I created a DigitalOcean LAMP droplet right out of the box - and cURL is not working. I have edited my php.ini file by removing the semicolon before the curl extension, but php is still not recognizing it.
This is incredibly irritating as it should work - right out of the box, yes? I have to have cURL in order to use the CMS I want. I have been trying for days to get this working to no avail.
Either I find a solution quickly or I will just have to find another host that has something that will work. I tried creating my own stack and that didn’t work either. I am about to lose my mind… UGH!
Any help would be appreciated, Thanks!
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