I'm trying to install Magento 2 but during Readiness Check I get this error:
PHP Intl Extension is missing-
I'm using Filezilla and php 5.5.30
Somone WHO can help me?
Windows is not officially supported. However, to install intl in windows, you can find some tips on this thread: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1451468/intl-extension-installing-php-intl-dll
Thank you maddyC
ok I'm trying to understand, I download source code for PHP 5.5 (5.5.30) and unzip it.... what is next step?
Check the /ext folder if you the intl folder, and then follow the instructions in the link above
Got the same problem. Are you using Wamp?
Check that you don't have ";" in front of "extension=php_intl.dll" or remove it. It's in
Also, copy the files icu*51.dll from C:\wamp\bin\php\php5.5.12 to C:\wamp\bin\apache\apache2.4.9\bin
And restart the services (left click on Wamp icon > Restart All Services)
windows server for development is not a good idea,
you better install VirtualBox, inside you can run pure Linux, like CentOS or Ubuntu.
in fact you will keep environment identical to 95% of other possible server configurations worldwide.
I am using mac os el capitan, same error while readiness check:
missing php intl extension. I am using xampp.
I had a problem where php_intl.dll and php_curl.dll where missing, trying to resolve the issue from this link I did the comments below and the Intl extention now works
Move to Windows\system32 folder:
libssh2.dll, php_curl.dll, ssleay32.dll, libeay32.dll
Move to Apache24\bin folder
On Windows hosts libeay32.dll and ssleay32.dll have to be path-accessible for php_curl.dll to work correctly. Copying them into System32 (or even into the Windows main directory) is a bad hack (and does not even work with newer PHP versions). The right way to do it, is to add the PHP path to the Windows *Path* variable. In *Control Panel* --> *System* click on *Advanced System Settings* and use the button *Environment Variables*. Under *System Variables* you will find the *Path* variable. Edit it and append `;C:/PHP` to it - or whatever the path to your PHP root folder is.