Installation

Des informations sur l'installation de ces extensions PECL peuvent être trouvées dans le chapitre du manuel intitulé Installation des extensions PECL. D'autres informations comme les notes sur les nouvelles versions, les téléchargements, les sources des fichiers, les informations concernant les mainteneurs ainsi qu'un CHANGELOG, peuvent être trouvées ici : » http://pecl.php.net/package/gnupg.

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Jane Doe
1 year ago
Hi -

By default on Ubuntu 12.04 LTS gnupg needs to write to .gnupg in the home directory of the user running PHP (so for a web site this is www-data). You might need to make a ~/.gnupg for www-data and chown/chmod it correctly or everything will fail.
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Dominik Sommer
1 year ago
For Ubuntu 12.04, these are the steps:
1. Install packages: gnupg libgpg-error-dev libassuan-dev
2. Download GPGME library from ​http://www.gnupg.org/download/index.en.html#gpgme
3. Extract, then run
   configure
   make && sudo make install
4. Install PECL extension
   sudo pecl install gnupg
5. Add to php.ini
   extension=gnupg.so
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frozenfire at php dot net
2 years ago
Here are instructions for how to resolve the issue where you encounter this error:

/usr/include/gpgme.h:80:2: error: #error GPGME was compiled with _FILE_OFFSET_BITS = 64, please see the section "Largefile support (LFS)" in the GPGME manual.

This is a result of the gnupg extension currently lacking largefile support. The solution is fairly simple.

pecl download gnupg
tar -zxf gnupg-1.3.2.tgz
cd gnupg-1.3.2

Open the file config.m4 in an editor, and add "AC_SYS_LARGEFILE" to a new line at the very end of the file, then save.

phpize
./configure
make
make install

Now simply add extension=gnupg.so to your php.ini, and the extension should work.
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sma dot azar at gmail dot com
5 years ago
After spending so much time I could only install it on Linux and not Windows. There is very little instructions on the net about installation of this module, so I am going to write a small instructions that should help a straightforward installation on Linux without so much trouble.

Step 1: you will need a C++ compiler on your machine. For being sure try this command in the terminal:
<?php
sudo apt
-get install g++
?>
Obviously you need GnuPG itself, so try:
<?php
sudo apt
-get install gnupg
?>
Step 2: you will need "Libgpg-Error" downloaded and installed on your machine.
2-1: Download the code from http://www.gnupg.org/download/#libgpg-error
2-2: Extract it to a directory. In the terminal, change the directory to the Libgpg-error directory.
2-3: Configure the package for building and installation with below command:
<?php
./configure
?>
2-4: In the same directory make it with below command:
<?php
sudo make
?>
2-5: In the same directory install it with below command:
<?php
sudo make install
?>

Step 3: you will need "GnuPG Made Easy" (GPGME) downloaded and installed on your machine. Some sources will tell you that you can "apt-get install" it, but actually you cannot. So do it like the latter:
3-1: Download the source code from http://www.gnupg.org/download/#gpgme
3-2: Extract it to a directory. In the terminal, change the directory to the GPGME directory.
3-3: Configure the package for building and installation with below command:
<?php
./configure
?>
3-4: In the same directory make it with below command:
<?php
sudo make
?>
3-5: In the same directory install it with below command:
<?php
sudo make install
?>

Step 4: Given that you have a LAMP server already and have php installed, you will need "pear" and "php source codes". To add them use below commands:
<?php
sudo apt
-get install php5-dev
sudo apt
-get install php-pear
?>

Step 5: Now you can install GNU Privacy Guard for php using PECL command:
<?php
sudo pecl install gnupg
?>
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Mahbub Kabir
6 months ago
I tried followings on Debian Squeeze and it worked fine

apt-get install libgpgme11-dev
pecl install gnupg

create a new file under conf.d folder and add following lines

; configuration for gnupg module
extension=gnupg.so

Reload apache configuration
/etc/init.d/apache2 reload

Check PHP Info and you should see gnupg

Hope this helps.
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cam dot metzke at gmail dot com
11 months ago
For the folks in Debian Wheezy who are having a bit of trouble
heres a link to to a .deb file ( I use it ) for amd64 users

http://users.on.net/~cam.metzke/Debian%20Packages/Wheezy/gnupg/PECL-gnupg/

Anyway I built it for the community, hope it helps :)
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mk at wintermute dot at
5 years ago
Quick installation guide on Fedora 10:

Needed:
- c++ compiler
- php-pear
- gnupg
- libgpg-error
- gpgme
- gpgme-devel
- php-devel

Install with:
$ pecl install gnupg

Add an entry to /etc/php.ini:
extension=gnupg.so

Restart Apache > you're done.
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Heath
4 years ago
On Debian 5.05 (Lenny) I needed to install libgpgme11-dev
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