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    How to point to the correct version of php

    I just set up a SUSE linux server. I know that it comes with a pre installed php 4.2.2 (mod). Now, I installed the latest version of php 4.3.3 by compiling it with oracle support. How come when I do a phpinfo function it shows the details for the php 4.2.2? How do I uninstall the 4.2.2 and have apache point to 4.3.3?
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    when you built PHP did you create the dynamic server module ? --with-apxs=/path_to_apxs/ (or --with-apache= for static build)

    if so then the PHP module should have been overwritten with the newer version ?
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    I did a static build with apache
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