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Hi, 

Could anyone advise me on the following system requirements, which I am missing for ProcessWire installation:

DO (pdo_mysql) is required (for MySQL database)

Fail: GD 2.0 or newer
 Fail: JSON support
ZipArchive support was not found. This is recommended, but not required to complete installation.
 
 

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Hello and welcome to the forum.

You should edit your thread title... "Mr" is not very descriptive 🙂

JSON support should be included in the core with every PHP installation, according to the manual. Check with your hosting company if they can enable it.

The GD library is also very common. Again, ask your hoster to enable it.

Or, if you are developing locally, and use something like Laragon, you can probably enable the extension with a few clicks:

laragon-php-ext.thumb.png.b433baafcf555bec966c68032f99269c.png

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