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SQLite Support for PHP4 Page 3

By Jason Farrell
on August 24, 2004

Step 2: Configure Dynamic Load of the Module in php.ini
Now that we have the module correctly installed, we need to make sure
PHP loads it when it is executed by Apache. This is done the same way
extensions are enabled on a Win32 system, by using dynamic extension
loading. Open your php.ini file and find the directive ‘extension_dir’
which defines where PHP will look for external modules. Make sure that
the sqlite.so file is under this directory. In my case, I generally
create a symlink from the original file to this location.
Next scroll down and add the module name the list of modules in the

As explained in the INI file, no other information is needed here save
the EXACT name of the .so file created during the install. When finished
you should have these two similar lines in the INI file.

        extension_dir = /path/to/php/extensions/
        extension = sqlite.so