MCrypt Installer for OS X Server

Compatibility

  • OS X 10.11.x El Capitan with Server app 5.x (SIP compatible)
  • OS X 10.10.x Yosemite with Server app 4.x or 5.x
  • OS X 10.9.x Mavericks with Server app 3.x
  • OS X 10.8.x Mountain Lion with Server app 2.x

Note: If MCrypt is already installed and loadable by PHP, the installer will exit without making changes.


For both, OS X 10.10 and 10.11 with OS X Server 5

The PHP module installed here:

/usr/local/lib/php/extensions/mcrypt.so

We add/edit the mcrypt module location in /etc/php.ini

extension=/usr/local/lib/php/extensions/mcrypt.so

For OS X 10.8, 10.9 and 10.10 with OS X Server 2-4

PHP modules are installed here:

/usr/lib/php/extensions/no-debug-non-zts-20121212/mcrypt.so
/usr/lib/php/extensions/no-debug-non-zts-20100525/mcrypt.so
/usr/lib/php/extensions/no-debug-non-zts-20090626/mcrypt.so

Your system will use the correct version

We enable the mcrypt module location in /etc/php.ini

extension=mcrypt.so

What is installed and how do I remove files installed by this package.

Please see the Installer FAQ.

The topicdesk Mcrypt installer is a free download.

 

 

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  1. Me
    Me says:

    I installed mcrypt but larval is not recognizing it during installation. says Mcrypt PHP extension required.

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  2. Alfists
    Alfists says:

    Hi, Isn’t possible to make the installer to overwrite the old one? While I have tried to install it with other packages, before I have found this.
    And can you also make a installer for smbclient extension?

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    • Athanasios Alexandrides
      Athanasios Alexandrides says:

      Haven’t received many requests for smbclient, but may look into it.

      Not knowing how you installed MCrypt, it is difficult to recommend what to do. In any case, if you remove the reference you added to your php.ini file, you can keep the version that is not working and use our installer.

      Reply
  3. Jeff Johnson
    Jeff Johnson says:

    The MCrypt installer doesn’t modify a system when the MCrypt module is already loading.

    The installer does a simple test:
    php -m | grep -i ^mcrypt && echo Installed || echo Not Installed

    A clean-install can be forced by removing any mcrypt lines from /etc/php.ini

    Jeff

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    • Alfista
      Alfista says:

      I have check it with your command but not installed.
      I have check it many times over php -m but without any changes.

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      • Jeff Johnson
        Jeff Johnson says:

        Alfista – Please create a folder on your desktop named ‘debug’ then run the installer again.
        The debug folder will contain more detail about the installation.
        Send the file(s) to: jeff -at- topicdesk.com

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  4. Luana
    Luana says:

    I tried installing using Mcrypt installer, however, I never go beyond the disk part. I get a message that say ” Roundcube can’t be installed on this disk.” Is it because I don’t have enough space? I have 304.69 GB available currently. I’m running on Yosemite 10.10.5. Any insight is appreciated!

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    • Jeff Johnson
      Jeff Johnson says:

      When our Roundcube installer is udated from 1.1.4 to 1.2 then mcrypt will likely be removed from the Roundcube Installer.

      The topicdesk mcrypt installer and mcrypt install tutorials on other sites are very popular, obviously there is interest.
      People do require and do install mcrypt, our package simply automates the process.
      Taking our own personal time and resources to package a product for the benefit of others – thats a disservice ?

      Jeff

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      • Sean
        Sean says:

        Jeff, sorry for my choice of words, of course the time and effort you provide is a service to the community!

        Do you agree with the links above, that mcrypt is abandonware?

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        • Jeff Johnson
          Jeff Johnson says:

          Why are you asking me ?
          Its up to people that use mcrypt to determine its value.
          If you don’t care for it, then move on.

          We provide an automated installation for those that need it – thats it.
          Discussions about the installer belong here.

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          • Sean
            Sean says:

            Question about your installer then: what version of mcrypt does it install? Could you give the URL of the code you built from?

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