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Old 11 Jun 2019, 10:15
AlBundy AlBundy is offline
 
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How do i set fixed (default) php Version

Hi,

my webserver used php 7. My vbulletin only 5.x.
I dont want upgrade now. I search a way, to set fixed php version. Now, vbulletin used php 7 and crashed.

is there any way to tell vbulletin it should use php Version 5.x?

Maybe in htaccess... config?

Thanks for your help!
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Old 11 Jun 2019, 11:28
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Which hosting are you using? Does it have cPanel?

Most of recent hosting services using cPanel have a section for you to change PHP version per site.

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Old 12 Jun 2019, 18:38
final kaoss final kaoss is offline
 
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Originally Posted by AlBundy View Post
Hi,

my webserver used php 7. My vbulletin only 5.x.
I dont want upgrade now. I search a way, to set fixed php version. Now, vbulletin used php 7 and crashed.

is there any way to tell vbulletin it should use php Version 5.x?

Maybe in htaccess... config?

Thanks for your help!
If you upgrade your vbulletin 4 to the latest patch it can run on php 7 and there's really no reason not to upgrade. Some of the mods you're using may not be updated to use php 7 but vbulletin definitely will run on it. I'm using php 7.1.30 right now on my forum.

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