Install scriptcase v8.1 on linux system with Plesk v12.5

To have scriptcase v8.1 working fine in your Plesk 12.5 follow these steps: [LIST=1]

  • In your plesk panel under the domain that will contains the scriptcase installation, select PHP Settings and activate the PHP version 5.6.17, run PHP as FastCGI application served by Apache
  • Download Zend Guard Loader from: select Linux and the Zend Guard Loader for PHP 5.6 ? 64 bit Note: you must have a free account on Zend to download the file
  • You get this file zend-loader-php5.6-linux-x86_64.tar.gz decompress it under your /tmp directory under /opt/plesk/php/5.6/lib64/php/modules make a copy of the file copy from /tmp/zend-loader-php5.6-linux-x86_64 the files:
    in /opt/plesk/php/5.6/lib64/php/modules
  • Edit this file /opt/plesk/php/5.6/etc/php.d/00-ioncube-loader.ini add a line with:
  • Restart your apache server:
    service httpd restart
  • Done!
  • Go to http://yourdomain/scriptcase and start the installation [/LIST] Good luck, I hope to have miss nothing ;-)
  • Thanks for sharing :wink:

    Great Thanks :slight_smile:

    Hi You all,
    I’m re installing a VPS under Cent OS 6.8 final and plesk 12.5.30 update 43 (latest on 2016/08/10) and PHP 5.6.24 fastCGI on Apache
    After many trials i’m no longer able to run zend guard loader as i had the habit and as Ranton describes the process

    1 - correct installation of Opcache and ZendGuardLoader in /opt/plesk/php/5.6/lib64/php/modules (both file permissions and owner checked)
    2- Modification of Ioncube loader ini file
    3 - httpd or even global server restart

    Zend guard not loading …

    Have you encountered such problems with php 5.6.24 and/or new Plesk 12.5.30 #43 ? Thanks in advance

    I have to apologize the problem was … me !

    I shamefully share my mistake …

    Switching from a PC to a Mac time depending on where I work, i have automaticly downloaded the MAC version for zendguardloader rather than the linux one !
    It only appears to me when i use the PHP-FPM ( to get more verbose indications : ELF header error my package was a darwin not a linux one …


    <?php phpinfo();?> 

    to find the php ini file. You can also

    php -i | grep 'php.ini' 

    [SIZE=15px]You should see something like:[/SIZE]

    php --ini 

    will show you something like the following:

     Configuration File (php.ini) Path: /usr/local/lib Loaded Configuration File:         /usr/local/lib/php.ini