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Discussion in 'EasyApache' started by Im#NuMBeR1, Jan 10, 2016.

  1. Im#NuMBeR1

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    Hi guys.

    I know PHP 4.2.2 and vBulletin 3.8.x is OLD and am aware of the risks of using them, so please spare me the warnings. :) - I am trying to install ntPHPSelector so I can set a specific domain to use PHP 4.2.2 whereas the rest of the WHM accounts can use the most recent/stable PHP version.

    I can't find where to switch or set a specific account to use PHP 4.2.2 as it's not listed. Could someone guide me on how to do this please?

    Thank you.
     
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    I've got a vBforum running on PHP 5.4, why can't you?

    You'd do better to ask your question to ntPHPSelector support I would think. It's certainly not supported by cPanel.
     
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    Ah right, okay. Thank you anyway. I have installed NTPHPS and have set vB to run PHP 5.2. It works fine. :D
     
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