dongpu2476
2019-08-13 12:20
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在我的mac上安装带有自制软件的php 71时出错

I have been developing with Vallet for some time now. Today i wanted to update laravel 5.4 to 5.5. Before doing so i run composer global update. Causing Vallet to stop working.

Fist i tried to do the following:

cd ~/.composer/

sudo chown -R $(whoami) vendor

source: https://laracasts.com/discuss/channels/general-discussion/getting-valet-not-found-error

I did not solve the issue. Then i decided to reinstall Vallet. Hereby i did the following:

I followed this: https://github.com/laravel/valet/issues/321

Stop and uninstall services

sudo brew services stop php71 dnsmasq nginx
brew uninstall php71 dnsmasq nginx

Remove related config files and valet home folder

sudo rm -r /usr/local/etc/php /usr/local/etc/nginx /usr/local/etc/dnsmasq.conf
sudo rm -r ~/.valet /var/root/.valet

Install services i tried this:

brew install php71
$ brew tap homebrew/php
$ brew install php71
brew install homebrew/php/php71 

All gave the following error:

MacBook-Pro:~ mblivier$ brew install homebrew/php/php71 
==> Installing php71 from homebrew/php Error: The following formula: php71 
cannot be installed as a binary package and must be built from source.

Install the Command Line Tools:xcode-select --install

I new in this and don't know how to solve this. Any suggestions how to install php and go further with reinstalling Vallet?

  • homebrew is installed and working
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  • duanshaiduhao2471 2019-08-13 12:49
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    You need xcode to build php, so first run:

    xcode-select --install
    

    to install xcode and later you can brew install php71

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  • douwaz34842 2019-08-14 11:21

    This is answer for your comment, I can't post as comment, need to post because is length limited.

    There is one of two things going on here, either you didn't install PHP, or PHP is installed and not currently in any of system aware paths. First I would try to find PHP and make sure it exists:

    $ find / -name php -type f
    

    You should see something like:

    /path/to/your/php/bin/php
    

    If PHP binary does exist, check your path:

    $ echo $PATH
    

    If it does not exist, recompile php.

    If PHP exists on your system, make sure the path to the /bin/php file is included. You can edit your ~/.bash_profile and add the custom path like this:

    PATH=$PATH:/path/to/your/php/bin/
    ....  
    export PATH
    

    Then save and reload the file to ensure your current session has access to new path changes:

    $ source ~/.bash_profile
    

    With any luck you can now do a php -v and see the version response.

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