- Additional Requirements
- PHP Version 5.6.x or higher
- MySQL Version 5.5.x or higher
- Curl Support (with SSL support)
- GD Image Library
- ionCube Loaders 6.0.4 and higher
We are pleased to announce the release of WHMCS 7.4.2.
This is a maintenance release for the 7.4 series of WHMCS that includes updates, bug fixes and usability improvements.
As communicated in last month's PHP 7.1 Status Update blog post, WHMCS v7.4.2 contains changes to the Automatic Updater that enables us to validate the ionCube Loader version requirement of future versions prior to allowing an update to occur. These enhancements will help ensure a smooth and trouble free update experience to the upcoming WHMCS 7.5 series. You can learn more about these changes and what necessitated them in the release notes.
Get the update
Users of WHMCS v7.0 and later can update automatically. Simply navigate to Utilities > Update WHMCS to begin the process.
For users of earlier versions, both a full release and incremental patch set upgrade are being made available. If you are running the immediate previous release 7.4.1, you can use the incremental patch set to upgrade.
WHMCS Using tutorials
1.Download files, upload programs, and extract them to the server root directory
2.Go to http://yourdomain.com/install
3.The program will guide you through the installation.
*4.Because the program is cracked version,You can enter any License to validate during installation.
5.Fill in the administrator account information and start importing the database.
6.When everything is finished, delete the /install directory.
7.Go to admin panel,please visit: http://yourdomain.com/admin
WHMCS installation steps:
1, unzip the file (if the server supports unzip, you can upload the compressed package after online unzip)
2, the file configuration.php.new renamed configuration.php
3, the whmcs folder all the files uploaded to the site - if There is a problem with the binary upload
4, you can name the installation directory (for example, billing, clients, etc.)
5, visit the installation script to install - If you encounter Ioncube related error messages, refer to the installation Ioncube installation step
6, Installation, you need to modify the permissions of the folder as described below, enter the license key, set the administrator account.
7, after the completion of the deletion of the installation directory, the configuration.php file permissions to 644
8, need to modify the permissions of the folder and file (if suPHP or PHPSuExec do not need to modify):
/configuration.php revised to 777 writable
/ attachments revised to 777 Writable
/ downloads revised to 777 Writable
/ templates_c revised to 777 Writable
WHMCS Recommended steps after installation
1. Log in to the Admin and configure General Settings
2. Set Configuration> Payment Gateways
3. Set Up Products & Services
4. Set Configuration> Domain Pricing
5. Set Configuration> Support Departments
6. Set up mail push to manage mail using WHMCS
7. Set Configuration> Automation Settings
8. Test whether the functions are normal
9. Set configuration.php to 444 Read only