As with EasyApache mhash collect?

hamiltonbl

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Hello happens that is very rare in my cpanel the option "mhash" not not appear anywhere I've looked very carefully but nothing is happening?

I can do to collect it?
 

JaredR.

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mhash has been made obsolete by hash. I searched for "mhash" in Google and this was the second result:

PHP: Mhash - Manual

The note about mhash being obsolete is from a year ago, so it has been obsolete for some time.

You can install hash using PECL, in Home » Software » Module Installers. There is no need to run EasyApache to install hash. hash has replaced mhash so you should install hash instead.
 

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I'm not sure I understand the question. Can you be more specific about the error/problem you're facing?
I mean: mhash not appear in the EasyApache

So I can not collect

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mhash has been made obsolete by hash. I searched for "mhash" in Google and this was the second result:

PHP: Mhash - Manual

The note about mhash being obsolete is from a year ago, so it has been obsolete for some time.

You can install hash using PECL, in Home » Software » Module Installers. There is no need to run EasyApache to install hash. hash has replaced mhash so you should install hash instead.
with hachis have the same functionalities of mhash
 

JaredR.

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We understand that you are saying that mhash is not in EasyApache.

mhash is obsolete.

Use hash instead.

Click this link and read it. It explains that mhash is obsolete, and that you should use hash instead:

PHP: Mhash - Manual

hash is not in EasyApache. Use PECL in Home » Software » Module Installers to install hash.

I hope this helps. Please tell us if you still do not understand.
 

JaredR.

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hash should work the same as mhash, but to make sure, you should ask the developer of the script that requires it.

If the script specifically requires mhash and will not work with hash, it is probably very old and outdated, and you may not want to host it on your server anyway, because old and outdated scripts are more prone to have security vulnerabilities.