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  • Re: Forum page going blank

    For other server newbies: Recompile PHP with Easy Apache in cPanel WHM interface.

    QUOTE
    If you have cPanel hosting you can use EasyApache to do this through shell. These are the steps.

    Type the Easy Apache PathType the path for Easy Apache
    root@vps#### [~]# /scripts/easyapache
    1.) Do not say yes to the "cPanel update available".
    2.) Continue through the screens with defaults till you get to the "Exhaustive options list".
    3.) Page down till you see the Mbstring extension listed and select it.
    4.) Continue through the Steps and Save the Apache PHP build.
    Apache and PHP will now rebuild to include the mbstring extension.
    Wait for the process to finish ~10 to 30 minutes.
    Once the process is finished you should see the Mbstring extension in the phpinfo now.

    UNQUOTE - From:
    http://stackoverflow.com/questions/10278561/how-to-install-php-mbstring-on-centos-6-2

    vrijvlinder
  • Re: All Discussion Pages Are Blank

    For other server newbies: Recompile PHP with EasyApache in cPanel WHM on Centos 6 via their interface not shell.

    QUOTE
    If you have cPanel hosting you can use Easy Apache to do this through shell. These are the steps.

    Type the Easy Apache PathType the path for Easy Apache
    root@vps#### [~]# /scripts/easyapache
    1.) Do not say yes to the "cPanel update available".
    2.) Continue through the screens with defaults till you get to the "Exhaustive options list".
    3.) Page down till you see the Mbstring extension listed and select it.
    4.) Continue through the Steps and Save the Apache PHP build.
    Apache and PHP will now rebuild to include the mbstring extension.
    Wait for the process to finish ~10 to 30 minutes.
    Once the process is finished you should see the Mbstring extension in the phpinfo now.

    UNQUOTE - From:
    http://stackoverflow.com/questions/10278561/how-to-install-php-mbstring-on-centos-6-2

    vrijvlinder