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How To Downgrade PHP 5.3.3 to 5.2

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I'm trying to install PHPMyAdmin 3.5.8.2. on my RHEL6 box and I've realized that my current PHP version is not compatible.  How do I downgrade to PHP 5.2 and ensure that I don't leave unneeded packages still installed?

RHEL6.5 Santiago - 64Bit
Apache 2.2.1
MySQL 5.1.73
PHP 5.3.3
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You do not need to downgrade anything.  The specs for phpMyAdmin 3.5 are PHP 5.2 or Newer.  Actually phpMyAdmin 3.0 or greater is what requires PHP 5.2 or newer.

I have the following versions of phpMyAdmin running these versions of PHP on my own machines:

phpMyAdmin 3.4.5 running on PHP 5.3.8
phpMyAdmin 3.2 running on PHP 5.3.0
phpMyAdmin 3.2.0 running on PHP 5.3.2
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Thank you Dave.
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You're welcome, glad to help.
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