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Upgrading to PHP 5.2.x on FC6?

Posted on 2009-03-29
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I have been googling like a madwoman and haven't found any successful solutions, or even the correct rpms...  I need to upgrade to php 5.2.x on FC6 (64-bit).  The yum repository only goes up to 5.1.x, so can't use yum.  

Please enlighten me!  I'm dying over here....
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Is this of any help?
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Um.  No?  :-)  I think maybe you mean to post a link?  I hope?
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Haha, ooops
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Sorry bout that ;)
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by:fosiul01
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Hi
yum only give you the last stable one , they dont release the current one as soon as its published

to get the newer virsion, you will have to compile it by ur self .

download the php from php website then compile and install it by urself
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