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Old 30th April 2013, 20:27
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Default Need help adding php 5.3 as additional or downgrade roundcube

I've searched around and am semi confused.

ispc, Lenny 64, courier, mydns.

I upgraded roundcube to 0.9 which I now see requires php 5.3 so now I have broken webmail. (if you know how to downgrade that will help also).

If I can't downgrade then I need to add php 5.3 to my install and only use on webmail domain.

I know I can add the php in ispc and provide the path to the binary (?) as a Multiple instance.

My problem is that if I add php 5.3 via dotdeb (http://archives.dotdeb.org/ and use dpkg -i to install the packages by hand) then won't that UPDATE my current php?

I only want to add this as an additonal install.

Any guidance will be grateful...either in downgrading roundcube or adding php5.3

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