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    Default help installing a script

    Hello
    I'm trying to install a 3rd party script for digital delivery to my cp panel ok I followed the instructions carefully and I belive I've got it right.
    when I go to my browser to try it out I get this message too much for me je je If someone could tell me more less what this means It would be very nice thanks in advance. heres the message.

    The following provides an overview of the loader naming conventions:

    ixed.X.Y.Zdd.os

    X.Y
    - major PHP version number (4.3 for 4.3.x, 5.0 for 5.0.x)
    Z
    - minor PHP version number (2 for 5.0.2)
    This part may be missed in the loader name which means that this loader is for all higher PHP versions:
    ·ixed.4.3.lin - for all PHP 4.3.x versions
    ·ixed.5.0.0.lin - for PHP 5.0.0 only
    ·ixed.5.0.1.lin - for PHP 5.0.1 only
    ·ixed.5.0.2.lin - for PHP 5.0.2 only
    ·ixed.5.0.lin - for all PHP 5.0.3+ versions and higher
    dd
    - optional code of supported encoder and system:
    ·(missed) - this loader will load scripts protected with full version of SourceGuardian™ 4.0 for PHP
    ·ev. - this loader will load scripts protected only with the evaluation version of SourceGuardian™ 4.0 for PHP
    ·ts. - this loader will load scripts protected with the full version of SourceGuardian™ 4.0 for PHP and is suited for manual installation on systems with Thread Safety enabled PHP (see details below)
    os
    - three char code of operating system type. Currently supported:
    ·.win - Windows
    ·.lin - Linux
    ·.fre - FreeBSD

    Automatic ixed loading

    Most operating systems and installations of PHP will load the Protected scripts without any modification. PHP will be able to find and load the appropriate loader if the following conditions are met:
    1) Operating system and PHP mode:
    Linux or FreeBSD - PHP installed as CGI or CLI
    Linux or FreeBSD - PHP installed as Apache module (with thread safety off)
    Windows - PHP installed as CGI or CLI
    2) Thread Safety is disabled. You may check phpinfo() output for this.
    3) dl() is enabled. You should have enable_dl=On in your php.ini.
    4) The PHP extensions directory needs to exist. Please check that the extension_dir= option in php.ini points to the real directory. Some hosting companies have incorrect installations of PHP and this can cause problems.
    5) The latest ixed loaders are installed in an /ixed/ subdirectory within your scripts directory or any parent directory. Examples are below:
    Example 1:
    (loaders are in the /ixed/ subdirectory within the scripts directory)
    /home/mysite/www/myscript1.php - your protected script(s)
    /home/mysite/www/myscript2.php - your protected script(s)
    /home/mysite/www/subdir/otherscript1.php - other protected script(s)
    /home/mysite/www/subdir/otherscript2.php - other protected script(s)
    /home/mysite/www/ixed/ixed.* - script loaders
    Example 2:
    (loaders are in the /ixed/ subdirectory within any *parent* directory)
    /home/mysite/www/myscript1.php - your protected script(s)
    /home/mysite/www/myscript2.php - your protected script(s)
    /home/mysite/www/subdir/otherscript1.php - other protected script(s)
    /home/mysite/www/subdir/otherscript2.php - other protected script(s)
    /home/ixed/ixed.* - script loaders
    6) (For windows users only) extension_dir= option in php.ini should point to the directory located *on the same drive* with your document root and scripts directory.
    Manual ixed installation

    It is possible to Manually install the ixed and this is required in the following conditions:
    1) Operating system and PHP mode:
    Linux or FreeBSD - PHP installed as Apache module (with thread safety on)
    Windows - PHP installed as Apache module (thread safety is always on)
    2) If Thread Safety is enabled. You may check phpinfo() output for this. PHP installed as Apache module under Windows will always have Thread Safety on.
    3) If dl() is disabled. You have to enable_dl=Off in your php.ini.
    Manual installation may be used even if automatic loading is available. With appropriate and manually installed SourceGuardian™ loaders you give the maximum performance for your protected scripts. This is because the script will not need to search for a loader each time it runs.
    For manual installation of SourceGuardian™ protected script loaders you should have access to the php.ini configuration file. Manual installation is easy:
    1) Check phpinfo() output for PHP version, Thread Safety mode and extension_dir path.
    2) Copy the latest loaders into the /ixed/ subdirectory of your PHP extension_dir
    3) Add one line into your php.ini with the appropriate loader name. This will depend on your OS, PHP version, Thread Safety mode and SourceGuardian™ version (full or evaluation). Please refer to the "Loader filename structure" section above.
    Examples:
    (These are not the only possible variants, and are just provided as examples)
    extension=ixed/ixed.4.3.lin # for Linux, non thread safe, PHP 4.3.x
    extension=ixed/ixed.5.0.0.lin # for Linux, non thread safe, PHP 5.0.0
    extension=ixed/ixed.5.0.1.lin # for Linux, non thread safe, PHP 5.0.1
    extension=ixed/ixed.5.0.2.lin # for Linux, non thread safe, PHP 5.0.2
    extension=ixed/ixed.5.0.lin # for Linux, non thread safe, PHP 5.0.3+

    extension=ixed/ixed.5.0.0ts.lin # for Linux, thread safe, PHP 5.0.0
    extension=ixed/ixed.5.0ts.lin # for Linux, thread safe, PHP 5.0.3+

    extension=ixed/ixed.4.3.fre # for FreeBSD, non thread safe, PHP 4.3.x
    extension=ixed/ixed.4.3ev.fre # for FreeBSD, PHP 4.3.x, evaluation version

    extension=ixed/ixed.4.3.win # for Windows, PHP 4.3.x
    extension=ixed/ixed.4.3ev.win # for Windows, PHP 4.3.x, evaluation version
    extension=ixed/ixed.5.0.2.win # for Windows, PHP 5.0.2
    extension=ixed/ixed.5.0.win # for Windows, PHP 5.0.3+
    extension=ixed/ixed.5.0ev.win # for Windows, PHP 5.0.3+, evaluation version

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    Default Re: help installing a script

    It all works now
    Thanks anyway

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    Default Re: help installing a script

    ok

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