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Install php 5.3 in Ubuntu 12.10

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i want to know what is the best way to install a specific version of php and have a full LAMP setup.

Ubuntu intallation of LAMP is very esay but by default I get php 5.4, and I need 5.3. If I can choose a specific version like 5.3.17 that would be even better.

posted May 18, 2013 by anonymous

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-Follow instructions in this article without the PHP step
(use apt-get as usual...)
-Now read this article - For specific version of PHP -
-Now proceed with the PHP step from Step (1)

answer May 18, 2013 by anonymous
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