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Old 28th April 2007, 17:59
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Default Problem related to harden PHP5 with suhosin

Hello,

I followed the steps in this howto. But when I run the command 'aptitude upgrade' my Debian Etch wants to update the following packages:
php5-cgi
php5-cli
php5-dev

Did I miss something, or is it not my fault?
I have to mention that I'm running apache2 without the libapache2 php5 module. Instead I'm working with fastcgi/php5.

Any recommendations?


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I think you can upgrade without losing Suhosin.
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