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I'm newb in linux but I want to reinstall (old version not working now) php and apache in debian 5. I want PHP 5.3.

How to do this?


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Isn't this a question for However there are several ways to do that. The one I prefer is compile php from source. – black Aug 11 '11 at 16:05
What to do if I'm newb? Is there any commands to do this? – Mirgorod Aug 11 '11 at 16:06

Try using webmin, don't know if it can update apache, but you can use it to update lot of other stuff (It's a mangement system to the server)

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