[CentOS] PHP and PHP53 on CentOS5

Tue Apr 17 16:08:20 UTC 2012
Regendoerp, Achim <Achim.Regendoerp at galacoral.com>

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From: centos-bounces at centos.org [mailto:centos-bounces at centos.org] On Behalf Of Max Pyziur
Sent: 17 April 2012 16:03
To: CentOS mailing list
Subject: Re: [CentOS] PHP and PHP53 on CentOS5

> Much thanks for all of the replies.
> My sense, then, from all of the replies is that on CentoOS5, given the need for it, you upgrade to PHP53.
> In running a yum update, how do you do it?
> Is it just a straight
> # yum update php\*

php and php53 are separate packages, so you would have to remove the php packages and run yum install php53. Chances are yum may just remove php then upon installation of php53

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