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MaddinXx 1st March 2013 20:27

Precompiled PHP versions for ISPConfig
 
Hi all

Since ISPConfig 3.0.5 now supports custom/additional PHP versions, I took the time to compile some for me today - based on the ISPConfig manual (yep, you should buy a copy!).

Since this might be interesting for others as well, please find attached the resulting .deb packages.

To install, just unzip the wished version(s) and run dpkg -i php-*.deb to install the package. It will then be installed to /opt/php/<version>. Additionally, you should copy the provided .ini files to /opt/php/<version>/lib and copy php.ini-production to php.ini (within this folder).

Note: They were build on Squeeze 64-bit for FastCGI!

Downloads (if they are offline right now, try later -> uploading)
https://dl.dropbox.com/u/3605729/php-5.4.12.zip
https://dl.dropbox.com/u/3605729/php-5.3.22.zip
https://dl.dropbox.com/u/3605729/php-5.2.17.zip

You can add them to ISPConfig now (consider docs/manual to see how to do that).

A very detailed tutorial on how to create your own packages will be published soon as well. Stay tuned!

Regards,
MaddinXx

till 1st March 2013 21:25

Thanks for the packages.

Btw, do you know the phpfarm project? It makes it easy to compile and update php binaries. You can find it on sourceforge.net.

MaddinXx 2nd March 2013 01:08

Quote:

Originally Posted by till (Post 293067)
Btw, do you know the phpfarm project? It makes it easy to compile and update php binaries. You can find it on sourceforge.net.

Hi till

No, I didn't know it before. Looks really promising! Thanks for the hint - I'll check how it can help me (and it seems like it can).

Thanks :)

MaddinXx 6th March 2013 18:52

For anyone who was interested, the tutorial is now published: http://www.howtoforge.com/building-p...debian-squeeze

MaddinXx 17th March 2013 14:27

Updated 5.4.13 and 5.3.23
 
Updated packages are available:

Note: They were build on Squeeze 64-bit for FastCGI!

Downloads (if they are offline right now, try later -> uploading)
https://dl.dropbox.com/u/3605729/php-5.4.13.zip
https://dl.dropbox.com/u/3605729/php-5.3.23.zip

Those versions also include searching for additional config files in /opt/php/<version>/lib/conf.d

MaddinXx 29th March 2013 19:50

Please use the following URL from now on:

https://open-source.rackster.ch/proj...ges/milestones

So I don't have to update here every time a new version is released :)

diablo666 4th April 2013 14:46

As soon as i've a little time i'll try it!

Thank you!

MaddinXx 8th April 2013 18:08

I've run a little benchmark today to test performance/speed of different PHP versions. Here are the results: http://drops.frontender.ch/TiRl/1GHmUQtn

All versions include the same amount of modules, same php.ini etc. - so there is definitely an improvement in how the interpreter works :)

Probably this will make custom PHP versions even more attractive for some users here :)

ressel 17th October 2013 13:27

Quote:

Originally Posted by MaddinXx (Post 295005)
Please use the following URL from now on:

https://open-source.rackster.ch/proj...ges/milestones

So I don't have to update here every time a new version is released :)

I get a 404 error, when I try to go to the url.

MaddinXx 17th October 2013 14:36

Quote:

Originally Posted by ressel (Post 304008)
I get a 404 error, when I try to go to the url.

I've discontinued it recently. Please use one of the tutorials here on HTF to compile a custom PHP version.

I'm sorry for that...


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