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Old 03-11-2009, 07:29 PM   #1
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Distribution: Fedora Core 2
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limited php libraries/ modules for php linux

Dear friends,

On a CMS implementation, it is telling me i am missing a list of php libraries as below:
library files for PHP:

I have installed all the available php extensions available by default from RHEL5 enterprise but it does not cover all the libraries above.

I have googled through seems like there is not much php libraries rpm available on the net.

For windows php, i just need to tick the required extension.

Anyway knows or say a site with all the php extensions available to download?

OK. I found some of the libraries rpm, but it is for php4 , not compatible for php5.

I found this website to download hte source,
all the links are missing links.

It looks like to build a compatible CMS system with RHEL5 is not possible because a lot of php libraries are not available for php5 version.

thanks for helping

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