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Hi i try to install mcrypt on centos. I intall it using yum and it said it installed. I try to restart apache and nothing happens. It just do not work in php. How i can fix it.
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Update PHP packages
Before updating your PHP packages you'll want to get a list of what you currently have installed. To get a list of current PHP packages run the following:

 # rpm -qa |grep php
Now you can use yum to update the PHP packages on your system:

 # yum update
You should be shown a list of packages that are going to be updated. Compare it to the list of PHP packages on your system. Note any packages that are not in the list. You'll need to remove these packages or find updates for them because they won't work after you update to PHP 5.2.x. If that is acceptable type "y" to continue and let yum update the packages.
Once yum has completed restart Apache:

 # service httpd restart
To verify the update is working create a simple testing.php in your www directory with the following source code:

<?php
  phpinfo();
?>
and open it in a web browser. The new PHP version should be reflected at the top of the page.
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still do not see anything in my phpinfo()
http://cl.iwebpixels.com/test.php
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extension commented out in php.ini?

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i did not found it in php.ini
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OK looks like it's not used

http://www.centos.org/modules/newbb/viewtopic.php?topic_id=13618

The php-mcrypt configuration file is /etc/php.d/mcrypt.ini, it's loaded automatically. No changes to /etc/php.ini are needed.
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yes this is my case
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Did you try this? Note that the versions of php are probably different.

Updating/Installing mcrypt
If you have php-mcrypt for PHP 5.1.x installed you'll want to remove it:
Note: Your version number maybe different. Alter below command accordingly.

 rpm -e php-mcrypt-5.1.6-15.el5.centos.1
Download php-mcrypt for PHP 5.2.x and install it. You can find a 32-bit php-mcrypt package here FedoraJunkies.
Note: You'll notice the "--nodeps" flag in the example. When you try to install php-mcrypt without it you get an error that php-common-5.2.6-2.el5s2 is missing even though it is installed.

 wget -c http://sourcemirrors.org/scotth/centos/5/php/php-mcrypt-5.2.6-2.i386.rpm
 rpm -i --nodeps php-mcrypt-5.2.6-2.i386.rpm
Restart Apache and you should now see mcrypt information on your testing.php page.
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it said connection refusend when i try to download file
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That site no longer works. If you have 64 bit machine these should be OK

http://www.atoomnet.net/centos_updated_php.php

wget 'http://www.atoomnet.net/./php/php-5.2.17/php-mcrypt-5.2.17-1.x86_64.rpm'
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