You may toggle or switch between preferences for SuExec and the PHP handlers (e.g., SuPHP) via your root WHM control panel at the following menu path:How can I enable suphp?!
thanks but it's ok!You may toggle or switch between preferences for SuExec and the PHP handlers (e.g., SuPHP) via your root WHM control panel at the following menu path:
WHM: Main >> Service Configuration >> Apache Configuration >> PHP and SuExec Configuration
Via the above page in WHM you can switch the PHP handler to SuPHP and ensure SuExec is enabled. If SuPHP is not listed in the drop-down menus for PHP then you will need to run EasyApache to enable support for SuPHP in Apache and PHP.
I recommend to reference the following documentation for more detailed information about the available PHP handlers:
ApachePHPRequestHandling < EasyApache3 < TWiki
It will help to know additional details:
Regarding the above message from reporter and also my prior post as well ...
As per your post it seems to be that you are totally confused with the SuExec concept.First you need to verify that your server is SuExec or not?Please read following thread carefully and try it.
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