I have successfully created a droplet using Digitalocean’s phpMyAdmin one-click droplet.
But it installs php version 7.2
Also an old Certbot version which I had to upgrade to get it working.
Should I try individually upgradiing any of the php / apache / mysql / phpmyadmin by myself to start working up to date? Or should I just use it as it is, and in a few years create a fresh droplet when Digitalocean upgrades the one-click installation versions ?
By the way the whole reason I’m using one-click install is because I have never installed any of these packages individually before, even on my PC I just use XAMP stacks which gives me the entire environment.
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