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    PHP extension_dir & .htaccess ?


    Hi There,

    Is it possible to set the php extension_dir directive using an apache .htaccess file?, and if so what's the correct syntax

    Any help with this would be most appreciated.

    Thanks in adv...


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    Code:
    php_value <php.ini variable Name> <new value for variable>
    http://www.php.net/manual/en/configuration.changes.php

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    Hi There,

    I tried the following but had no joy :

    Code:
    php_value extension_dir /path/to/dir
    Not too sure if this can be changed this way as this is PHP_INI_SYSTEM - It states the following at the link you provided.

    php_value name value

    Sets the value of the specified directive. Can be used only with PHP_INI_ALL and PHP_INI_PERDIR type directives. To clear a previously set value use none as the value.
    If anyone has any idea how/if this can be done that would be great.

    Thanks in adv...


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    Just found out that PHP_INI_SYSTEM can only be changed via the php.ini file. Here are a list of the other options if anyone else is interested.


    * PHP_INI_ALL - no restrictions
    * PHP_INI_SYSTEM - only at the configuration file (php.ini or httpd.conf)
    * PHP_INI_PERDIR - allows the value to be set on the per-directory basis, say in .htaccess files
    * PHP_INI_USER - can be changed by the user


    Oh well...may have to get the server admin to add the dir to the php.ini file.

    Thanks anyway...


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