Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by vaio1, Mar 23, 2011.
how have I to update the php version from the 5.3.3 to the 5.3.4 ?
Is there any special reason why you want to do that? On a Linux distribution, errors in packages get patched without increasing the version number. So to keep your system up to date, just install the updates of the linux distribution. On debian, use:
apt-get update && apt-get upgrade
Because the McAfee Secure Support tolds us:
As the stamement explains, that there is no need to install PHP 5.3.4 as your system is already patched. see 2) and my explanation above.
Ok thanks Till, they tolds me also that the remote RPC portmapper appears to be installed.
Is it mandatory? what have I do?
rpc portmapper is not used on a ispconfig setup. You can just stop and deactivate it.
can I uninstall it? with the apt-get command?
Better you stop it first and then deactivate it just with the update-rc.d command.
I get this message:
Furthermore they ask me these information on the case that the php 5.3.3 has been patched:
1) Which Application/Daemon/port?
2) What actual version is running?
3) If backporting, what repository is being used?
1) port 80 and 443
2) run: php -v
3) See your /etc/apt/sources.list
The patch revision is also visible in the output that you get with 2)
Why I get this error?
# update-rc.d -f portmap remove
update-rc.d: using dependency based boot sequencing
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