This is a huge issue. We run PHP 5.2.x, 5.3.x, and 5.4.x. User's can switch between all three versions, or run them simultaneously in different directories, addon domains, or subdomains. We also run suEXEC on our servers, and the PHP extensions are setup as so: lsphp52 -> 5.2.x lsphp53 -> 5.3.x lsphp54 -> 5.4.x The only one that would actually work now is the default one (php -> lsphp5) or php53 (lsphp53). We either need a way to edit what extensions are suEXEC capable, or it should, by default, include the logical extensions: php php5 php51 php52 php53 php54 php6 (which isn't even available yet, as 5.4.1 is the latest release right now) ... Please advise.