backycorp

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I am having problems with php 4.4.0 saying that zend is not installed. Is there a work around for this yet. I have a script that requires this for it to run correctly? Any help or insight is greatly appriciated.

Sincerely,

William Backy
 

rpmws

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/scripts/installzendopt

**i think*** that's the installer name
 

backycorp

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Yea I know the zend installer that cpanel has dosnt work. I have manually installed it and it dosnt like php version 4.4.0 it dosnt mind 4.3.10-11 or the 5.0.3 of php for some reason the 4.4.0 dosnt work right with zend.
 

backycorp

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I didnt even check into it that far but good point. Anyone have any ideas on how to resolve these issues?
 

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Making the decision to upgrade in the first place should have only been done after researching possible compatability issues. If it is that much of a concern to you, then downgrade until such time as the vendors of the software you are using release an update.

Perhaps you would be better off by spending the effort to contact those vendors of the programs in question rather than pestering cpanel for something that isn't their responsibility ? Makes sence to me! :D
 

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Your going to have to wait until Zend releases the SO build for 4.4

I did the same thing and ended up going back to 4.3 since it would not work.
 

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i went to 5.04 about a week ago and have not had but one isse over 1200 domains. I have been lucky.. went to mysql4.1 also and only had one issue there.
 

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you can change the installer URL to include the new URL

Edit: Open up /scripts/installzendopt via Pico or whatever you use to edit files and change this line

Linux => 'http://www.zend.com/store/getfreefile.php?pid=13&zbid=848&iagree=1',
Linux =>'http://downloads.zend.com/optimizer/2.5.10a/ZendOptimizer-2.5.10a-linux-glibc21-i386.tar.gz'
Save Your changes, re-run the script. And it'll all be working.

execute /scripts/installzendopt
 

casey

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3w-hostconcept said:
you can change the installer URL to include the new URL

Edit: Open up /scripts/installzendopt via Pico or whatever you use to edit files and change this line





Save Your changes, re-run the script. And it'll all be working.

execute /scripts/installzendopt
Thanks. :)