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how can i load an extension via a page

i have a site
and i need to gd library function for one of my page
but my host doesn't run this module
i know that i can run it by dl() function.
but i dont no what is it syntax for linux and from where i can find it
Jul 17 '05 #1
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On 13 Jan 2004 05:24:42 -0800, fe*************@hotmail.com (berehneh) wrote:
i have a site
and i need to gd library function for one of my page
but my host doesn't run this module
i know that i can run it by dl() function.
but i dont no what is it syntax for linux and from where i can find it


Stop starting new threads for the same question.

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The syntax is in the manual. http://uk2.php.net/dl

You can't just load the module out of any old directory, your host will have
to have GD as a shared module in the extension_dir. So you're _still_ going to
have to ask your host administrator.

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Jul 17 '05 #2
Run php_info() and see if enable_dl is on first. I somewhat doubt that it
is. Then check extension_dir and see if the GD module is there. I doubt that
it is.

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i have a site
and i need to gd library function for one of my page
but my host doesn't run this module
i know that i can run it by dl() function.
but i dont no what is it syntax for linux and from where i can find it

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