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Posted on 14-11-06 22:17
I'm trying to run Apache/PHP/MySQL from my PC at home (Windows XP Pro SP2).

I have everything working but whenever I try to load the php_curl.dll extension, it writes an entry to the apache error log:

PHP Warning: PHP Startup: Unable to load dynamic library 'C:/php/ext/php_curl.dll' - The specified module could not be found.\r\n in Unknown on line 0

C:/php/ext is set as the extension DIR, and php_mysql.dll loads fine from there. WTF is wrong?


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Posted on 14-11-06 22:21
Did you save the file in the right directory?If you did, maybe you should try downloading easyphp. It's simpler, after you install it, save the file in the easyphp www directory and open the file on the browser....For example...http://127.0.0.1/name.php or whatever file you want to open that is in the www directory. Make sure the link is http://127.0.0.1/ Wink




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Posted on 16-11-06 07:30
php_curl.dll IS in the right place, but it still won't load. I might try easyphp though.


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Posted on 16-11-06 08:10
try using xampp, it will install evrything (Apache, MYSQL and PHP) all in one package.....it is much easier then installing them seperatly
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Posted on 16-11-06 09:54
Edit the php.ini file, go in the extensions section and del the ";" before the extension you wanna use. This should work


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Posted on 16-11-06 20:26
Larika wrote:
Edit the php.ini file, go in the extensions section and del the ";" before the extension you wanna use. This should work


Thats what I did, and it didn't work.


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Posted on 16-11-06 20:36
for xampp, erm....*looks for some tutorial*:
http://www.menyhart.net/blog/developer-stuff/enabling-curl-on-xampp/


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Posted on 16-11-06 20:52
Thanks, I'll give that a try


EDIT: I got it working now. It turned out I needed to put libeay32.dll and slleay.dll into WINDOWS\system32, not just adding the folder they were in to the PATH.




Edited by on 19-11-06 16:41