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Install memcached on Suse 11 SP2


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Install memcached on Suse 11 SP2

hi guys

I am trying to install this extension for php named memcached but I am not really able to do it

PECL :: Package :: memcached

I have Suse 11 SP2 installed without any registration (I mean installed not paying subscription) so my question

is there a way to install it like in CentOS - Fedora like this post?

RHEL / CentOS 6 Linux Install Memcached High Performance Distributed Memory Object Cache Server

thanks a lot
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