When you see the word 'deprecated', it means that the function will not be available in the next release. So, the reason it completely fails in PHP5.4 is because the function does not exit in that version.
It's kind of complicated issue, but I researched the issue with a T2s tech and he says it's possible to control the different versions of PHP using the php.ini file and .htaccess file. The .htaccess controls the version you're using. So, if you place the version of the PHP 5.2 settings for .htaccess file and PHP.INI in the WIKI folder, then keep the newer version of PHP in the public_html, then you should be able to make this work.
Make sure that you make the PHP.INI file recursive to the files in the WIKI folder. You can do that with this line in the top of the .htaccess file:
With your path, it should be suPHP_ConfigPath /home/zevoge5/wiki/
To summarize, what you will do is first load the 5.2, then copy the .htaccess file and php.ini file into the WIKI folder. Make the above change to your .htaccess file.
Then upgrade and make sure that the files are correct for 5.3 (or 5.4) in public_html. This means that you in essence will be using php 5.2 in side the WIKI site and 5.3/5.4 in the public_html folder. Don't make the PHP.INI recursive in your main site (the builder site).
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