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How can i update php
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How can i update php
Hello how can i go about updating Php and Apache i've been trying but to no avail did get apache 2_4 running
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RE: How can i update php
Sentora uses System Apache and PHP (different for CentOS and Ubuntu).

If you use Centos please check this guide: http://forums.sentora.org/showthread.php?tid=780
I you use other system OS, like Ubuntu, you can use almost the same directions but you need to take in consideration the differences between those systems.

Keep in mind that this is NOT SUPPORTED at the moment, so only do that if you really know what you are doing and ALWAYS backup and test on a test server, never on a production server.
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RE: How can i update php
OS used here? Linux or Windows?

Notice sentora on windows currently not officially supported.

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RE: How can i update php
Apache Version Apache/2.4.16 (Win32) OpenSSL/1.0.2d PHP/5.6.14

this a windows server my panel just a white screen and my vb has db error Fatal error: Call to undefined function mysql_connect() in C:\Sentora\www\admin\public_html\jxxxxxxxxx\includes\class_core.php on line 311
you can see php info here http://jenco.me/phpinfo.php

well got panel going no perl yet or sushin


Server OS:

Windows

Apache version:

2.4.16

PHP version:

5.6.14

PERL version:

Perl not available

MySQL version:

5.5.41

Sentora version:

1.0.0

Server Uptime:

1 day, 20 hours, 36 minutes

Server Date:

Monday October 12th, 2015

this is a heck of alot of work but i can now run two versions one with all orig the other this one a work in progress
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RE: How can i update php
This no correct build Sentora for Windows
Me created build
As a basic platform for the server, the following components:
Apache v2.2.29
PHP v5.4.36
MySQL v5.5.41
Perl v5.16.3
ImageMagick v6.8.9
FileZilla v0.9.43
hMailServer v5.4.2-B1964
nnCronLie v1.17
BIND v9.9.6
Sendmail for Win v1.0
Webalizer v2.23-04 + GeoIP
nnBackup v3.01

Sorry, I do not provide help, for the not correct self-made assemblies
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RE: How can i update php
(10-13-2015, 11:15 AM)MarkDark Wrote: This no correct build Sentora for Windows
Me created build
As a basic platform for the server, the following components:
Apache v2.2.29
PHP v5.4.36
MySQL v5.5.41
Perl v5.16.3
ImageMagick v6.8.9
FileZilla v0.9.43
hMailServer v5.4.2-B1964
nnCronLie v1.17
BIND v9.9.6
Sendmail for Win v1.0
Webalizer v2.23-04 + GeoIP
nnBackup v3.01

Sorry, I do not provide help, for the not correct self-made assemblies

Well Thanks i got it all going working great

Server Information

Server OS:
[Image: Windows.png] Windows
Apache version:
2.4.16
PHP version:
5.6.14
PERL version:
5.16.3
MySQL version:
5.5.41
Sentora version:
1.0.0
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