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cpanel installed but with no php modules

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  1. absfrm

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    Hi all,
    I've installed cpanel/whm , and for a reason I did repair apache configuration by "EasyApache"

    Now no php extension is available ,
    My php script does not work and. I need these modules to be install :

    php-soap
    mbstring
    Zend Multibyte Support
    PDO

    And all php extensions. But cpanel didn't install any of them.
    What should i do?

    Thanks
     
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    Hello :)

    Did you choose specific modules under the "Exhaustive Options List" in EasyApache? Did EasyApache complete successfully, or did it fail? You can find it's logs within the following directory:

    /usr/local/cpanel/logs/easy/apache/

    Thank you.
     
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    Thank you for reply :)

    I've done EasyApache but no item name "Exhaustive Options List" after completion.

    Somewhere i red the "Exhaustive Options List" but nothing in my whm.

    Where is it exactly and what is the right way to update EasyApache step by step?

    And in the log directory there are 7 file some of them has .env extension
     
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    Yes , The problem was on "Exhaustive Options List".
    I've found it and install the modules i need,
    everything work fine

    Thanks
     
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