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Is it possible to install a php extension if PHP is already installed without having to rebuild PHP? I need to install the calendar extension but I don't like to build PHP, I just installed it with apt-get and did not builded it from source.

https://www.php.net/manual/en/calendar.installation.php

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    The output is empty – Black Mar 26 at 16:53
  • And what is wrong with apt-get install php-calendar if using Jessie(oldstable) or just installing php7.0-common or php7.3-common on newer versions? It seems that this module was integrated to php common package on Debian - packages.debian.org/search?keywords=php-calendar - What version of Debian are you using? – user34720 Mar 27 at 13:21
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If you installed PHP with apt-get, then you also need to install any required PHP modules in the same way.

In your case you need to do this:

apt-get install php-calendar

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