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Downgrade PHP 5.2 to 5.0 on FreeBSD 6.1 Stable

Posted on 2006-11-17
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Hello Experts,

I am trying to creat a egroupware server running on FreeBSD 6.1. I have updated the ports tree and then compiled PHP 5.2 from there. After installing egroupware and trying to configure it, I am getting php errors which is directly related to egroupware not being capitable with 5.2 and I need to downgrade to version 5.0. I am new to FreeBSD and I am wondering if there is a command line to uninstall the current version of php so that I may download and install the 5.0 version.

Thanks for any help in advanced.
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cd /usr/ports/lang/php5
make deinstall
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This will remove the port and uninstall php from the server correct?
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Yes, that's right. You will have to perform the command as root though (or with sudo of course)
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Thank you TeRReF, I will uninstall this evening and awards points then.
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You're welcome :)
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