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Adding Support for XML-RPC on an Existing System

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Still a newbie on this I'm afraid. I am running a server with Centos release 5.5 which has PHP Version 5.1.6 installed on it. I want to add support for XML-RPC:-

http://www.php.net/manual/en/xmlrpc.resources.php

Is there any way round having to recompile? If not how do I recompile ensuring that I don't miss out any options that are currently installed. Could someone help me through the steps?
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Assuming your PHP is the default CentOS package, just...

yum install php-xmlrpc

Packages like PHP and Perl are modular in the CentOS/RHEL world. Many of the add-ons are available as separate RPM packages.
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That's excellent I'm beginning to gain more confidence now. Many thanks.
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