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 You can select any one of the build options listed on this screen and select //Build Profile Now// and the system will automatically rebuild Apache+PHP based on that profile. Click the More Info link next to the profile for more information on what it builds. You can select any one of the build options listed on this screen and select //Build Profile Now// and the system will automatically rebuild Apache+PHP based on that profile. Click the More Info link next to the profile for more information on what it builds.
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 ==== Custom Configuration ==== ==== Custom Configuration ====
 Generally speaking, however, you will want to add a custom set of Apache or PHP modules. The first step is to leave the "​Previously Saved Config"​ option checked, and hit //Start customizing based on profile//. Generally speaking, however, you will want to add a custom set of Apache or PHP modules. The first step is to leave the "​Previously Saved Config"​ option checked, and hit //Start customizing based on profile//.
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 On the next screen you will select your Minor PHP version. Generally speaking you want to go with the latest available version, however you should check PHP's [[http://​www.php.net/​ChangeLog-5.php|changelog]] to ensure the latest version does not have any major changes that will not break your scripts. If you find that it does, you can always run EasyApache again and downgrade a version. On the next screen you will select your Minor PHP version. Generally speaking you want to go with the latest available version, however you should check PHP's [[http://​www.php.net/​ChangeLog-5.php|changelog]] to ensure the latest version does not have any major changes that will not break your scripts. If you find that it does, you can always run EasyApache again and downgrade a version.
  
-On the next and final screen, you will find the options for Apache and PHP when it comes to modules, loaders, and the like. This screen only lists the most commonly selected options, and for a more complete list hit the //​Exhaustive Options List// button. This will also take you to the list of PHP modules which cPanel'​s EA3 system supports.+On the next and final screen, you will find the options for Apache and PHP when it comes to modules, loaders, and the like. This screen only lists the most commonly selected options, and for a more complete list hit the //​Exhaustive Options List// button. This will also take you to the list of all the Apache and PHP modules which cPanel'​s EA3 system supports.
  
 You will find the most common PHP modules here, however if you find that the one you are looking for is not supported, you may want to consider using a PEAR module, otherwise you can add custom compilation options according to cPanel'​s guide found [[http://​www.cpanel.net/​documentation/​easyapache/​ea3custom_flags.html|here]]. You will find the most common PHP modules here, however if you find that the one you are looking for is not supported, you may want to consider using a PEAR module, otherwise you can add custom compilation options according to cPanel'​s guide found [[http://​www.cpanel.net/​documentation/​easyapache/​ea3custom_flags.html|here]].