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Extending PHP Selector - Part I

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 ...
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PHP Selector and restricting PHP functions

We are often asked how to prevent particular php function from being used by all clients. This is especially true about functions like exec, passthru, etc... This is something that can be easily done with php-selector. Your customers are only allowed to modify directives listed in /etc/cl.selector/php.conf file. For example if you want to block sys...
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PHP Selector: How to adjust php values and where they are stored

Do you have questions about how php-selector works or how to customize php for your needs? We will try to answer them in next few posts. PHP Selector is a CloudLinux component that sits on top of CageFS and allows each user to select PHP version & modules based on the customer's needs Global PHP defaults for PHP Selector - php version and enabl...
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