If you are on shared hosting and do not have command line access to your web server, you may have to contact your web host to see if they support the
cURL PHP extension. Many web hosts disable this extension by default for security reasons but may enable it manually for you on request.
Apache and Nginx on Linux
If you have shell access to your Apache or Nginx web server, you must install the cURL extension:
sudo apt-get install php-curl
You must also restart your web server for changes to take effect.
To restart Apache, run:
sudo service apache2 restart
To restart Nginx, run:
sudo service nginx restart
If you’re on Windows, go to your
php.ini file and search for “curl”.
; semicolon from the beginning of the following line.
If you are on an older version of PHP, the line might look like below.
After you have saved the file you must restart your HTTP server software before this can take effect.
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