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PHP Pear Packages

Hi!  I'm working on installing a Wordpress template purchased that required PHP Zip Module to be installed.  I successfully installed that through the PHP Pear Packages on my cPanel. However, I am now getting a message inside the PHP Pear Packages that reads:


Using Your PHP Extension(s) and Application(s)


You will need to add “/home/{myusername}/php” to the include path. You can do this by adding the following code to your script:

ini_set("include_path", '/home/{myusername}/php:' . ini_get("include_path") );


Can someone please describe exactly where I need to add this script?  When I researched this, I found notes that indicated looking for something called Easy Apache, but that is not an option under my CPanel Software section.  And when I try searching for Easy Apache to install, it doesn't come up.  Your help and directions are greatly appreciated!  Thank you!




I'm having this same issue! Anybody out there know the answer? 

I am having the same problem.  Can someone point me to the script that I am to add this include to:

ini_set("include_path", '/home/mypalletbiz/php:' . ini_get("include_path") );


Thanks in advance!

In my local / personal laptop I added the code in contactform.php file. This is the file which is executed once the email form is submitted. When you click submit button the ajax request would call a file in my case it is contactform.php.   

Below is the code snippet from my contactform.php

ini_set("include_path", '/home/{username}/php:' . ini_get("include_path") );
@require_once "Mail.php";

It works locally, like the Mail.php is called obviously the mail does not go as it is a local / personal laptop

However I have not tested on GoDaddy but I anticipate it should work over there too

Or you can add the code to index.php also though I have tested locally / personal laptop but not on GoDaddy