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Which is the best way (other than compiling) to install packages like php-soap and xdebug for the alternative PHP version ?
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  1. 11.02.2014 10:02:40
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Hi,

I am trying to install a few modules for the alternative version of PHP (both enabled on Plesk, php 5.3 and 5.5) but If I install a package using yum it will be available only for PHP 5.3 (native version). But PHP 5.5 will not have it.

Is there a way to install php extensions for PHP5.5 using yum as well ? I try to avoid compiling, not because I have any problems compiling, it is just annoying and probably unnecessary and I would like to know how to do it the "cloudlinux" way.

I have also installed PHP Selector for Plesk, but it will only display current installed modules in the PHP extensions settings, so I cannot really enable soap or xdebug if it was not there. Am I missing something ?

Any comment or advice will be appreciated.

Kind regards,


OS CloudLinux Server 6.5 (Pavel Popovich) Plesk Panel version 11.5.30 Update #32, last updated at Feb 7, 2014 03:40 AM 

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  1. 12.02.2014 05:02:26
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Got the answer after re-reading documentation


  yum groupinstall alt-php:



Then packages names are alt-phpXX-module
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