Would someone be able to help with install the php_exif module? I looked at some of the documentation but I can’t figure out how to do it with docker. Thanks for the help.
In Ubuntu you’d usually install PHP modules with APT. However Exif is part of php7.2-common which is installed with EasyEngine 4.0 by default. However it is probably not enabled in your site’s php.ini
For reference you can install a PHP module like this:
apt-get install php7.2-common
So you’d have to enable it in your site’s php.ini file too
You can do this for an EasyEngine 4 setup on Ubuntu by editing php.ini in the following location for your site:
look for this line (ctrl+w allows you to search a string)
and remove the “;” at the start of the line (which comments out the line disabling it).
After this you should reload your site to restart php:
ee site reload your-site-name.com
Now you can try again. Unless there’s another issue your site should work quite nicely.
ee shell example.com --command=‘docker-php-ext-install pdo_mysql’ --user=root
You can adapt this to install exif:
ee shell example.com --command=‘docker-php-ext-install exif’ --user=root
I’ve tested this and it does work.
big heads up:
Incase you apply the temporary fix mentioned by @mrrobot47 , just remember it will get undone when you enable/disable the site or admin tools on the site. In that case, you’ll have to run the command again.