From Where can i download php >= 4.0.4 for squirrelmail-1.4.8-4.el5.noarch

Posted on 2009-02-13
Last Modified: 2013-12-16
i am installing squirrelmail-1.4.8-4.el5 but it asking for some dependencies like php>=4.0.4

please suggest me site to download. i am unable to find it.
Question by:aloknet21
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    Here you go man.  This is te most current version which is >= 4.0.4 :
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    by:Maciej S
    What distribution are you using? You were asking some other questions in "Debian linux" zone earlier. Is debian/ubuntu your current distro?
    If so, use apt-get to install software (apt-get install squirrelmail - this should install php also).

    If you are using some other distribution now, try to find necessary RPM packets with php. Take a look at
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    by:Daniel McAllister
    If you're using a Red Hat derivative (RedHat Enterprise Linux, CentOS, Fedora, ,etc.), try

    yum install php

    Make sure you agree to the dependencies. Also, you may well need more than that for your squirrelmail, but that will be a first step.

    BTW: the most current PHP is 5.2, not 4.x --- make sure your squirrelmail is PHP 5 compatible, or else use rpmfind to find the latest PHP 4 release for your distro.

    I hope this helps...


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