinking "Gee, maybe *I* am doing something to make people be rude to me..."
LOlzzzzzzzzzzzz....I really didn't know that this site is for kiddy minded people, who cannot think like a mature person or behave like that, Your asnwers made me rude, angry and annoyed. Answers like (search on google, it seems you posted your home work) what rubbish was that? anyway
take care kids...
 
Old 09-19-2009, 10:21 AM   #10
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LOlzzzzzzzzzzzz....I really didn't know that this site is for kiddy minded people, who cannot think like a mature person or behave like that, Your asnwers made me rude, angry and annoyed. Answers like (search on google, it seems you posted your home work) what rubbish was that? anyway
take care kids...
"LOLzzz"???? And then you post about OTHERS not being mature? You take this same attitude with everyone who's tried to help you.

Grow up..your last post said
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and you post again the next day?

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Old 09-19-2009, 04:15 PM   #11
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smaj84_1;

Please take a deep breath, count to ten, and then try again. No more hostile posts, please.
 
  


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