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  • Ubuntu VPS

    "I'm pleased that we have been able to enhance our portfolio of Linux VPS Hosting solutions," exclaimed Jeremy Adams, Product Manager at SoftCom Inc. "Our launch of CentOS 6 and Debian 6 gives our customers access to the latest and greatest Linux-based hosting solutions on the market. And we're expecting that our new Ubuntu VPS solution will result in some good traction, based on Ubuntu's popularity as a desktop Operating System."

    For more information on myhosting.com Linux VPS solutions, please visit Custom VPS Hosting Plans | myhosting.com
    myhosting.com Updates Debian and CentOS Linux VPS Offering, Launches Ubuntu VPS

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    CentOS

    What version of PHP can I get with CentOS 6? Right now I have CentOS 5.5, and I'm limited to PHP 5.2.17.

    Thanks,
    Shane.

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    • #3
      CentOS 6 supplies PHP 5.3.2 along with MySQL 5.1.52 and Apache 2.2.15.
      https://www.centos.org/modules/newbb...topic_id=32644
      Please contact customer support for confirmation

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      • #4
        There are ways to switch your PHP version on CentOS 5. Plesk for example can be used to switch your version to PHP 5.3 through a component update. cPanel/WHM handles this for you entirely I think as well. If you're not using a panel, you should be able to uninstall your existing php packages and replace them with php53 versions. Backups are always vital when making major changes like this so take one! Here's details on a manual php53 upgrade Upgrade PHP 5.1/5.2 to 5.3 on CentOS :: Chris Jean

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