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Wait for CPanel reelase or Update by hand?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Spokuz, Jun 30, 2003.

  1. Spokuz

    Spokuz Well-Known Member
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    Hi.

    A new PHP has been released, as well as a Kernel, phpBB, etc. Should I update by hand or wait for cpanel?

    What do you normally do?

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  2. Angel78

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    You will have to update kernel by yourself.

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  3. Steve-PWH

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    Important bit being

    It should not be used in production or even semi-production web sites

    nuf said i think

    PHP5 maybe out but is only fit for test servers and testing

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  4. Spokuz

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    But will cpanel relase a ersion with an updated PHP?

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    and PHP as a 4.3.2 relase and cpanel is using 4.3.1 and it says that it is updated ;|

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    You can upgrade to 4.3.2 with easyapache.

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    Thank you all:)

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    Can one please explain upgrade process with easyapache?

    Just a bit new to all of this. What is easyapache? and how does one upgrade the newest version of PHP 4.3.2 using it?

    Thanks

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