In my system, have CentOS 5 and PHP 5.1.6. I tried to update php into version up(5.3)
yum update php result: No Packages marked for Update
Anyone have any suggestions? Thanks!
in CentOS 5.6 (and others, presumably), you can:
if that gives you trouble, you may first have to
I tried the following Option to update PHP 5.3.4 successfully !!
For CentOS 5.4
webtatic RPM Install
For CentOS Version 4,
I upgraded PHP 5.3.4 in two different systems( CentOS 5.4 & 4.7 ) successfully.
By sheer coincidence I have just written this up for another question. I know this seems to be updating mysql, but it should force php to update and avoid a dependency issue. If php doesn't install by the time you have followed all the steps below, yum remove php and then run: yum --enablerepo=remi install php (and anything else you need)
Follow at your own risk etc:
NB: for 64-bit CentOS For 32-bit, leave off the .x86_64 suffixes
You might need to tack on any extras you need to the last yum command - eg: php-mysql php-devel php-pdo