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Using EasyApache to upload ioncube

Discussion in 'EasyApache' started by nootkan, Oct 5, 2014.

  1. nootkan

    nootkan Well-Known Member

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    Hi guys, I just purchased a plugin that requires ioncube to work so I went into easyapache to do a custom build and check off ioncube 4.6.1 to be added to my default build. When I checked the ioncube box I received this message:
    I am not aware of the implications so I did some research using google and the only issue I can see is that the extension has to reference php v 5.3.29 (my version) in my php.ini file. Something similar to
    Is there anything else that should concern me? Also will easyapache automatically add the extension reference inside my php.ini file or do I have to do it manually?
     
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    You can run below command to install IonCubeLoader in cPanel and it will automatically add the extension to php.ini

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    /scripts/phpextensionmgr install IonCubeLoader
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    Hello,

    You can install ioncubeloader on your server with the following command

    Code:
    /scripts/phpextensionmgr install ioncubeloader
     
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    nootkan Well-Known Member

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    Thanks 24x7, so you're saying that easyapache isn't the way to go? May I ask why? I'm seeing more threads in my research where ioncube 4.6.1 is causing issues with older versions of php like I have on my server so I want to make sure that it is a flawless install if that is at all possible.
     
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    nootkan Well-Known Member

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    After a little more research I found this great article that explained it a little more for me so I installed it using your suggestion 24x7 and it seems to have worked very easily. Thanks again 24x7 :)
    /https://www.ndchost.com/wiki/cpanel/how-to-install-ioncube
     
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