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Old 19th May 2013, 21:29
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Question Multi PHP

Hi,
I would like to setup a new server with Ispconfig and I've some question about PHP..

The first one : I've read that's possible to have a multiple version of PHP..
I imagine a PHP5.3 for "old" website, PHP5.4 for actual Dev and PHP5.5 for testing..
But, how to deal with the update? Cause I think the procedure don't use Aptitude.. So I've to recompile PHP on each update? I've to compile with each module or I can add it after? (If I need a module in the futur)..

The second one, if I would like to use a multiple version of PHP, I've to bypass the aptitude install of PHP? Or I need to install it from Aptitude and then I setup each version needed ?

Thx a lot for the explication.
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Old 20th May 2013, 15:33
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Search for phpfarm on sourceforge, it offers a easy way to compile multiple php versions and keep them updated. You cant use apt for that.
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