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September 28, 2007, 9:16 pm
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I' ve got a "little" problem since about 10 hours...
I have a virtual server with PHP 5 and Apache 2 installed...
Now I need to use the cURL lib and I can't do the last step...
I installed the cURL package ( downloaded from the developers web
site ) but, on the "install info" I found that I must compile PHP with
the command "--with-curl [=DIR]" ( where DIR is the path of cURL
installed files )...
Unfortunately I'm not a Linux Guru so my question is:
Can I compile PHP, for a second time, without specify all "old
commands" about its configuration...?
With the new compiling, can I have just the addiction of the new
library without lose "old instructions"...?
Thank you a lot for your attention :)
P.S. Is my english OK...? :P
Re: cURL lib
Nope, each compiles is fresh - you need to use all of the old commands.
But the options you used when you ran config are shown in phpinfo().
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