Ubuntu 10.04, MySQL 5.1, Apache 2.2, and PHP 5.2/5.3:
I just discovered that I am using the wrong version of PHP for a CRM application. Once I figured out how to make a simple
phpinfo() script to tell me what Apache2 is using, I tried changing the
php.ini such that my webserver would use the PHP I want. Well, this is my problem. Not sure how to do that.
I compiled the version of PHP I want to
Inside this, there was a
php.ini-recommended file that I made some changes to and renamed to
php.ini so PHP would use it. But when I opened my browser and cleared my history and went to the
http://localhost<CRM dir>/install.php address, the wizard still says I'm not usign the correct version of PHP.
Based on this post what do I have to do to change the version of PHP that shows up after I run my
test.php script? In other words,
phpinfo() says I'm running PHP 5.3.2, but I want to change it to my compiled 5.2.8 version located in