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Default Wrong PHP Version Ubuntu 12.10 Perfect Server Install

I followed the instructions provided for the Ubuntu 12.10 Perfect Server installation to install ISPConfig 3 on Wheezy: http://www.howtoforge.com/perfect-se...ot-ispconfig-3

In following these instructions I expected PHP 5.3.18 to be installed on the system, but PHP info, php -i indicates:

PHP Version => 5.4.4-12

I have software that has been written in 5.3, and my live server is running Squeeze and 5.3. I need to get back to running PHP 5.3 to avoid complications.

What is the best way for me to do this without causing problems with ISPConfig 3 operations?
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