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Setup Issue (PhabricatorSetupIssueUIExample)
The current PHP configuration has this value:
To update this value, edit your PHP configuration file, located here:
You can find more information about PHP configuration values in the PHP Documentation.
After editing the PHP configuration, restart Phabricator for the changes to take effect. For help with restarting Phabricator, see Restarting Phabricator in the documentation.
The current Phabricator configuration has this value:
You can update this value here:
Run these commands:
$ # Add Command $ $ ls -1 > /dev/null
Install this PHP extension:
You can usually install a PHP extension using apt-get or yum. Common package names are php-extname or php5-extname. Try commands like these:
$ sudo apt-get install php5-extname # Debian / Ubuntu $ sudo yum install php-extname # Red Hat / Derivatives
If those commands don't work, try Google. The process of installing PHP extensions is not specific to Phabricator, and any instructions you can find for installing them on your system should work. On Mac OS X, you might want to try Homebrew.
After installing new PHP extensions, restart Phabricator for the changes to take effect. For help with restarting Phabricator, see Restarting Phabricator in the documentation.