AndyX

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Sep 25, 2015
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You just need to add this version
Interesting PHP 7.4 just magically appeared here:

WHM -> Home -> Software -> EasyApache 4

I then clicked Customize:

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I then clicked:

PHP Versions

What I don't understand is how this appeared without any intervention on my end, I just assume I needed to upgrade WHM to see the new PHP 7.4 version.
 
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cool_recep

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What I don't understand is how this appeared without any intervention on my end, I just assume I needed to upgrade WHM to see the new PHP 7.4 version.
WHM and EasyApache are independent. You don't need to update WHm to get PHP 7.4, as far as I know.
 

cPanelLauren

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Nov 14, 2017
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Hello,

EasyApache is updated nightly with cPanel maintenance by default. This used to be manageable at WHM>>Server Configuration>>Update Preferences but we removed that and if you need to make changes for some reason (which is not recommended) you would do so at /etc/cpupdate.conf. For example, my server which is on edge has the following:

Code:
[[email protected] public_html]# cat /etc/cpupdate.conf
CPANEL=edge
RPMUP=daily
SARULESUP=daily
STAGING_DIR=/usr/local/cpanel
UPDATES=daily
There aren't different versions of EasyApache beyond EasyApache 3 which is deprecated. You're using EasyApache 4 based on the screenshot you've shown.