i know that you can install php4/php5 parralell on a server (linux), so i guess,
its possible under win as well.
Most Webhosters offer to choose php4 or php5 seperately for each subdomain.
But how to configure your webserver for php4/5, this topic should be discussed
in a php-forum, e.g. http://www.phpfreaks.com/forums/
(or something else).
Frederik Dohr schrieb:
I've just tried to install MediaWiki v1.9.1 on one of our servers (Apache on Windows
2000). However, turns out this server is running PHP4 only at the moment.
Thus I'll have to install PHP5 - but without endangering the PHP4-application already
running on that server.
Is there an easy way to make PHP5 be used only for the .../HTDOCS/WIKI/ folder? (Renaming
all wiki-related files to .PHP5 would probably cause a lot of trouble.)
I believe the following thread might be what I'm looking for:
Unfortunately, I don't fully understand those instructions - and I'd rather ask
before messing with a live system...
PHPINFO() tells me that the MySQL "Client API version" is 3.23.49 - I guess
that'll have to be upgraded as well!? But in contrast to PHP, MySQL is fully
compatible with earlier version so it shouldn't break anything - right?
Any help would be greatly appreciated!
PS: I hope this is a valid issue for this list. Unfortunately, I can't request help
from our IT department, as this wiki project not "officially recognized" yet -
and won't be until it's properly set up and ready to prove its worth (kind of a