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Unable to load dynamic library '/usr/local/lib/php/20060613/openssl'

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I am getting fatal error when calling openssl_pkey_get_private() in PHP

I've enabled openssl in php.ini and restarted the server
extension=php_openssl.dll

I've realized that the extension directory /usr/local/lib/php/20060613
has no openssl.so file

I am using FreeBSD OS and php 5.2.12

So my  question is how to enable openssl extension on my server, can I achieve it without re-compiling php. What are the implications of re-compiling  .. or can I just copy openssl.so from another server to the extension directory (where to download such file?) .. what do you suggest
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You shouldn't have to recompile PHP itself - just the ssl module.

If you're using ports, the port to (re-)install would be: security/php5-openssl
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Not clear enough how I can recompile the SSL module by itself.
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Just some supplemental information.

1) Uninstall php5-openssl:
pkg_delete -x php5-openssl

2) Install php5-openssl:
To install the port: cd /usr/ports/security/php5-openssl/ && make install clean
To add the package: pkg_add -r php5-openssl

The install command you use depends on whether you are using the ports tree or packages.
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