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Configure Suexec and PHP - problem

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by subn3t, Feb 20, 2008.

  1. subn3t

    subn3t Member

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    WHM 11.19.0 cPanel 11.19.0-E20931
    REDHAT Enterprise 3 i686 on standard - WHM X v3.1.0


    PHP 4 and PHP 5 compiled and installed successfuly via easyapache3 !

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    Problem Desc.:

    In Configure Suexec and PHP section and in the popup after the rebuild success from easyapache3 in WHM

    apache 2.2.8 php 4.4.8 php5.2.5

    In the selection dropdown menu

    "PHP 5 Handler" none

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    I recompiled apache a few times ... no change.
    tried to manually install php5 - from the build ... "make install" - installs OK, but in WHM selection again only PHP 4 listed.
    upcp --force - again the same : no change.
    down/up to/frrom stable/release/edge - no change
    restart of cpanel/whm - no change
    fixeverything does not help


    FIXED !!!

    Removing IonCube from build solved the problem! Buggy Cuber :)

    Regards,
    Stefan.
     
    #1 subn3t, Feb 20, 2008
    Last edited: Feb 20, 2008
  2. luket00

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    Thanks for telling how you fixed this. Worked for me as well! Thanks!
     
  3. xboxkiller88

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    HAving same Problem

    Was having the same problem there should be a ticket opened for this for the programmers to fix
     
  4. cPanelDavidG

    cPanelDavidG Technical Product Specialist

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    What is the ticket ID for your ticket?

    If you have not submitted a ticket yet, I recommend doing so.
     
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