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SOLVED Remove EasyApache 3 option in WHM?

Discussion in 'EasyApache' started by iLinux85, Oct 17, 2017.

  1. iLinux85

    iLinux85 Active Member

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    i already moved from easyapache 3 to easyapache 4 , but as title says how to remove EasyApache 3 from the software menu in WHM Control Panel Page

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    Hi,

    After reviewing the code, it appears this is displayed only if the `/usr/local/apache.ea3' diretory exists, of if EA3 is currently in use. Once you move that directory out of the way, you'll likely still need to clear some cache; specifically, you'll need to mv `/var/cpanel/caches/_generated_command_files' out of the way so it can be regenerated.

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    many thanks william yes it is fixed now , i don't know if this a bug or not but u guys should do something about it since ea3 stopped for support in WHM v62

    and i don't know how to make this thread solved instead of in progress
     
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