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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by whizard, May 12, 2005.
I was just wondering if anyone knew when CPanel would adopt PHP 5.
No idea, but you can use it now under beta testing through WHM.
not somthing I can personally recomend, if you are going to, do a manuall compile and add .php5 as a proper extention and run your php 5 scripts as .php5
We've been running PHP5 for about 2 months now without any problems. there was one problem recently regarding mysql and mysqli, but someone posted a fix for it somewhere around here. And it worked
Not saying it doesn't work.
But if anyone is hosting phpBB forums, they are going to go down, phpBB 2 does not nativly support php5.
also I don't think ubb.threads does either..
I saw that the expirimantal quote by PHP5 in Apache update/easyapache is disapeared now.
Is PHP5 now fully supported by cpanel??
I saw a post regarding PHP 5 and cPanel. I beleive it was cpanelbilly ( http://forums.cpanel.net/showpost.php?p=185929&postcount=6 ) that cPanel supports PHP 5, but the reason of it still listed as BETA is because it will break many users scripts ( PHP 4 and below ) as many things are deperciated and removed from PHP 5 that would work in PHP 4.
Interesting. I would imagine that since it works fine from a cPanel perspective it's OK as script compatibility isn't their responsibility.
So assuming that is the case then you might want to scale back cPanel to get rid of any script installers as well as disable or not install fantastico if you want to avoid many headaches on a php5 installed server?
Would that be a safe assumption?
Actually, many of the scripts do work with PHP 5, so I did not remove them from CPanel.