How to enable and disable Openssl on cPanel hosting?

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I am using cPanel for my website, normally i used to use Cloudflare to create SSL for my website as some you guys on this forum guided. It works but now I want to use Openssl which is free from cPanel. I don't know how to enable and disable this feature. Does any one guide me?
 
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You can run this command to check if Openssl is enabled on your cPanel server

Code:
[[email protected] ~]# php -m | grep -i openssl

If you have openssl on your server, it will display this
Code:
[[email protected] ~]# php -m | grep -i openssl
openssl

If no, you run this command
Code:
/scripts/easyapache --force
 

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I am using cPanel for my website, normally i used to use Cloudflare to create SSL for my website as some you guys on this forum guided. It works but now I want to use Openssl which is free from cPanel. I don't know how to enable and disable this feature. Does any one guide me?
It seems you are making a confusion between autoSSL (cPanel system to provide free SSL certificates) and OpenSSL (open-source toolkit for TLS & SSL).
 
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