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  1. You can create custom php.ini in your account and add this capability.

     

    To configure a site wide php.ini, create it in the root directory(/home/user/) and add the following line to .htaccess:

     

    suPHP_ConfigPath /home/user

     

    Once you have placed the php.ini as above,you can now configure browscap setting in php.ini and you can point it to the browscap.ini file on your account.

     

    Note : be sure to change "user" with correct cPanel user name.

  2. Hello Jason,

     

     

    Please understand that there are no immediate plans to update Apache at this time because we have to study the issue and any change we do on the server will have to carried out across all our servers. However, I have passed this along to our leadadmin/manager and we will update you once a decision has been made.

     

     

    Thank you

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