Wait for CPanel reelase or Update by hand?

Angel78

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You will have to update kernel by yourself.

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Steve-PWH

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Note: This is a beta version. It should not be used in production or even semi-production web sites. There are known bugs in it, and in addition, some of the features may change (based on feedback). We encourage you to download and play with it (and report bugs if you find any!), but please do not replace your production installations of PHP 4 at this time.
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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casey

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Originally posted by Spokuz
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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slesnick3

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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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