#3 Getting mcrypt to work on Apache2/PHP 4 on WinXP

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nobody
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2012-09-14
2004-03-12
Anonymous
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Hi,

I'm running an Apache 2 server using a recent version of
php (4.3.x) which is loaded as an apache module.

The problem I'm having is that when I load the
php_mcrypt.dll file and place the libmcrypt.dll file into
my windows system directory (as specified at
http://ftp.emini.dk/pub/php/win32/mcrypt/README.txt)
and try to use mcrypt functions, I still get messages
saying that said functions do not exist. I've checked my
script syntax, as well as the spelling of the functions, so
I'm completely unaware of what to do to remedy this
issue.

Any help would be very appreciated.

Discussion

  • Nobody/Anonymous

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    did you modify your apache's php.ini file ?

    you juste have to uncomment the following line (i.e. remove
    the ";" at the begining) :
    extension=php_mcrypt.dll

    this line is at the very end of php.ini file.

     
  • Scott Middleton

    Scott Middleton - 2004-07-09

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    Hi,

    to get PHP working with Mcrypt under windows xp you have
    to copy libmcrypt.dll to C:\Windows\System32\

    For some reason PHP doesnt like to use the extension_dir
    under windows XP. I had this same problem, as have many
    others with libmysql.dll

     

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