This sounds great. cPanel is currently missing the ability to select PHP modules and to securly edit php.ini settings allowing the admin user to define what can be edited and can\'t.
We will only move to EA4 if these features are included. This does all sound hopefull as I like the presentation of EA4. It gives a more integrated feel than current PHP Selector due to the use of paper lanterns CSS.
How close are you to getting this working ?
Is this likly to be in v56 ? (i presume it\'s not working in v54 yet ?)
Cpanel will install EA4 by default on new installs. If Cloudlinux isn\'t compatible yet, what will be the install procedure to install a new server ? It was install centos, install cPanel, convert to cloudlinux. Will we now have to install centos, install cPanel, convert back to EA3, convert to cloudlinux ? Or should we install Cloudlinux directly and install cPanel on Cloudlinux so that cPanel can detect it and not use EA4 ?
cPanel on its own has never had the option to adjust PHP modules on websites.
To give your users such option, you should use PHP Selector that is provided by CloudLinux. Read more about it here: https://docs.cloudlinux.com/php_selector/
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