Updating php linux
Elastic Beanstalk regularly releases updates for the Linux and Windows Server based platforms that run applications on an Elastic Beanstalk environment.
A platform consists of a software component (an AMI running a specific version of an OS, tools, and Elastic Beanstalk-specific scripts), and a configuration component (the default settings applied to environments created with the platform).
You can specify a version of PHP for your shell to use.
This way, all PHP commands will use that specific version. There are also other shells you can use at Dream Host.
This was an option since I have very few users on my virtual server, which is mainly a test/backup system, and backups of all teaching materials from my production site.
The question I have is: What happens in a couple years of smooth flying when I need to go through a similar process of getting out of my seat in the cockpit, walking out onto the wing, as it were, (brrr! It was when I saw loading certain modules in a previous tip not loading and giving me errors that I decided to bite the bullet and reinstall Ubuntu, upgrading to 16.04 LTS this time.
However when I type my/server/name/in a Web browser I get a report of 5.5.9 as the version in the blue GUI that pops up.(PHP 7.0.13 now running happily.) Would it please be possible to lead me to the easist route to getting me to where I'd like to go; namely, to get Moodle 3.2 up and running as quickly as possible?I find the upgrade instructions to be a bit hard to follow. Hi Gary, I recommend first seeing if you can get a new copy of 3.2 running on your server.To update your environment's platform has a major version of 2, a minor version of 1, and a patch version of 0.Major versions are only used for backwards incompatible changes.
But there are so many diverging paths in the forest I might get very lost.