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PHP: No such file or directory

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After downloading a web application, I am trying to make it work for our server. I originally was running PHP5, but the app was using PHP4 libraries (mysql, NOT mysqli). I originally yum installed php, and installed php 5, then I tried going back to 4, and that didn't work. Now it looks like PHP isn't working. My PHP code on the pages are coming up literally.

I just want php 5 to work but am having issues.

when i do a php --version I get:

[root@dptiasterisk /]# php --version
-bash: /usr/local/bin/php: No such file or directory

but i successfully yum install php

Any suggestions?

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