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Easiest way to upgrade php to latest version? [duplicate]

I'm seeing info on how to upgrade from a specific version to another, and that is what I want to do (currently 3.3.6), but is there a simple command to do this? I'm a complete ubuntu/linux noob so I ...
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Update to PHP 5.4.7 [duplicate]

I am currently running PHP 5.4.6-1ubuntu1.1 (cli) (built: Nov 15 2012 01:18:34) on xubuntu . I would like to update to latest version or >= 5.4.7. Is there another way to do instead of making it from ...
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PHP5 Ubuntu not updated? [duplicate]

I just installed php5 on my newly setup Ubuntu Server 12.04. However, I noticed why does the PHP version is kind of too low? As compared to the official PHP.net website, the recent version is at PHP ...
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How to install the latest versions of LAMP componanents [duplicate]

I want to develop web applications with PHP, for that reason I need to install a LAMP system, I heard that it's good idea to use latest versions of PHP, MySQL and Apache ... so if it's possible please ...
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How to upgrade PHP within Lamp stack? [duplicate]

I'm running PHP 12.04 with the tasksel LAMP stack. LAMP comes with PHP 5.3 but PHP is now up to 5.5. Can I upgrade PHP in a way that will not conflict with my current installation of LAMP? Or, ...
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Pointing to the latest php version on ubuntu terminal [duplicate]

I am new to ubuntu. Just installed lampserver using: sudo tasksel install lamp-server Problem is that the output of $ php -v is still 5.3, expecting to see 5.5 and when i run $sudo apt-get ...
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Managing PHP Versions on an LTS [duplicate]

First of all, I wish to stay on Ubuntu 12.04 LTS. I know that upgrading my version is a possibility but I don't want to do that. I know the dogma is to stick with your repos for your distribution, ...
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What are PPAs and how do I use them?

I keep reading about Personal Package Archives ('PPAs') and people answer questions with a link to a PPA. What's the best way to use these? There are multiple valid answers for this question ...
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Are PPA's safe to add to my system and what are some “red flags” to watch out for?

I see a lot of interesting programs out there that can only be obtained by adding a "PPA" to the system but, if I'm understanding correctly, we should stay within the official "repositories" for ...
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How do I install PHP-FPM 5.4 on 12.04?

I would like to install PHP 5.4 with FPM on a 12.04 virtual machine. The popular PPA solution for installing PHP 5.4 doesn't seem to include the php5-fpm package. What's the best way to install this ...
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Is there any repository for installing PHP 5.2.x on Ubuntu 12.04?

I would like to know if there is any repository I can add to install php5.2.9+ on Ubuntu Server 12.04.
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PHP upgrades from 5.3.2 to 5.3.6

I am using Ubuntu 10.04. And I want to upgraded my php version. When i am upgrading my PHP version(5.3.2 to 5.3.6) but After every updation Its show PHP version 5.3.2.. Edit:: I have checked "Ubuntu ...
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Problems with installation from ppa:ondrej

The server is running Lucid and I am trying to upgrade the PHP to 5.5 stable. I followed the intructions on this question: How do I install latest PHP in supported Ubuntu versions (like 5.4.x in ...
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/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libz.so.1: could not read symbols: Invalid operation

I installed Ubuntu Desktop 13.10 64-bit in VMware. I am trying to compile PHP 5.4.14 on the machine. Here's the bit where make stops due to an error: /usr/bin/ld: ext/mysqlnd/.libs/mysqlnd_net.o: ...

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