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Old 01-03-2005, 01:52 PM   #1
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Controlling Apache and PHP versions/deps


Hi All,

This is related to a post I made in Programming:

http://www.linuxquestions.org/questi...hreadid=273285

One of the suggestions made was to roll back PHP to an earlier version... I am leaning towards this but I need to know if this is even possible without having to remove the package and run source builds of Apache and PHP...

I'm running on Unstable and apt-sources automagically select the most updated versions of the packages... I tried to change the sources to Stable this weekend in a half-hearted attempt to do this but the results were inconclusive. PHP seemed to roll back but the lib-php-mod for apache did not...

Other than doing source compiles of these two packages, is there a method to config Debian and APT to specifically select which versions of these two packages to run?

TIA,
 
  


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