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Comment on Plugging mcrypt into PHP on macOS Sierra 10.12 by Justin Vincent

Thu, 24 Aug 2017 17:35:12 +0000

Or you could try this: https://brew.sh/ brew install mcrypt brew install php56-mcrypt brew install php71-mcrypt



Comment on Plugging mcrypt into PHP on macOS Sierra 10.12 by John Wetsell

Thu, 22 Jun 2017 18:53:14 +0000

run xcode-select --install to install the XCode's Command Line Tools



Comment on Plugging mcrypt into PHP on macOS Sierra 10.12 by Chuks Opia

Thu, 08 Jun 2017 08:04:58 +0000

Worked! Thanks a lot. :)



Comment on Plugging mcrypt into PHP on macOS Sierra 10.12 by Michael Gracie

Wed, 07 Jun 2017 23:37:47 +0000

Right click on it and hit Get Info; you can change the permissions to Read & Write at the bottom. Make your changes to the file, then revert the permissions back to Read Only.



Comment on Plugging mcrypt into PHP on macOS Sierra 10.12 by Chuks Opia

Wed, 07 Jun 2017 21:53:30 +0000

I did the whole process again and trying to edit my php.ini file in /etc it says it is write protected and I can't save my changes



Comment on Plugging mcrypt into PHP on macOS Sierra 10.12 by Chuks Opia

Mon, 05 Jun 2017 17:08:28 +0000

I've done that already. Got no errors but it still did not work






Comment on Plugging mcrypt into PHP on macOS Sierra 10.12 by Chuks Opia

Sat, 03 Jun 2017 19:02:28 +0000

You mean delete the libmcrypt and php files and start afresh?



Comment on Plugging mcrypt into PHP on macOS Sierra 10.12 by Michael Gracie

Sat, 03 Jun 2017 13:31:02 +0000

Best bet is to delete everything and start over, following steps exactly as prescribed.



Comment on Plugging mcrypt into PHP on macOS Sierra 10.12 by Chuks Opia

Fri, 02 Jun 2017 21:53:23 +0000

I should add that the only thing I didn't do as instructed above was to install autoconf in the PHP...folder. I ran it in the libmcrypt folder.