Ninja Media Script and PHP 7.2

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  • carlos-santos 8 months ago
    Hi
    I have a license bought.
    My host will end up with all PHP prior to 7.2.
    This script works with Laravel and we know that Mcrypt is deprecated in PHP 7.2.
    Does Ninja Media Script work with PHP 7.2?
    Thank you

    Hi I have a license bought. My host will end up with all PHP prior to 7.2. This script works with Laravel and we know that Mcrypt is deprecated in PHP 7.2. Does Ninja Media Script work with PHP 7.2? Thank you

  • lord-spown 8 months ago
    Hi,
    All the test i did are on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS and this are the steps 
    
    Step 1: Install PHP-7.2
    Before installing the mcrypt module, you must first install PHP-7.2 on Ubuntu… to do that, run the commands below:
    
    sudo apt install php-7.2
    
    After installing PHP above, continue below to install required dependencies that will allow you to install the mcrypt module…
    
    Step 2: Install Required PHP Dependencies To Install Mcrypt
    Now that PHP-7.2 is installed, run the commands below to install required dependencies that will allow the mcrypt module to be installed on Ubuntu with PHP-7.2 support… To install the required packages, run the commands below
    
    sudo apt install php-dev libmcrypt-dev php-pear
    
    After that, continue below to install mcrypt…
    
    Now that PHP-7.2 and all its required dependencies to install mcrypt are installed, run the commands below to install PHP mcrypt module on Ubuntu using pecl channel…
    
    sudo pecl channel-update pecl.php.net
    sudo pecl install mcrypt-1.0.1
    After running the commands above, you should see a message that reads php mcrypt module was successfully installed…. and that you should include the mcrypt.so extension in the php.ini file…
    
    Build process completed successfully
    Installing '/usr/lib/php/20170718/mcrypt.so'
    install ok: channel://pecl.php.net/mcrypt-1.0.1
    configuration option "php_ini" is not set to php.ini location
    You should add "extension=mcrypt.so" to php.ini
    Finally, run the commands below to open PHP configuration file…
    
    sudo nano /etc/php/7.2/cli/php.ini
    
    Then add the line below into the file, just below [PHP] and save…
    
    extension=mcrypt.so
    
    Save the file and you’re done….
    
    If you’re going to be using Apache2 HTTP server with PHP support, you may also want to add the mcrypt.so exetension to the php.ini file below:
    
    sudo nano /etc/php/7.2/apache2/php.ini
    
    For Nginx, use this:
    
    sudo nano /etc/php/7.2/nginx/php.ini
    
    Now the mcrypt module should be installed and ready to use…

    Hi, All the test i did are on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS and this are the steps

    Step 1: Install PHP-7.2 Before installing the mcrypt module, you must first install PHP-7.2 on Ubuntu… to do that, run the commands below:

    sudo apt install php-7.2

    After installing PHP above, continue below to install required dependencies that will allow you to install the mcrypt module…

    Step 2: Install Required PHP Dependencies To Install Mcrypt Now that PHP-7.2 is installed, run the commands below to install required dependencies that will allow the mcrypt module to be installed on Ubuntu with PHP-7.2 support… To install the required packages, run the commands below

    sudo apt install php-dev libmcrypt-dev php-pear

    After that, continue below to install mcrypt…

    Now that PHP-7.2 and all its required dependencies to install mcrypt are installed, run the commands below to install PHP mcrypt module on Ubuntu using pecl channel…

    sudo pecl channel-update pecl.php.net sudo pecl install mcrypt-1.0.1 After running the commands above, you should see a message that reads php mcrypt module was successfully installed…. and that you should include the mcrypt.so extension in the php.ini file…

    Build process completed successfully Installing '/usr/lib/php/20170718/mcrypt.so' install ok: channel://pecl.php.net/mcrypt-1.0.1 configuration option "php_ini" is not set to php.ini location You should add "extension=mcrypt.so" to php.ini Finally, run the commands below to open PHP configuration file…

    sudo nano /etc/php/7.2/cli/php.ini

    Then add the line below into the file, just below [PHP] and save…

    extension=mcrypt.so

    Save the file and you’re done….

    If you’re going to be using Apache2 HTTP server with PHP support, you may also want to add the mcrypt.so exetension to the php.ini file below:

    sudo nano /etc/php/7.2/apache2/php.ini

    For Nginx, use this:

    sudo nano /etc/php/7.2/nginx/php.ini

    Now the mcrypt module should be installed and ready to use…

  • carlos-santos 8 months ago
    Hi
    Thanks for your quick and complete response.
    
    The problem here is that I do not have SSH access to my server because it is a shared server.
    But the biggest problem is the response from my hosting.
    
    They literally say this: "Mcrypt is deprecated since PHP 7.1 and of course we will not install deprecated modules."
    
    Is there any other way to make Script work?
    
    Yesterday I downloaded the new version in Evato and did not see the vendor Laravel.
    Does this new version no longer work with Laravel?
    
    If so how do I upgrade from Version: 1.5.7 to the last?
    
    Thank you

    Hi Thanks for your quick and complete response.

    The problem here is that I do not have SSH access to my server because it is a shared server. But the biggest problem is the response from my hosting.

    They literally say this: "Mcrypt is deprecated since PHP 7.1 and of course we will not install deprecated modules."

    Is there any other way to make Script work?

    Yesterday I downloaded the new version in Evato and did not see the vendor Laravel. Does this new version no longer work with Laravel?

    If so how do I upgrade from Version: 1.5.7 to the last?

    Thank you

  • lord-spown 8 months ago
    All versions are made on laravel 
    If you purchase the application you can use our hosting services for your need is supporting our laravel applications and you have all needed modules ....
    You can activate your hosting https://devdojo.com/scripts/php and click on hosting button .
    And in a future release php 7.2 will be supported but for the moment  is not ....
    And cpanel with " php 7.1.23-1.1.2.cpanel  Unaffected  Standard PHP module provides mcrypt library support"

    All versions are made on laravel If you purchase the application you can use our hosting services for your need is supporting our laravel applications and you have all needed modules .... You can activate your hosting https://devdojo.com/scripts/php and click on hosting button . And in a future release php 7.2 will be supported but for the moment is not .... And cpanel with " php 7.1.23-1.1.2.cpanel Unaffected Standard PHP module provides mcrypt library support"

  • carlos-santos 8 months ago
    Hi
    Is there any way to run this script without laravel?
    Thank you

    Hi Is there any way to run this script without laravel? Thank you

  • lord-spown 8 months ago
    this script is made with laravel so is mandatory to have laravel

    this script is made with laravel so is mandatory to have laravel

  • carlos-santos 8 months ago
    Ok
    Thank you.

    Ok Thank you.

  • harshal-shah 2 months ago
    Hello carlos-santos,
    
    The script works better with Php and you have laravel too. Hence, there is a big possibility that Php and Laravel scripts work in this  

    Hello carlos-santos,

    The script works better with Php and you have laravel too. Hence, there is a big possibility that Php and Laravel scripts work in this

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