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    Kay_sc NNTP User

    Default problems with installation of php

    Hi,

    I've some problems to install a Content Management System. I always get the message that the tokenizer extension is'n't installed or is disabled.
    I'm using a virtual server with SuSE 10.1 and PHP 5.1.2 pre-installed but probably without tokenizer.
    So I installed the package "php5-tokenizer" via rug. Now there's a file named tokenizer.so in /usr/lib64/php5 directory and tokenizer.ini in /etc/php5/conf.d which includes the .so-library with the extension tag. The command "php5 --re tokenizer" generates a correct output so I think that the tokenizer extension is now installed.
    But during the installation of CMS, the extension is still not known. A restart of Apache also didn't help. If I type "php5 -m" on console, the tokenizer module is correctly listed but in phpinfo() there's no tokenizer found.
    I've absolutely no idea there the problem is. I hope somebody can help me.

    Thanks a lot,
    Kay

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    Default Re: problems with installation of php

    Well the first problem is that 10.1 is out of support and outdated and really fun part is that PHP 5.1.2 has more security holes than there's porn on the net.

    So before hitting your head on the wall - have your VHost provider upgrade the system to 11.0 or 11.1 - the faster the better.

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