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I have PHP 5.3.5 running on my dev server. I need to downgrade it to php PHP 5.3.2 to verify some issues. Is there a tutorial to do that .

dev server OS : Cent OS

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What version of CentOS are you running? Did you compile php 5.3.5 yourself or did you install a package? – Kenny Rasschaert Sep 13 '11 at 7:17
Please edit your post to append the release version (cat /etc/issue) and the repo list (yum repolist)? – quanta Sep 13 '11 at 7:19

The PHP module is only a simple shared lib. You can compile it on your own. Here is explained how to do it:

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You might want to use phpfarm to install the second php version on that machine.

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