Hello ISPconfig users, I got this idea, I thought it is difficult and time consuming to install new PHP versions in ispconfig, especially when you have many servers I only use debian with ispconfig. Would it be difficult, from one debian server, install php and package it into a .deb package and share it with an own debian repo to the other servers, based on the guide to have here on the page where php 7th x installers to /opt/php-7 instead of eg. /opt/php-7.0.0 as shown in the guide here: https://www.howtoforge.com/tutorial/how-to-install-php-7-on-debian/ And when a new php version is built, it will be rolled out on to my server from my debian repo. My thought is that I of course want to easily install php, but also making sure that I have a new version, as long as security updates are available. So all in all, I want this to minimize work-maintenance of systems What do you think?