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- D. Alvarado
July 31, 2004, 4:45 pm
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compiled PHP with the --with-mcrypt option. I am concerned that when
I move to another hosting enviornment mcrypt will not be supported.
In people's experiences, have hosting companies supporting PHP/MySQL
generally provided support for mcrypt?
Does anyone recommend another module for encryption/decryption that
accompanies the PHP package?
Thanks, - Dave
Re: General encryption / decryption functions
> On my Fedora Core 2 Linux dev box, I have installed mcrypt and
> compiled PHP with the --with-mcrypt option. I am concerned that
> I move to another hosting enviornment mcrypt will not be supported.
> In peopleís experiences, have hosting companies supporting
> generally provided support for mcrypt?
> Does anyone recommend another module for encryption/decryption that
> accompanies the PHP package?
> Thanks, - Dave
I donít know the answer to your question, but if you move to another
host, you can always look at VDS- virtual dedicated server, where you
can do your own compiling. VDS is getting cheap these days, and if
you need it, it would be worth the price IMHO. It maybe a lot cheaper
than spending days implementing something new IMHO.
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