Nope ... Doesn't Work! I've tried it on many servers before giving up!Hi,
I want to enable suphp and fast-cgi for my cpanel server, can I do it ?
Also, is this a good idea to have suphp and fast-cgi to secure php on our server.
Not without causing very serious stability problems ...Actually, the previous post was incorrect. It's possible to get PHP 4, PHP 5, FastCGI, and SuPHP all installed, with Apache 1.3.x & Cpanel, and still function happily
I'm trying to find the how-to links, I'll post back shortly
And I'll repeat somebody else's suggestions: How-to links or guidance would be really helpful. I'm primarily interested in FastCGI myself, especially in an implementation that won't get hosed on cPanel updates.CPanel 11, Apache 1.3x, SuPHP, FastCGI, PHP 4, PHP 5, works great for me. I've had this setup (except Cpanel 10 previously) for 6 months now, no issues.
Right, but when doing the configuration at the end after the build, you select the handler and fcgi and suphp are two different options. You cant select both.macscr, latest easyapache (edge) supports suphp, fastcgi, and more. in WHM, just select the options that you want to have compiled. (select suphp, then fastcgi, fastcgi redirect, and might also need the regular cgi option as well)
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