Does SolidCP offer PHP 7 support? I’ve been waiting for a demo, but didn’t receive it, so I went ahead and installed it myself on one of my servers.
However it seems, PHP lists only php 4 (lol, why is this even still a thing?), and php (5.x).
How can I get PHP 7 Support?
Also I installed PHP 5.x’s through Microsoft Web Deploy however when trying to install something like wordpress, it shows “Following dependices may be missing” and it lists php is missing.
Dug up some websitepanel stuff that says, not to install php through Microsoft Web Deploy? Should I uninstall it and reinstall using a direct install?
Thanks for the help trevor so far, nothing.
Today I came to find out, that it’s not just PHP files that return a 404.
In fact any file created in the hosting space folder returns a 404. (index.html, index.txt, etc)
Does anyone what Might be causing this?
Trevor it seems no events get logged to the event viewer.
I ran into this, that seemed to present a possible fix, but was also unsuccessful.
Is PHPManager supposed to take care of the steps mentioned in the guide above?
Awesome, so I got php 7 to show up in the per website, but any php file inside the directory always returns 404, even checking from the PHPManger in IIS, to check phpinfo returns 404.
Also about Configuration->Servers->My Server->Web->Web Extensions
There is a PHP 4.x Executable Path
and a PHP 5.x Executable Path
What is actually supposed to be there, taking in to consideration, I only want to support, PHP 5.x and Php 7.x
Edit: I’m realizing all services have to pretty much have to manually configured, unlike alternatives (cpanel, etc), which is completly fine as I’m still learning the solidCP ecosystem. Down the road, would this process be automated through powershell scripts, etc? Please correct me if I’m wrong.
Sorry for so many questions, Im trying to piece together a lot of scattered documentation.
Hey trevor thank you for the response. Using the web platform installer, do I select the regular PHP 7 or PHP 7 for IIS?
Can users choose between the installed versions?
Example: One user uses php 5, another uses php 7 without conflicts?
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