I've seen similar questions but none that address my situation adequately. I'm running Apache and PHP 5.3.6 on a amazon cloud server.
phpinfo keeps stating that sqlite is disabled. At least that what it seems from the configure line:
'./configure' ... '--without-sqlite'
In other parts of phpinfo() output:
PDO PDO drivers mysql, sqlite PDO Driver for SQLite 3.x enabled SQLite Library 3.6.20 sqlite3 SQLite3 support enabled SQLite3 module version 0.7-dev SQLite Library 3.6.20 Directive Local Value Master Value sqlite3.extension_dir no value no value
and at least one the following PHP commands fail:
if (!extension_loaded('SQLite') OR !function_exists('sqlite_open'))
Yum install states that both sqlite and pdo-lite are already installed.
I've tried to enable sqlite by editing my local php.ini by adding:
; Enable sqlite3 extension module extension=sqlite3.so
I've checked the main php.ini (/etc/php.ini) and there is nothing specific about disabling it. In fact, there is a sub-conig file loaded in php.d that also specifies this extension as well as another for the pdo-sqlite
I'm running of things to look for or try. Any suggestions.
How do I find where the PHP configure is stated?