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Where is the position PHP load file to compille?

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I want to recompile php source code for my Linux server, for security source reason (encrypt all php script on my server)!

So I want to know where the position PHP source load php script?

Thank you!
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Beverley Portlock earned 500 total points
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The complete source code for PHP is here

http://php.net/downloads.php

But why not look at using ZendGuard instead? It is the most common one of the lot  http://www.zend.com/en/products/guard/
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by:zazagor
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Hi,

At command prompt try,

> locate "filename.php"
to find a specific file.

//zaZagor
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