This specific tutorial looks to be the most recent for CentOS 5.x. I glanced at another tutorial which shows you how to install through yum via the rpmforge repo, Too generic and unattended IMO. Check these out:
The first is more detailed, yet more likely to work. The yum-based install could flake out easily and since I've not relied on that method in the past, I'd just go ahead and compile it in. Make copies of any files you'll change/delete during the process - just to be safe.
Oh, and although this isn't relative to your specific configuration, this guy's tech blog has some pretty good information about PHP handlers and what to expect.
Thank you for reply and your valued time. i just actually made mistake because i installed this via yum and i have epel repository installed so basically epel installed the old version and most of articles areb ased on New version of suPHP. but there are few things that are not mentioned in the article and that i just done via few Test.
I just installed downloaded the suPHP from RPMFORGE repository and installed. after that just commented all things within php.conf under /etc/httpd/conf.d/ which is basically not mentioned in All articles on WEB.
After all this stuff work i just come here and checked your post i was Just like because which i try to do is already posted
Thanks for your time and solution. i just done the same which you mentioned in last post.
Oh, no trouble at all! Glad to hear that you're back on track.
One thing I didn't mention -- I don't believe suPHP is being maintained any longer (It came up in a PHP thread I can't find) so you may want to consider a few all-nighters to get aquainted with the alternatives and their appeals/drawbacks. The Boomshadow article is a good start.
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