PHP Selector: Cannot change "PHP Settings"
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When in PHP Selector, and I click \"Show PHP Settings\", if I change the value of a setting, clicking either \"Apply\" or \"Save\" nothing happens.

If I then select another setting, the original setting immediately reverts to the original value.

Have I forgotten something, or is this broken?
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  1. 05.08.2013 23:08:08
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Tony Baird Accepted Answer
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We're using cPanel and this had started happening in the most recent release as well.  Users cannot change it from cPanel we can however still change values using the CLI.
  1. 09.08.2013 10:08:23
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UnixGuru Accepted Answer
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Ok, Thanks!

It\'s not just me then!!

I don\'t really want to start doing this for all of my users and can\'t really expect them to learn the CloudLinux instructions, I hope this gets fixed soon!
  1. 27.11.2013 19:11:35
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Przemek Peron Accepted Answer
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I\'ve noticed that changing PHP settings in DirectAdmin doesn\'t work well with some custom DirectAdmin Skins. For example when I was using MarinaRS skin I was unable to change the settings but in \"Enhanced\" skin everything works.
  1. 01.11.2016 07:11:24
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Baris Leenders Accepted Answer
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I just installed a fresh copy of CloudLinux7 with DirectAdmin and the UI of PHP Selector doesn't seem to work properly.
Í can't change the default php version whenever I hit save the following error shows up in the dev console:
index.html?page=selector:1445 Uncaught TypeError: Cannot read property 'split' of undefined(…)
Exact same thing happens when I try to update the modules

So I guess I'm stuck with the CLI for easy and fast changes.
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