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  1. Mathieu Morier
  2. Tuesday, May 30, 2017
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We are using selectorctl to select the PHP version for each of our user / client on a server in command line.

But the problem is that it put php-cgi in /usr/bin/php, so some command like composer does not work since PHP is not the PHP CLI version !

We have try to change /etc/cl.selector/selector.conf

-- php 7.1 7.1.5 /opt/alt/php71/usr/bin/php-cgi
++ php 7.1 7.1.5 /opt/alt/php71/usr/bin/php

Now the PHP is the PHP-CLI version, but the /usr/bin/php-cgi bin the in client Cage is not PHP 7.1, it's still an old PHP 5.x .

How can selectorctl update / put the good BIN of php and php-cgi in the cage ?

/etc/cl.selector/selector.conf already contain

php-cgi 7.1 7.1.5 /opt/alt/php71/usr/bin/php-cgi

So I was thinking php-cgi should update to the correct version in the cage ?
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