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Install PHP ldap in cPanel

You can install PHP ldap using the following steps.

First, you need to make sure you have the openldap-devel RPM installed for your system. If it is not installed you can simply install it by using the following command.

 
yum install openldap-devel

Steps:  EasyApache3

Do the following steps if you are using EasyApache3.

 
mkdir /var/cpanel/easy/apache/rawopts/
cd /var/cpanel/easy/apache/rawopts/
vim all_php5

and add the following to it.

 
--with-ldap

Then run EasyApache without changing anything, and it will compile ldap into PHP.

 
/scripts/easyapache --build

You can verify the ldap module is installed on PHP by the following command.

 
php -m | grep ldap

Steps:  EasyApache4

EasyApache 4 comes with multiple PHP support hence we need to enable install PHP ldap on your desired version using the following method.

PHP 5.4

If you would like to install PHP ldap module on PHP 5.4, please run the following command:

 
yum install ea-php54-php-ldap

PHP 5.5

To install PHP ldap module on PHP 5.5, please run the following command:

 
yum install ea-php55-php-ldap

PHP 5.6

Run the following command for installing PHP ldap module on PHP 5.6:

 
yum install ea-php56-php-ldap

PHP 7.0

Run the following command for installing PHP ldap module on PHP 7.0:

 
yum install ea-php70-php-ldap

PHP 7.1

Run the following command for installing PHP ldap module on PHP 7.1:

 
yum install ea-php71-php-ldap

That’s it!

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