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php 5.3 in a new server

Discussion in 'EasyApache' started by joaosavioli, Feb 8, 2017.

  1. joaosavioli

    joaosavioli Active Member

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    Hi,

    I need a new server with cpanel, but with php 5.3.
    I can install php 5.3 in centos 6.8 by yum.

    Is it possible install cpanel and remove http and php to install by yum?

    Best regards
    Joao
     
  2. SB-Nick

    SB-Nick Well-Known Member

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    Its going to be tricky, you need to download the src package inside /var/cpanel/easy/apache/custom_opt_mods and tell easyapache to compile it from there.
     
  3. vacancy

    vacancy Well-Known Member

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    EasyApache 4 does not support php 5.3.

    You have 2 options.

    1) Revert EasyApache 4 to EasyApache 3.
    2) Using CloudLinux.
     
  4. cPanelMichael

    cPanelMichael Forums Analyst
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    Hello,

    Support for end-of-life PHP versions is not currently planned with EasyApache 4, and you can't revert to EasyApache 3 on new cPanel installations. You can vote and review the existing comments on the following feature request if you'd like to express your support for legacy PHP support:

    Allow to install PHP 5.3 in Easy Apache 4 with the understanding that these versions are not secure.

    The recommended alternative at this time is to use software such as CloudLinux, as it supports legacy versions of PHP through the PHP Selector utility:

    CloudLinux Documentation

    Thank you.
     
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