It would be nice if every site ran on modern PHP versions, but a lot of scripts are not updated to use PHP 8.0+ but are still in very common use.
Good point …
how if that version is add on install ? to make installer more slim ?
That would make PhpMyAdmin, Snappymail and what ever still run on php 7.3 unusable…
They can run on php 8 but some reason still on 7.3 on cyberpanel
btw i test clean install … the installer have snappy now…
more 7.3 apps… i curious (im not php master) why people still use 7.3
even 8.0 not release yet, i have already stop using 7.3
The worst idea ever.
Do note that CyberPanel is a web hosting panel that should support different hosting requirements.
There are extremely well-built legacy apps that still run on PHP 5.6, so you also need to support those.
I strongly believe that the installation should contain all the latest PHP versions, starting with PHP 5.6.40.
I think everything under PHP 7.4 should be optional one click install on panel and not included auto install.
Agree with this…
if cyberpanel user want to use < 7,4 then he should understand how risk that old version of php