Installing the SourceGuardian PHP Extension on RHEL?

If you have a 32-bit system (e.g. i686), just change the wget command, that downloads the loader. Find an overview of all loaders on the SourceGuardian-website.

First, create a temporary folder "loader" at /usr/src/:

mkdir /usr/src/loader
cd /usr/src/loader

Download the SourceGuardian package (64-bit here) directly into the new folder:

wget -N

Now extract the file:

tar xzf loaders.linux-x86_64.tar.gz

Copy the file that meets your PHP version like this:

cp ixed.5.4.lin /usr/lib64/php/modules/

"ts" in the filenames means "Thread Safety". If "Thread Safety" is enabled (usually not), copy the file ixed.5.3ts.lin instead.

Now create the SourceGuardian configuration file:

cd /etc/php.d/
touch sourceguardian.ini
nano sourceguardian.ini

Add the following to the file:


and save it. Now restart Apache:

service htttpd restart

Now the extension is installed for apache2 and CLI and VIMP will be decrypted.

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