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    Question PHP Source Directory?

    Hello,

    I have installed the mcrypt extension, but need to reconfigure php. The only problem is, I can't figure out where it was installed

    I need to run a configure command in that directory.

    Any help will be appriciated!

    ~VPS 300, Red Hat EL AS4

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    Does anyone have any ideas? It is very important that I get this module working for security reasons. I'd be willing to pay the advanced support fee if necessary...

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    If you are running Plesk, you may want to take a look at this thread concerning mcrypt installation on Plesk.

    If you are running cPanel, you can configure the mcrypt extension through Easy Apache - the cPanel Easy Apache Guide explains how to use Easy Apache in depth.

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    I am running Plesk. I downloaded and ran php-mcrypt-4.3.9-3.1.1.i386.rpm from http://sourceforge.net/project/showf...kage_id=149424

    I'm assuming that was the correct one, PHP Version 4.3.9 is installed on the server. I installed the rpm, and rebooted the server but php was still not configured with mcrypt.

    Any other suggestions? Did I pick the wrong rpm?

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    You will need to configure/recompile PHP to enable mcrypt support - if you are not comfortable following the PHP installation guide, you may need to contact our support department to request assistance at an hourly rate.

    Note: I would highly recommend that you back up your present configuration if you elect to recompile PHP yourself, just in case.

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