-- work overload --
phpize: command not found
Thanks! Short, sweet & to the point.
Note to self: easiest way to install this package on a Redhat system is to use sudo up2date -i php-devel
Another note to self: for CentOS do sudo yum install php-devel
hmmm... so what could be the problem on my CentOS:[root@ns3 /]# pecl install imagickdownloading imagick-2.2.2.tgz ...Starting to download imagick-2.2.2.tgz (77,212 bytes)..................done: 88,212 bytes11 source files, buildingrunning: phpizesh: phpize: command not foundERROR: `phpize' failedSometimes I dream of a Server-OS, as flexible as Linux and as userfriendly as Windows! But then I wake up... back in the nightmare!Best regards, Ingmar
just do: [root@server /] yum install php-develand then run pecl install
It is a nice blog. It is sometimes dream of a server-os is flexible Linux and user friendly as window. The P H P level package is installed. Thanks is very shortly mindfully derived.The Red hat system is to usesudo up to datei php devel.
Thanks Nir, very helpful.Cheers!
Thank you sir. As anonymous said, "short and sweet". Saved me a bunch of time.
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