make install in previous port version
i've recently updated apache20 to the latest version via the ports (and many others).
- My php installation is 5.2.12 and i dont want to upgrade it to 5.3.3
- Php modules like mod_ssl doesnt work after the update and i think i should recompile
php and extensions.
Right now i have php5* in HOLD_PKGS in pkgtools.conf
In /usr/ports/lang/php5 the make file has the : PORTVERSION=5.3.3
Is there a way to make deinstall reinstall the 5.2.12 version of php?
Is it safe to run : portupgrade -a -x php5* in order to recompile my software?
Thanks in advance,
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I'm assuming you have not installed any php 5.3 ports...
PHP 5.2.x was moved to /usr/ports/lang/php52.
You can de/reinstall the port from there.
Then you can upgrade your php extensions ports using: portupgrade "php52*"
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