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Old 11th April 2012, 09:12
R4IDER R4IDER is offline
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I decided not to bother trying to update the command line php because I didn't want to break my current apache php configuration, instead I downloaded the files manually and added #!/usr/bin/php -q to the update.php and then I changed the permissions of update.php to 755 and then run the file using ./update.php I doubt anyone else will have this problem but I always like to post my solutions just in case.

Thinking back now before Christmas I configured my server to run multiple versions of php obviously something got broken when I installed the latest php version during March.

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