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After MUCH faffing and messing around, i FINALLY got php to ./configure make, and make install, without any errors.
My problem there was when i was using the --with-mysql command, it didn't like where i was pointing it - so i downloaded the mysql source, and pointed to the directory i extracted it in, and it seemed to accept that.
anyway, now when i do the old phpinfo() command, it is still saying 4.0.6 rather then 4.3.2.
can anyone give my any hints as to what need editing, where to start looking?
u can recompile apache with the new php. maybe it will work if u just replace the old php shared object (libphp4.so or similar) with the new one. this may reside in APACHE/modules or /usr/lib/apache/. then restart the server.