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Configure Suexec and PHP

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by don_will, Jan 10, 2008.

  1. don_will

    don_will Well-Known Member

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    When ive clicked on Service Configuration >> Configure PHP and SuExec all i can see is:

    Current Configuration

    This tool allows you to select how Apache will deliver PHP content and to select which version of PHP will be used by default for the '.php' file extension. Please refer to the documentation for a detailed explanation of how each handler functions.

    Option Configured Value
    Default PHP Version (.php files) 5
    PHP 5 Handler suphp
    PHP 4 Handler none
    Suexec on

    Alter Configuration

    Option Value
    Default PHP Version (.php files)
    PHP 5 Handler
    PHP 4 Handler
    Suexec


    Do a dryrun (do not actually apply the new settings, just view the php config that would be generated).

    Please look the attached files. i want to know how to fix this.
     

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    don_will Well-Known Member

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    any idea... please.. i really need to change
     
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    cPanelDavidG Technical Product Specialist

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    That is what that screen should show.

    If you are looking to configure php.ini, go to WHM -> Service Configuration -> PHP Configuration Editor. For more options click the button for Switch to Advanced Mode on that page.

    If you are looking to recompile/upgrade PHP, compile more modules into PHP, enable PHP concurrency support or enable module support in PHP then go to WHM -> Software -> Apache Update then click the button to start customizing based off the selected profile.

    If you are looking to setup a PEAR repository on a server or install a PECL, you can do that at WHM -> Software -> Module Installers.

    If you were looking for something else, let me know.
     
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    don_will Well-Known Member

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    When we clicked at Service Configuration >> Configure PHP and SuExec i can see only that appearance.. in another apearance theres a options(tick or untick) for mbstring, curl, openssl e.t.c... thats what i want.. now that appearance.. i cannt tick mbstring,curl e.t.c.. if i need to enable that.. i need to go to Software >>> apache update.. its a long way.. huizzz.. thats all i can explain.. :D
     
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    Correct, and that is what it should show.

    Yes, you do need to click on the Apache Update link then proceed through the steps to where it asks for which options you wish to use. When you get to Step 5, click on the option for advanced configuration/exhaustive options and you will see a list of items you can simply check such as curl.
     
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