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Attention! Knowledge of how to administer *nix systems is required for operations described in this section. Please, create a full Virtual appliance system backup before performing operations described below.

In addition to enabling specific PHP-extensions from the BitrixEnv menu, the required extensions can be connected manually.

Configuration ini-files for the available php-extensions are located in the directory /etc/php.d/:

To manually enable a required extension, the file {name_extension}.ini.disabled must be renamed to {name_extension}.ini and the Apache service must be re-launched – httpd.

For example, extension dom must be enabled.

  1. Go to server directory /etc/php.d/:

    cd /etc/php.d/
  2. Print list of files in the directory:

  3. Find the file 20-dom.ini.disabled in the list, rename it for 20-dom.ini, save and replace the current file:

    mv 20-dom.ini.disabled 20-dom.ini

    Attention! If the content of 20-dom.ini.disabled is copied into 20-dom.ini and those two files are kept in the directory /etc/php.d/, then the dom-extension will deactivated when the PHP or Virtual Appliance are updated. To avoid this, only one file 20-dom.ini must be kept with the active extension.

  4. Re-launch the Apache service – httpd:

    • CentOS 6:

      service httpd restart
    • CentOS 7:

      systemctl restart httpd.service
  5. The procedure is completed, extension is dom operational:

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