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    Hi Nuxwin ,


    I successfully built 7.2, 7.3 and 7.4 in a testing environment. My system default is 7.1 at the moment. Other php versions are not of any interest to me.

    When building the 7.x versions, I did not run into any of the problems reported by other users, however I have a bunch of tools (like SNMP) installed on all my systems anyway.


    Best regards, Sven.

    Hey Nuxwin ,


    I'd really prefer to wait for an official upgrade path. I read your recent posts on Twitter regarding PHP7.x tests are now passing. Really appreciate your hard work on this.


    Could you give a rough schedule for the release maybe? I'm currently facing resellers who will leave if they woun't get access to PHP 7.3 soon.

    I know, it's hard to tell, but should I expect it more like two weeks or two months until the next release? :)


    Best regards,

    Sven.

    I'm already too new. Should I just downgrade?


    Downgrading would result in removal of a whole bunch of packages:

    Hi,


    I also started to implement the mentioned solution to be able to install php7.3 - hopefully in a non-intrusive way to allow future i-MSCP and PhpSwitcher upgrades without problems.


    Currently I'm stuck with this error:

    Quote

    The following packages have unmet dependencies:

    libssl-dev : Depends: libssl1.1 (= 1.1.0k-1~deb9u1) but 1.1.1c-1+0~20190710.13+debian9~1.gbp359e02 is to be installed

    [ERROR] main: An unexpected error occurred: An error occurred while installing build dependencies: E: Unable to correct problems, you have held broken packages.


    I'm already running 1.1.1c-1, which was pulled in from packages.sury.org

    Did I already do a mistake previously? Do I need to pin 1.1.0k-1? Will this result in any other issues?


    Thanks for any advice.


    Sven.