I want to upgrade from PHP 5.1 to 5.2 on Fedora Core 6 but using the RPM method it is simply not possible because of all the dependency issues that arise.
I tried using YUM to update it but it said my PHP version was up to date and I believe that is because PHP 5.1 is the latest version for Fedora Core 6.
Does anyone know how I can see what the latest software versions are for the differen Fedora Core distros? Is thre a website that will show PHP 5.1 is the latest version for Fedora Core 6 so I can research what version of Fedora Core I need to install to run PHP 5.2?
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