How to enable core PHP extension in Linux?


How to enable core PHP extension in Linux?



I'm trying to understand the process for enabling an a core extension (dom) in php. When I run phpinfo, I see '--disable-dom' in the configure command. Am I supposed to re-install PHP?




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Yes, you need to recompile PHP.


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Rerun ./configure with the appropriate parameter (probably --enable-dom, but I'm not sure on the param).
Would it be simply better to use the system's functions rather than use the language?


Why wont this entire word doc file generate from my php script?


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If not download your php versions source, extract it from the tarball.

cd to the directory php/ext and look for a dom folder, cd into that and type phpize then make && make install that will install a dynamic extension for you which you can enable via extension=.so in your php.ini.



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