To work on this feature, user can navigate to (cPanel >> Home >> Software >> PHP PEAR Packages). PHP PEAR packages are software elements. The software developers write these packages with the help of PHP language. This Package gives permission foe searching and casting PEAR packages to the user’s site, and also in viewing the available PHP packages.
By the name itself, it can be understood that it’s the part of the interface showing the exact place to keep the user’s module. If you need the citation of the modules, you can use this module include path.
The user has to put up a code at the top of the PHP module. It shows the whereabouts of PHP for running the module. The Using Your PHP Extensions Module(s) is that part of the interface which enlists your selection of code that you put up at the top of PHP module.
The interface will thus show the Module Name (the module’s name), Version (the PEAR package’s version number), Description (description of the module) and Actions (actions that might be performed by the user for that module).
The Installed Modules table will thus show all the PEAR packages existing on the server.
Each installed PEAR package will show the Module Name (PEAR package’s name), Version (PEAR package’s version number), Actions (actions you can discharge for each package). These actions are:
The cPanel has in itself some definitive pre-installed PEAR packages. Users can click on Show System Installed Modules option to view the enlisted pre-installed PEAR packages. However, the user should be aware that he, in any way, cannot eliminate cPanel’s system modules.
All information on PHP PEAR packages is reviewed in this article.