On Tue, 10 Feb 2004 13:15:59 -0300 Arlequín <email@example.com> wrote: > Timo Railo wrote: > > > > > In terms of PHP, 4.1.2 really is a quite old version. You could try > > php from unstable tree (edit /etc/apt/sources.list, adding unstable > > there) then do apt-get install php. Just remember to change back > > your > > sources.list. <snip> > I wonder if that way I broke the deps tree... because at this moment, > I have php4 installed in my Woody box and a couple of packages > involving php4 (posgresql, mysql modules, et cetera). > > Woody was installed using 7 CD-ROMS, I have no http lines in my atp > sources.list, just the one for security updates... :-\ Probably not. PHP version 4.1.2-6woody3 is the latest release in Debian Woody. It's the age old debate about whether Debian Stable is current enough. HTH, Jacob ----- GnuPG Key: 1024D/16377135 Have you ever noticed that at trade shows Microsoft is always the one giving away stress balls?
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