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Help with Apache/PHP on Ubuntu

Posted on 2011-09-20
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I'm setting up a Ubuntu web server for testing and development. I did a clean install of Ubuntu, then followed the directions here for installing LAMP:
https://help.ubuntu.com/community/ApacheMySQLPHP

This installed PHP 5.3.5 on the server. I now want to use PHPDocx on this test server, but the requirements state that I need ZipArchive and XSLT.

Question #1: How can I tell if I have either of these installed already?
Question #2: How do I install these if I don't have them?
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I assume that XSL(T) will not be installed in your setup, but you should check the output of phpinfo() to see if it has been included or not.

To install XSL, simply install the package:
sudo apt-get install php5-xsl
sudo apache2ctl restart

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The Zip-Extension has become part of the PHP core in PHP 5.3 so it is available by default.

Hope that helps!
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