CloudLinux - Extending PHP Selector - Part I

Dell keeps their Linux servers on and secure with KernelCare - all the latest security patches are promptly applied to running kernels

TRY FREE FOR 30 DAYS
PHP Selector packages wide number of PHP extends, but sometimes you might want to add one more.

You can install additional PEAR packages serverwide by running /opt/alt/phpXX/usr/bin/pear command line tool, where XX is php version you need a package for. For example to install Auth package for php52 you would do:
/opt/alt/php52/usr/bin/pear install Auth

Checking if the package is installed from the user side is also easy - enter int cagefs for that user:
cagefsctl --enter USER

and check if package is visible:
/opt/alt/php52/usr/bin/pear list | grep Auth

By default, PEAR packages are installed to /opt/alt/phpXX/usr/share/pear directory. To make sure that those packages are available to web applications the path should be included with your php.ini. You can check include_path from phpinfo() page. If path is not there, you may need to edit /opt/alt/phpXX/etc/php.ini and add something like:
include_path = ".:/usr/share/pear:/opt/alt/phpXX/usr/share/php:/opt/alt/phpXX/usr/share/pear"

Put an end to reboots forever with a single command

TRY FREE FOR 30 DAYS
frank doud

"Quickest turnaround for security patches I have ever seen. Outstanding product and service. Plug and Play. This product is #1 at protecting your server’s kernel."

Frank Doud
Owner of G.C. Solutions

1,500+ companies are running their servers securely without reboots

Trusted by Companies Like Yours