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    How can I upgrade PHP version on local machine?


    Hi;

    How can I upgrade PHP version on local host?

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    Depends on the OS.
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    Originally Posted by gw1500se
    Depends on the OS.
    Mac Os 10.6.8
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    I would hope with it being local, that you set it up in the first place. Usually if u wanna upgrade, it's just a download, but depending on your install, location might be of concern. If Windows, you would pretty much just overwrite your current build. If *nix, then some you can download, some you can build, and some you can fetch and it will take care of eveerything for you. How did your current version come to be on your local machine?


    EDIT: Sry. Guess ur post beat mine.
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    You are probably going to have to wait for Apple to provide an update. If you do it yourself, they will not support it. Been there, done that.
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