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meikestone
22-Mar-2013, 15:07
Hello,

for php5.2 is the php hash package (php5-hash, default on DVD) available.
But for PHP53 series, I don't can find this rpm.
Does anyone can help me, maybe it is merged with a other rpm?


Thanks Meike.

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rexemtrebor
08-Jan-2014, 16:33
As I have to upgrade to php 5.3 as well I have the same issue: What about the php hash package - why is it not available any more?

I am also looking vor php53-sqlite which is also missing in my SLES installation.

malcolmlewis
08-Jan-2014, 17:25
As I have to upgrade to php 5.3 as well I have the same issue: What about the php hash package - why is it not available any more?

I am also looking vor php53-sqlite which is also missing in my SLES installation.
Hi
The php53-sqlite package is available via the SLE-SDKSLE11-SDK-SP3-Pool (aka dvd) and an update via SLE11-SDK-SP3-Updates. Will need to ask my SUSE contacts about the hash one.

malcolmlewis
15-Jan-2014, 16:26
On Wed 08 Jan 2014 03:34:01 PM CST, rexemtrebor wrote:


As I have to upgrade to php 5.3 as well I have the same issue: What
about the php hash package - why is it not available any more?




Hi
It's now build into the php53 package, check the changelog;

- For practical reasons now the hash extension is built-in, hence
deprecates package php5-hash, it is nowadays required by the session
and phar extensions but must be statically built to work.

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