PHP.ini Selector add-on for Users

Cyprian

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PHP.ini Selector add-on for Users
To make it easier for users to change PHP.ini configuration.

I've seen something like this for Cloud Linux but I don't use it.

Is there any standalone solution?
Maybe someone used, met with such?
 

smtalk

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PHP settings editor comes by default in user-level, isn't it what you're looking for?
 

jamgames2

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maybe he meant
php.ini config group
Example

Group1:
Memory:256;
post_max_size = 8Mb
upload_max_filesize = 16Mb

Group2:
Memory:512;
post_max_size = 16Mb
upload_max_filesize = 32Mb


that have <select> Box, to apply one change click

you can future request here
 

Cyprian

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I know I can edit the text file:
/domains/domain.com/php.ini

I am looking for Add-on that allows the user to change settings
directly from the Panel using the form.
 

Cyprian

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I don't see the features like above in Evolution theme.

Unless I need to reconfigure the panel something?
Or maybe I need to install an additional add-on?
 

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It's there in user level. Maybe you have customized the menu in "Customize Evolution Skin"? Is that the latest version of DIrectAdmin?
 

johannes

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I have only a drop downfield to select php versions, and then - nothing from the above php selector with extensions tab. Under which URL should this be?
 

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Cyprian

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But where can User change these parameters himself?

directadmin-phpini-selector-2-png.4851
 

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I was happy looking at the awesome extension selector in DA (excited with the new release) until someone told me this is for cloudlinux selector.
 
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