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SOLVED Including files from other user accounts

Discussion in 'EasyApache' started by nosajix, Dec 30, 2016.

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  1. nosajix

    nosajix Member

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    I know your going to say "BAD IDEA" and I agree, mostly -

    I am the only one on a VPS, I have a central code base that feeds all of the other sites. It is working on a server now with Easy Apache 3 - using php 5.5.3, and DSO handler.

    New server I am trying to move to is running EasyApache 4 (which I like the idea of) but I cannot figure out how to get DSO as a handler option and cannot find a trace of mod_php anywhere.

    There must be away to do this, I would like to use suPHP if possible. I have been on this ALL DAY and would love an answer to hit my on the head.

    And before you tell me how bad of a programmer I am, I fully intend on transforming this system to either an auto-deployment system or even better a REST API, but that is going to take some time and I need to get this server moved as the older one is in the hands of a support team that is hard to deal with.

    Please help if you can
     
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    Hello,

    The DSO package for PHP with EasyApache 4 is named with the "-php" suffix. For example, the DSO package for PHP 7.0 is:

    ea-php70-php

    You'd install it with a command such as:

    Code:
    yum install ea-php70-php
    Thanks!
     
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