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Build CUBRID PHP Driver on Mac OS X through PECL using CCI Driver


In this tutorial you will learn how to install CUBRID PHP driver on Mac OS X through PECL repository using CUBRID CCI driver.

Download CCI driver

CUBRID PHP driver has a dynamic dependency on CCI driver. We have built a custom CCI driver for Mac users. You can download either 64 or 32 bit version. Once you download it, you need to copy the contents of the /lib directory /usr/lib and the contents of /include directory into /usr/include. The following example illustrates how to extract a 64-bit version.

tar zxvf CUBRID-CCI-8.4.1.4009-x64.macosx.tar.gz
sudo cp CUBRID-CCI-8.4.1.4009-x64/lib/* /usr/lib
sudo cp CUBRID-CCI-8.4.1.4009-x64/include/* /usr/include

Install PHP driver using PECL

Type the following command to install the latest version of CUBRID PHP Driver from PECL repository.

sudo pecl install cubrid

If you need older version of the driver, you can indicate its exact version like:

sudo pecl install cubrid-8.4.1.0003

During the installation you will be prompted to enter "CUBRID base install dir [autodetect]:". Enter that same directory where we have extracted CUBRID CCI driver files.

CUBRID base install dir [autodetect] : /usr

Configure php.ini

Now find the php.ini file and add the following line which instructs your Web server or FastCGI Process Manager to load CUBRID extension with the next restart.

extension=cubrid.so

Done! Now restart your Web server to load CUBRID extension.

Test CUBRID PHP API

Create a simple test.php file with the following contents:

<?php phpinfo(); ?>

In your browser visit http://localhost/test.php. Search for "CUBRID". You should see entries like Version, CCI Version, and CUBRID Version.

If you have any questions, please ask them at our Q&A site. If any issues with installation, post on our forum.

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