How can I enable PHP dynamic extensions via the .htaccess file?
Posted on 2007-10-11
I'm using shared hosting on a Linux Server running Apache and I want to enable mysqli, which is a dynamic php extension.
My hosting company has told me I can do ..and I quote :
"All of those directives are customizable from a .htaccess file you must create and place in the directory you wish to affect the change on."
I've searched around and haven't found any examples of doing this.
Can anyone help me out with the necessary .htaccess lines necessary to do this?
Also, when I enable msqli locally on my WAMP server, the service restarts. Does this mean I'm going to have to try to find a way to reboot my hosted server as well or is it only the W in WAMP that necessitates a restart?
Thanks in advance