TWR Web Design

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Within "Configure PHP and SuExec", you should see both options for PHP4 and PHP5 despite the version of PHP installed on the system.

You'll notice however that you'll only have a drop-down box with options for the PHP version that you have installed.
 

drhost

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Hello

I rebuild my apache with php 5.2.5 with extensions on easyapache.

but when finish the process in Configure PHP and SuExec appear php 4.

And all php files on server is downloadables
 

cPanelDavidG

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only appear installed version php 4.

but in easyapache don't choose php 4.

please help me
I recommend ensuring your cPanel build is up to date. If you did that before the EasyApache process, then please submit a support ticket: http://tickets.cpanel.net/submit

If you did not update cPanel before running EasyApache, please do so then run EasyApache again to see if the same issue persists.