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    WHM advanced php configuraion

    hi ,




    i want to enable the soap libraries in php 5 but i ma not bale to do it
    i have asked from my host provider the root accesess of WHM

    where there are all php setting i am not able to find any soap related entry

    beacuse in there there is no text file where i can add few lines
    there are options pre made and i have to chose from them only

    there no option for SOAP client

    I have the shell access but i don't know how to edit php.ini from there

    Can nayone help me

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    installing soap on php on linux

    hi ,



    i have got php 5 installed on my linux host

    but i dont have soap enabled on it as i see in phpinfo

    how can i enable it

    Does soap comes preinstalled on php 5.2.5 but it has to be compiled extra with linux server

    on window server we have to add soap -- -.dll file in php.ini
    but what to do with linux

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    You have to compile php with the extra flag:
    Code:
    --enable-soap

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    Is there any way to enable SOAP without re-compiling the php code.

    There has to be some simpler way to enable SOAP

    I mean every time if you have to enable any particular library , do we always have to recompile php


    i have the root access to the server , when i log i get

    Code:
    root@nsl: $
    now what to do next , how can i recompile the php
    i don't know anything bout linux

    Do i have to first download the php for linux , but how can i put that downloaded php on server

    which directory i have to go to recompile it

    Please help
    Last edited by o0O0o.o0O0o; 02-18-2008 at 01:28 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by o0O0o.o0O0o View Post
    i have the root access to the server , when i log i get

    Code:
    root@nsl: $
    I doubt, try:

    Code:
    $ who
    you probably have only acces to a terminal and that's not root access.

    best regards

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    i have the terminal access as well , but i talked with the person on phone
    he gave me the root password , so now i have full root access

    but i don't know how to recompile , neither does that person know how to do it.

    i don't know how people run the companies . .

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    Quote Originally Posted by o0O0o.o0O0o View Post
    i have the terminal access as well , but i talked with the person on phone
    he gave me the root password , so now i have full root access

    but i don't know how to recompile , neither does that person know how to do it.

    i don't know how people run the companies . .
    It's a problem that you don't have experience with that, you could mess the server but if you want to try read this:

    http://www.php.net/manual/en/install.unix.apache2.php

    skip apache, you allread have
    add to the line with ./configure, the flag --enable-soap as Inigoesdr say.

    i case your linux is debian, you could avoid all this using apt-get to install soap

    good luck

    best regards

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    You could try using NuSoap or find a soap class with a search engine.

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    My hoster has enabled the SOAP but another problem

    How to noe enable the SSL .
    Is there any easier way to enable it or i have to agian tell him to re-compile it with
    enable-ssl

    He will kill me i think

    is there any easy way to enable ssl


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