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Newbie to Mac, sorry for the rudimentary question.

I installed PHP 5.2 but it doesn't play nice with Zend. I need to remove 5.2 and install 5.1.6. Does anyone know how I can do this?


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Just drag the PHP 5.2 folder to the trash and empty it.
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Thanks. I was thinking of doing that but can't find the location of the folder. How do I find it?
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Thanks. I was thinking of doing that but can't find the location of the folder. How do I find it?
How/where did you install it? Did you install it through terminal? Chances are, if you did, you're not going to find it without accessing the terminal. I would recommend opening up terminal, and using the find command.

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PHP is usually stored in:


You will need to use the terminal to access this directory as it is hidden in the Finder.

Or, use a utility to show hidden icon, such as Mac Pilot or Cocktail.

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