[CentOS] Need php-mcrypt

Tue Dec 5 09:42:33 UTC 2006
Ferdinando Santacroce <jesus_was_rasta at yahoo.it>

Thank you Alexey!
I'm reading this newsletter form 11/15/2006 only... :-(
I search in forum, many quetions about it, but non answers...
Yes, recompile can be a solution, but I don't want to do it, due tu 
updates that can broke it...

Ok, using pecl would be a better solution.
I never use it, but now it is the time...

Thank you a lot!

Alexey Loukianov ha scritto:
> Greetings, Ferdinando.
> On 5 ??????? 2006 ?., 12:15:09 you wrote:
>> Hi all!
>> I need this PHP extension.
>> I'm in CentOS 4.4, plus extras, plus, dag, freshrpm and rpmforge repos,
>> but I can't find it.
>> I found libmcrypt, but PHP seems ignore it... Ah, I use PHP5, MySQL5 and
>> Apache 2.2
>> I tried to hand write right conf of *.ini PHP conf files, and I tried to
>> manually soft-link libraries in php.d/modules/.. folder, but nothing works.
>> So I would know if there's a Centos repos for this extension.
>> FC5 repos have it, but I don't know if including a Fedora repos into 
>> CentOS would be high risk....
> This question was discussed on the list about a month ago, you'd
> better search archives before posting.
> The trouble with PHP5 mcrypt is that it is not enabled by default in
> CentOS4.
> You have two options:
> 1.Head on to
> http://mirror.centos.org/centos/4.4/centosplus/i386/SRPMS/,
> grab SRPMS for PHP5 version you need, correct spec file to include
> mcrypt and recompile it. You will have later to manually
> download-recompile-upgrade PHP, as your recompiled version won't be
> supported by up2date/yum.
> 2. Compile the module itself using PECL. This one should be much more
> easier and faster.
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