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installed PHP, error when running php from command line

"Cannot find module (IP-MIB): At line 0 in (none)"
and similar (bout x10 in all)
appears when I try and run php from command line (to confirm it works ok)

I had instaled the default php.ini file and had commented out all the extensions which gave "module not found" errors (which I didn't need)
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zorba111Author Commented:
read somewhere that MIBs have something to do with SNMP, so disabled the snmp extension in php.ini (which i don't need anyhow) and it worked !

in php.ini


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