Good! More incentive for everyone to upgrade to at least 5.2.10McAfee and SecurityMatrix are now both reporting sites out of PCI Compliance with servers operating 5.2.9.
Support for PHP 5.2.10 and 5.3 is still under development, and currently there is no estimate on when this will be available. You can view the following Bugzilla cases for updates on this issue:
Bug 9321 - PHP 5.2.10 Released
Bug 9353 - PHP 5.3 Released!
I apologize for not having more specific information but PHP 5.3 especially is receiving close attention from our developers and EasyApache will include support for it as soon as full testing is done.
The EasyApache changelog will be updated as soon as PHP 5.3 is included in EasyApache. You can view it by selecting "EasyApache" in the drop-down menu on the following page:
cPanel - The Leading Control Panel - Change Log
# cd /usr/local/src # wget http://us3.php.net/get/php-5.2.10.tar.gz/from/this/mirror # tar zxvf ./php-5.2.10.tar.gz # chown -R root:root php-5.2.10 # cd php-5.2.10 # ./configure **put your current options from phpinfo() here** # make # make test # make install
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