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My provider made a small upgrade on the server and now
phpinfo(); gives me this:
PHP Version 5.3.3-7+squeeze18
What does the
+squeeze18 mean? I google it, but all I got is that it has something to do with mysql.
It means it’s been packaged by a Debian maintainer for inclusion in the Squeeze (6.0) release.