n_kruse

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Does anyone know of an easy way to install php-Mhash through the WHM. I am a former Plesk user; having just made the switch to CP. So I am trying to learn a completely new system.

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mitul

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1. Login as 'root' into server.
2. run script /scripts/easyapache
3. Select -> Advanced option (6)

[ ] ~user bandwidth leech protection „_ „_
[ ] Dav Module „_ „_
[ ] Expires Module „_ „_
[ ] Raise FD_SETSIZE to 16384 (System Wide) „_ „_
[*] Frontpage Module „_ „_
[*] Raise HARD_SERVER_LIMIT „_ „_
[ ] Perl Module (not required to run .cgi scripts/not „_ „_
Php Module ---> „_ „_
[ ] PHP suEXEC Support (EXPERIMENTAL) „_ „_
[*] Rewrite Module „_ „_
[ ] Roaming Module (for netscape 4.5+) „_ „_
[*] SSL Module „_ „_
[*] suEXEC Module „_ „_
[ ] Throttle Module


4. Select 'PHP Module --->'
5. Select required php modules.

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n_kruse

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Mital,

Thanks for the response. When you stated log in as 'Root' is the same as 'su' login. If so I attempted this and the directory specified is not found.

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vishal

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If you are using cpanel on your server /scripts drirectory has to be there.

:D

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n_kruse

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Okay I waited for the delay and this finally ran okay, however, I did get the gd_lib installed, however, I did not see a option to install the mhash php module. Is it called something different in easyapache and I am just missing it?

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Godcore

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Did you ever get a response? We're having the same trouble.

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mmkassem

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The new easyapache has mhash.

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