OpenCATS 0.9.4-3

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I added Php 5.4 and MySql and still I have these two errors. Please help

1>
PHP MySQL extension (mysql) is not loaded.
Check your settings in php.ini.

Under certain Linux / BSD distributions, the PHP MySQL extension is a separate package.

Debian: Run "apt-get install php5-mysql" and restart your webserver.

FreeBSD: Install the php5-mysql port, or configure MySQL support in the php-extensions port and restart your webserver.
2>
PHP LDAP library extension (ldap) is not loaded.
Check your settings in php.ini.

OpenCATS will function without LDAP, but will not authenticate from a LDAP service

Under certain GNU/Linux distributions, the PHP LDAP extension is a separate package.

Ubuntu/Debian: Run "apt-get install php5-ldap" and restart your webserver.

Fedora/CentOS/RHEL: Run "dnf install php-ldap" or "yum install php-ldap" and restart your webserver.
#4687
PHP LDAP library extension (ldap) is not loaded.
Check your settings in php.ini.

OpenCATS will function without LDAP, but will not authenticate from a LDAP service

Under certain GNU/Linux distributions, the PHP LDAP extension is a separate package.

Ubuntu/Debian: Run "apt-get install php7-ldap" and restart your webserver.

Fedora/CentOS/RHEL: Run "dnf install php-ldap" or "yum install php-ldap" and restart your webserver.

PHP SOAP extension (soap) is not loaded.
Check your settings in php.ini.

OpenCATS will function without SOAP, but CATS Professional functionality will not be supported.

Under certain Linux / BSD distributions, the PHP SOAP extension is a separate package.

Ubuntu: Run "apt-get install php-soap" and restart your webserver.

Debian: Run "apt-get install php7-soap" and restart your webserver.

FreeBSD: Install the php7-soap port, or configure SOAP support in the php-extensions port and restart your webserver.

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