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* '''Use PECL to make the mongo.so file'''
 
* '''Use PECL to make the mongo.so file'''
 
**<source lang=bash>$ sudo pecl install mongo</source>
 
**<source lang=bash>$ sudo pecl install mongo</source>
'''Note''':If the the install generates any errors it will fail. You will need to troubleshoot based on the error reported.
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::'''Note''':If the the install generates any errors it will fail. You will need to troubleshoot based on the error reported.
 
* '''Create a module file for your mongo installation.'''
 
* '''Create a module file for your mongo installation.'''
 
**<source lang=bash>$ sudo touch /etc/php5/mods-available/mongo.ini</source>
 
**<source lang=bash>$ sudo touch /etc/php5/mods-available/mongo.ini</source>
 
* '''Edit the file you just created in your preferred text editor.'''
 
* '''Edit the file you just created in your preferred text editor.'''
There is a single line in the file it looks like this:
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::There is a single line in the file it looks like this:
**<source lang=bash>extension=mongo.so</source>
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*<source lang=bash>extension=mongo.so</source>
 
* '''Enable the php extension'''
 
* '''Enable the php extension'''
 
**<source lang=bash>$ sudo php5enmod mongo</source>
 
**<source lang=bash>$ sudo php5enmod mongo</source>

Revision as of 16:45, 6 February 2016

Drivers

Bitnami Installs on Windows, Mac, and Linux

Note:The Bitnami packages come with an instance of MongoDB and the drivers already installed. No further action is necessary.

Linux

  • Ensure that you have the php-pear and php5-dev packages installed on your system. You will also need the pcre3 and sasl2 development libraries.
    • $ sudo apt-get install php-pear php5-dev libpcre3-dev libsasl2-dev
  • Use PECL to make the mongo.so file
    • $ sudo pecl install mongo
Note:If the the install generates any errors it will fail. You will need to troubleshoot based on the error reported.
  • Create a module file for your mongo installation.
    • $ sudo touch /etc/php5/mods-available/mongo.ini
  • Edit the file you just created in your preferred text editor.
There is a single line in the file it looks like this:
  • extension=mongo.so
  • Enable the php extension
    • $ sudo php5enmod mongo
  • Restart your web service service
    • $ sudo service apache2 restart
      or
    • $ sudo service nginx restart