mmwaldman at nyc.rr.com
Sun Jan 25 14:43:30 EST 2009
I got an undefined function error on mcrypt_encrypt.
It looks to be an extension. I downloaded the source code.
I'm guessing my hosting provider didn't include it. So what's new?
I see a lot on line about using use_entension=php_mcrypt.dll, but that's in
a windows environment.
Does anyone know? If I have to do anything in the php.ini file to use
mcrypt on linux/apache/redhat? Or if it's installed it just works?
I hate to think I'm going to have to recompile php on my machine, just to
get that function.
I'm looking in the php.conf file, I see loadmodule for libphp5.so.
Do I just compile the php with the extension?
I'm guessing it doesn't matter what version I have now if I'm recompiling.
Does anyone know the name of the .so file that contains mcrypt is just in
case it's there and if I have to modify the php.conf file or do the
extensions have to be compiled in libphp5.so??
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