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The passwd file is readable by all users. This is perfectly normal. Same for /. Programs need access to /etc/passwd to map usernames to ids. The actual passwords are stored in /etc/shadow which is more restricted. If for some reason you don't want programs seeing those file you should look at creating a chroot jail which provides it with its own fake ...


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First of all you need check PHP version you have installed # php -v After this you need to find php-gd package for your version of PHP, cause yo are trying php-gd for PHP 5.5., but you (probably) have PHP 5.3.. So you can try: I assume you have REMI or CentALT repo installed, so just try installing pgp-gd from those repos. # yum install php-gd ...


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If the modules are dynamically loaded then you will find them either in php.ini or in some additional configuration files. If you look at a phpinfo result, you will see a parameter called 'Scan this dir for additional .ini files'. Look in that folder for any additional ini files that might be loading modules. All the rest of the modules remaining are ...



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