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Enable custom PHP modules

Hi,

 

I have WordPress hosting (the Ultimate program).

 

I need to Enable custom PHP modules exactly like this page: https://in.godaddy.com/help/enable-custom-php-modules-12036

 

unfortunately the option of the native (5.4) to 5.4 is missing at the Cpanel.

my Cpanel very poor and have only simple options.

 

How can I Enable custom PHP modules? 

in some way can I enable advanced Cpanel options?

Do I miss something?

 

Best Regards,

Hayim.

 

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Helper III

Re: Enable custom PHP modules

hello Hayim,

 

I apologize for the inconveniences you are facing; however, unless you have a VPN with shell access you will not be able to modify the servers configuration without system administrator approval. You will need to contact your system administrator ( in your case GoDaddy ) to add another PHP configuration and enable your specified modules.

 

PHP7+ has come a long way since it's predecessors. PHP7 offers faster performance and better security when compared to other server based languages. For this reason i strongly suggest you submit a ticket to have your server updated to the latest PHP7+ production release.

Being that migrating to the latest PHP7+ version is an extremely elementary task, there is no reason you should be running the predecessor versions.

 

Out of curiosity, what modules are you trying to install?

check out http://wordpress.stackexchange.com/questions/42098/what-are-php-extensions-and-libraries-wp-needs-an... for a list of required WordPress PHP extensions

check out http://www.lophost.com/tutorials/minimum-apache-modules-required-for-wordpress/ for a list of required Apache modules.

please note that, i offer direct support that is in no way associated with GoDaddy's regular support channels; but, for immediate technical support you can contact me at: https://join.skype.com/t3cxhmNCspqu

Re: Enable custom PHP modules

I am trying to install the  ssh2 PHP extension to give WordPress the ability to update plugins

Helper V
Helper V

Re: Enable custom PHP modules

Since it's a shared hosting there will be some limitations. However you'll need to contact Godaddy for this or you can try adding some code to .htaccess fil

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