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Old 8th July 2011, 12:14
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ISPConfig uses pho-fcgi and not php-fpm.

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I would like to have ability use different php versions for different sites, + different php.ini for each site.
Thats a function of ISPConfig. So no manual configuration needed.

Just follow the ISPConfig 3 perfect setup guide and you have a fully featured hosting server with php-cgi, php-fcgi, suphp and mod_php support builin. There is also no need to compile any php binarys, in these days, the Linux distriobutions are offering already php binaries for purposes like cgi, cli, mod_php etc. in their repositorys.

So all you have to do is follow one of these tutorials:

http://www.ispconfig.org/ispconfig-3/documentation/

I recommedn to use the debian 6 tutorial.
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