Need RPM package for PHP version 5.2.7 and up on redhat 5.1
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RHEL5.X was based on FC6. There have been tons of changes between FC6 and F11. So while you might shoe horn it into your system it is likely not to function correctly. Rebuilding the RPM is the way to go.
Distribution: pclos2015, Slack14.1 Deb Jessie, + 50+ other Linux OS, for test only.
@ unSpawn # 8 ... Sorry ...
.. I see that mentioned every week .. without a 'how to do it' ..
.. It's easy to describe : a 'one liner' file '.rpmmacros' will create the
rpm's to e.g. /home/'name'/rpms/ , using 'rpmbuild' as ordinary user :
The line is : %_topdir /home/<username>/rpms
NP about the unpriv. As far as HOWTO's go I used to point to docs like IBM DeveloperWorks (as seen here), but they're probably getting old now and I know Fedora has way more up to date docs and rules. I'd add some sane defaults to ~/.rpmmacros following your example (notice: tmp under rpms/):
I have decided to migrate the systems from this env (Virtuozzo with EL5)
Moving them to ESX hosts. I have already setup my repository for upgrades of PHP, MySQL...
I am going to usr YUM to do upgrades.