How to Install Different PHP (5.6, 7.0 and 7.1) Versions in Ubuntu

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29 Responses

  1. Keitel Jovin says:

    Very nice article. I’m preparing 1 script deployment with bash to recreate my website any time as it starting to get more and more page views per day. And my current Laravel 5.0 does not support PHP 7 yet, and soon I have to update to Laravel 5.3 which supports PHP 7, so juggling with 2 PHP versions is a must, and you help me understand this better. Thanks.

  2. Jinformatique says:

    This example shows how to switch for the cli version. But can you provide an example about the browser

  3. John says:

    Really good but I’m still stuck with the same problem. I can install and all works fine but the CLI stays always on 5.5.7 and that creates me some problems as I need 7.1 for some CLI based solutions.

    After switching the php version and restarting apache I get the info that it won’t load the configuration file after running the “php -i | grep “Loaded Configuration File
    Loaded Configuration File => (none)

    Any hint about what can be creating this problem? Thanks!

  4. Eleazar says:

    Thank you great article, now i can work with 2 PHP versions.

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