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install pdflib on cpanel server

25/04/11

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install pdflib on cpanel server

If you install directly from within WHM, you will have errors, either

Code:

configure: error: pdflib.h not found!

or

Code:

PDFlib extension requires at least pdflib 4.0.x.
See config.log for more information.

That’s because you haven’t got pdflib-lite installed yet.

If you have a rpm based Linux system, you can download pdflib-lite here
http://pkgs.org/download/centos-5-rhel-5/remi-x86_64/pdflib-lite-7.0.5-1.el5.remi.x86_64.rpm.html

and you also need pdflib-lite-devel

To compile the code, you of course need automake, c etc..

Next download pdflib

Code:

After you got it, run the following

Code:

tar -xvzf pdflib-2.1.8.tgz
cd pdflib-2.1.8
phpize
./configure
./make
./make install

If you don’t have phpize (you would have phpize command not found error), you need to install php-devel package

finally, open /usr/local/lib/php.ini and add one line

Code:

extension=pdf.so

If you have a plain Centos server, you need to create a new file at /etc/php.d/pdf.ini

and add a single line

Code:

extension=pdf.so

Don’t forge to restart httpd

in cpanel, run

/scripts/restartsrv_httpd

In plain Centos, run
/sbin/service restart httpd

To test it, create a file called test.php and input one line

PHP:

<?php
phpinfo();

now run this test.php in your browser, you should see the pdflib exntension


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