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hi everyone, i need some help

 

to be more exact i need php 4.2.2 for testing purposes

[because a very nice university haven't got the time to update it and i must use this version or less]

 

so i am thinking about 2 sollutions

 

1- where can i download an old version of uniserver 2a1 or 2a2?

will it run on vista?

 

2- can i modify any current version of uniserver to downgrade php to 4.2.2

[i have managed to get the binaries for this php version from their website]

 

 

thank you in advance for your help

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i would say: download an old php version from php.net and replace the php stuff in uniform's php dir.

wiki 4.0-Mona:_Introduction#V4.0-Mona_Structure_Overview -> marked as G (PHP folder)

 

so u can use the new uniserver with an old php version. be aware that admin panel might not really work.

 

you could also add another php dir in the uniserver folder structure and in the apache config you could specify what specific php to use. for that second php you should add php as cgi (the old way) into apache.

 

you could then specify to use that old php for php files for a <directory> or a <virtualhost> or just plain by using a specific file extention like .php4

 

google for parallel php installations or check out the possiblities of setting up apache with php (at php.net).

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i would say: download an old php version from php.net and replace the php stuff in uniform's php dir.

wiki 4.0-Mona:_Introduction#V4.0-Mona_Structure_Overview -> marked as G (PHP folder)

 

so u can use the new uniserver with an old php version. be aware that admin panel might not really work.

 

you could also add another php dir in the uniserver folder structure and in the apache config you could specify what specific php to use. for that second php you should add php as cgi (the old way) into apache.

 

you could then specify to use that old php for php files for a <directory> or a <virtualhost> or just plain by using a specific file extention like .php4

 

google for parallel php installations or check out the possiblities of setting up apache with php (at php.net).

 

 

thank you very much

i don't know why i did not thought about it

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