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How to upgrade FMS14-installed PHP to include support for mcrypt()?

Question asked by khsmith on Aug 1, 2015
Latest reply on Aug 25, 2017 by andrewblackwell


1. We just installed FMS14 on a new host (Mac Mini).  We are migrating an existing custom web publishing web site to it.

2. The PHP installed by FMS14 does not contain support for mcrypt(), which we need on the PHP side of the website.



What is the best way to add support? Try to re-build

     /Library/FileMaker Server/Web Publishing/publishing-engine/php/yosemite/ to match FMS14's Apache 2?

Or reinstall FMS but select "use existing PHP" and build in my support there with homebrew or Mac Ports?


Thanks in advance for any advice or suggestions for where to find the answer.