To use PHP's OpenSSL support you must also compile PHP --with-openssl[=DIR] .
The OpenSSL library also has additional requirements for normal operation at run-time. Most notably, OpenSSL requires access to a random or pseudo-random number generator; on most Unix and Unix-like platforms (including Linux), this means that it must have access to a /dev/urandom or /dev/random device.
Note: Note to Win32 Users
为了使此扩展生效， DLL 文件必须能在 Windows 系统的 PATH 指示的路径下找到。如何操作的信息，请参见题为“如何在 Windows 中将 PHP 目录加到 PATH 中”的FAQ。虽然将 DLL 文件从 PHP 文件夹复制到 Windows 系统目录也行，但不建议这样做。 此扩展需要下列文件在 PATH 路径中： libeay32.dll
Additionally, if you are planning to use the key generation and certificate signing functions, you will need to install a valid openssl.cnf file on your system. We include a sample configuration file in our win32 binary distributions, in the extras/openssl directory.
PHP will search for the openssl.cnf using the following logic:
In your installation, you need to decide whether to install the configuration file at c:\usr\local\ssl\openssl.cnf or whether to install it someplace else and use environmental variables (possibly on a per-virtual-host basis) to locate the configuration file. Note that it is possible to override the default path from the script using the
- the OPENSSL_CONF environmental variable, if set, will be used as the path (including filename) of the configuration file.
- the SSLEAY_CONF environmental variable, if set, will be used as the path (including filename) of the configuration file.
- The file openssl.cnf will be assumed to be found in the default certificate area, as configured at the time that the openssl DLL was compiled. This is usually means that the default filename is c:\usr\local\ssl\openssl.cnf.
configargsof the functions that require a configuration file.