Do you know why just this one site says
Outdated PHP version 5.3.29 detected
Akeeba Backup for WordPress requires PHP 5.4.0 or any later version to work.
We strongly urge you to update to PHP 5.5 or later. If unsure how to do this, please ask your host.
Version numbers don't make sense?
Your version of PHP, 5.3.29, has reached the end of its life. You are strongly urged to upgrade to a current version, as using older versions may expose you to security vulnerabilities and bugs that have been fixed in more recent versions of PHP."
and the other says
You are using an obsolete PHP version
Your site is running on PHP 5.3.29 which has stopped receiving security updates since Thursday, 14 August 2014. Using this on a live site is dangerous: unpatched security issues can get your site hacked. Moreover, we will only support obsolete versions of PHP for nine months since their end-of-life date. Therefore we will discontinue support for your PHP version on Thursday, 14 May 2015. We strongly advise you to ask your host to upgrade your site to PHP 5.5 or later."
I am a huge Akeeba advocate and ask your help. I could live with the obsolete version warning until I upgrade PHP, but the Outdated PHP message seems to prevent me from even using it at my own risk.
Is there a way I can at least get a backup until I upgrade PHP? Perhaps an older version?
Thank you Jim Kemble