phpldapadmin Exclusion in /etc/yum.conf

hartmada

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I am interested in installing phpldapadmin in a Centos 7 with cPanel server hosted by GoDaddy.

I was informed that the php* exclusions in /etc/yum.conf are added by cPanel due to supplying their own version of php and related products. Are there any security risks or concerns to bypassing the php* exclusion and installing phpldapadmin, or are there any other recommended work arounds (e.g., installing and configuring from source)?

Thank you in advance for any help.
 
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Hey there! Since phpldapadmin isn't something we test on our end, I can't say for sure if you would run into issues or not. Either a source or Yum install would be fine, but I'd recommend only removing "php*" from the exclude line while you perform your work and then adding it back when you're done.
 
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