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Mcrypt

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by downkaos, Dec 20, 2004.

  1. downkaos

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    Can you please please please have a default install of libmcrypt/mcrypt for plesk so we don't have to attempt to re-compile php (which you guys make impossible).
     
  2. atomicturtle

    atomicturtle Golden Pleskian

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    I distribute mcrypt with my php rpms, just use yum!
     
  3. isnoop

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    I'd like to echo this request for those of us using FreeBSD.
     
  4. Spyder

    Spyder Regular Pleskian

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    There 2 problems with FreeBSD.

    1. The FreeBSd instalation of plesk is very very monolitic ( all packs are pre compiled like in pkgs) and have a lot of glue and dependencies under /usr/local/psa*

    2. Probably you can compile you php with mcript, xlst or something and try change for the instaled by plesk, but i never tried this

    for example to install Zope I opted to compile and use one "domain" python over the use the distributed (old ) by plesk or use one wide server.

    tip tip tip tip .. try use the most recent build of FreeBSD ( the 4.11 probably is the LAST 4.x branch release and the 5.4 is RC now) because this some ports or have some problems to compile under 4.11 (php+apache2+mcript+sablotron) for example.

    * probably run very well under jail besides every thing is under this directory...
     
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