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  1. Rafael P.
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Hi guys, I´m needing to upgrade my PHP version to 5.2.17

I´m was trying to use YUM but repo.cloudlinux doens´t have any upgrade to default PHP 5.1.6

I´m using CloudLinux 5.5 provides by VPS.net and would like to know some way to upgrade the PHP version.

Please, could you help me?

Thank you in advance.
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  1. 16.09.2011 04:09:31
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kernow Accepted Answer
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Are you using cpanel? if so you can upgrade php through Easyapache in WHM.
  1. 16.09.2011 13:09:32
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Rafael P. Accepted Answer
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Tks for reply. Im using ispmanager as host
panel. Some way to update php using it?
  1. 16.09.2011 14:09:06
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kernow Accepted Answer
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I\'m not familiar with ispmanager, but a search on google for \"ispmanager update php\" brings up lots of answers!
  1. 16.09.2011 17:09:17
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Rafael P. Accepted Answer
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Before I posted here I was searching on Google this question, but any result give me a solution to this issue.

All information about the PHP upgrade was wrote only to CentOS (for Cpanel or ISPmanager). Doesn´t exist any information about upgrade PHP version to CloudLinux distro.

So I would like to know if I can upgrade my PHP using CentOS 5.5 or CentOS 5.4 repository without data crash.

I´m using Cloudlinux 5.5 version with ISP manager host panel.


Somebody can help me?

Thanks
  1. 16.09.2011 17:09:01
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Igor Seletskiy Accepted Answer
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php53 package should be in our repository, together with bunch of other packages (same as in CentOS)
if any of the packages missing -- you can get them from EPEL & CentOS Extra, they should work just fine with ours.
Also, if you list the packages that are not in our repo, but in CentOS/EPEL, and you need them -- we will add them to ours.
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