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Does anyone know if XSLT is compiled into the ISPConfig3 version of PHP? If not, what is the best way to build this into PHP on an system which is already running ISPConfig3 without breaking everything? I am currently running dolphin community software and users have said that you have to have XSLT installed and running but when doing a google search, it seems like I have to reinstall php and build XSLT into php during compiling.

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Old 17th November 2009, 09:09
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ISPConfig 3 does not come with a bundled php. So if xslt is compiled in or not depends on your linux distribution and if you installed the xslt package for php.
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How can this been done ?
I need xslt...
And have found this :

For PHP5, make sure that PHP is compiled with the following extension:

--with-xsl

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http://www.boonex.com/unity/forums/?...XSLT-issue.htm

What is the commands ?
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Which Linux distribution do you use?
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Does anyone know if XSLT is compiled into the ISPConfig3 version of PHP? If not, what is the best way to build this into PHP on an system which is already running ISPConfig3 without breaking everything? I am currently running dolphin community software and users have said that you have to have XSLT installed and running but when doing a google search, it seems like I have to reinstall php and build XSLT into php during compiling.

Can someone help me with this?

Thanks!
did you find a solution ?
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Which Linux distribution do you use?
debian (lenny)
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run:

apt-get install php5-xsl
/etc/init.d/apache2 restart
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