Bug#417806: [php-maint] Bug#417806: closed by Ondřej Surý <firstname.lastname@example.org> (Re: Bug#417806: php5-curl fails to install)
seanius at debian.org
Wed Apr 4 20:07:52 UTC 2007
On Wed, 2007-04-04 at 14:18 -0300, Miles Thompson wrote:
> I apologize, you are right, there are dotdeb packages. (How did you know?)
take a look at the package versions.
> dpkg -l | grep php returned this:
> rc libapache2-mod-php5 5.2.1-0.dotdeb.1 server-side, HTML-embedded scripting languag
> ii php-pear 5.1.6-1ubuntu2.3 PEAR - PHP Extension and Application Reposit
> ii php5-cli 5.2.1-0.dotdeb.1 command-line interpreter for the php5 script
> ii php5-common 5.2.1-0.dotdeb.1 Common files for packages built from the php
> ii php5-mysql 5.2.1-0.dotdeb.1 MySQL module for php5
> rc php5-mysqli 5.1.6-1ubuntu2 MySQL Improved module for php5
> So I have a mess. The solution is to remove and purge these, then apt-get from unstable?
you realize that's an ubuntu system? ubuntu and debian are not, i can
not stress this enough, not, binary-compatible systems. mixing and
matching packages like this leads quickly to the road of fubar'd
systems. you should grab the latest php5 packages from edgy or fiesty
if you want to get newer php5 packages (i'm assuming there are newer
packages available there).
if you really want the debian unstable php5 packages though, this is the
method i would recommend:
put a deb-src line pointing at unstable in your sources.list
apt-get build-dep php5
apt-get source -b php5
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