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Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by DiLDoG, Jan 2, 2005.

  1. DiLDoG

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    I'm starting to understand linux a lill, and I would like to set up php5 on my dedicated plesk 7.5.1 server.

    Perhaps its better until plesk supports php5 by default, but I think its better to install it before I start filling my server with php scripts.

    I know there are a lot of topics already but they still didnt gave a real solution.

    I think the only real problem is Horde 2.x, since this will give errors on the new OOP model.

    Could anyone give me a clear guide on how to install Horde 3.0 and PHP5? (commands, file paths?)

    I checked atomicrocketturtle but I couldnt find any rpm php/horde for redhat.
     
  2. atomicturtle

    atomicturtle Golden Pleskian

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    I have one, but its in atomic-unstable since it breaks a lot of things (PSA isnt one of them though)
     
  3. DiLDoG

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    What other things does it braak then?
    I think it will break horde, but upgrading to 3.0 resolves that.

    what other things use php4 then? (except my own stuff)
     
  4. DiLDoG

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    hm....
    *bumb*



    edit:
    btw: I'm using CentOS 3.3
    mysql4 update help would be great too.


    could someone at least tell me what channels I should add to my sources file for psa updates?

    atm I have

    Code:
    yum centos-3-base [url]http://mirror.centos.org/centos/3.3/os/i386/[/url]
    yum centos-3-addons [url]http://mirror.centos.org/centos/3.3/addons/i386/[/url]
    yum centos-3-updates [url]http://mirror.centos.org/centos/3.3/updates/i386/[/url]
    yum centos-3-extras [url]http://mirror.centos.org/centos/3.3/extras/i386/[/url]
    #yum centos-3-extras [url]http://mirror.centos.org/centos/3.3/testing/i386/[/url]
     
  5. DiLDoG

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    hmmmm another bump.....
    what other things does it break?
     
  6. DiLDoG

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    hm ok...

    well I guess I'll try something myself then. I'm still on Cent-OS 3.3 and I'm about to do the following:

    add to yum.conf:
    Code:
    [Art]
    name=Atomic Rocket Turtle - $releasever - Art RPMS
    baseurl=http://3es.atomicrocketturtle.com/atomic/art/3ES/
    baseurl=http://archive.atomicrocketturtle.com/atomic/art/3ES/
    baseurl=http://www.atomicrocketturtle.com/atomic/art/3ES/
    then (for mysql 4)
    Code:
    yum update mysql
    then add:
    Code:
    [unstable]
    name=Atomic Rocket Turtle - $releasever - Unstable RPMS
    baseurl=http://3es.atomicrocketturtle.com/atomic-unstable/art/3ES/
    then
    Code:
    yum update php

    Is this ok? and is it possible to roll back if it messes things up?
     
  7. atomicturtle

    atomicturtle Golden Pleskian

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    Yes you can roll back but depending on the package it can be a lot of work, -unstable also means unsupported by me (you're on your own!). I know there are issues with those rpms, so please be very careful in how you use them, they absolutely break things.
     
  8. DiLDoG

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    hmm, ok well I guess its safe to wait a lill longer :(

    mysql4 stable should give no problems?
     
  9. atomicturtle

    atomicturtle Golden Pleskian

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    Yeah mysql 4.0 works with PSA just fine
     
  10. lherbert

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    I'm looking to install PHP5 too.

    From my research, it should be possible to compile and install PHP5 to run alongside PHP4.

    I believe it goes along the lines of installing to a separate directory. Apache is configured to use PHP4 by default, but if it spots a .php5 extension, it'll use PHP5.

    I've not had a chance to do it yet but from what I can gather, other people have gone this route.
     
  11. atomicturtle

    atomicturtle Golden Pleskian

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    yeah perlboy was working on it, its a pretty big architecture leap since youve got to get things like the extentions directories, and ini files to stay separate between the two. He said he was having some success with it last time we chatted about it.
     
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