Ioncube is already installed on all of our servers. Before your scripts may use Ioncube, you will need to generate a new php.ini file with Ioncube already configured.
To install IonCube:
Note: For these changes to apply to any site or files hosted outside of your public_html directory you will need to change your php settings to use Single php.ini or FastCGI. For instructions on how to do this please see our article PHP Config
- Log in to your HostMonster cPanel account.
- Find the Programming section.
- Choose the PHP Config tool.
- Check the box labeled "IonCube" under "Additional extensions available for Installation"
- Click "SAVE CHANGES"
Note: If you currently have a file labeled php.ini in your public_html folder, the system will rename the file and add this new one.
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