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Old 1st March 2013, 20:27
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Default 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!

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MaddinXx

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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.
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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).

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For anyone who was interested, the tutorial is now published: http://www.howtoforge.com/building-p...debian-squeeze
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Default 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
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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
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As soon as i've a little time i'll try it!

Thank you!
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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
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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.
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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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