2017-09-30 17:58 阅读 140


I am running Fedora 24 on my development workstation. Eclipse needs php executables that match those on the server (Centos).

I have installed the remi-release repository and followed the instructions at

# wget
# dnf install remi-release-24.rpm
# dnf install dnf-plugins-core
# dnf config-manager --set-enabled remi-php71
# dnf update

When I invoke php there is no php:

# php -v
bash: /usr/bin/php: No such file or directory

Where are the executables located? There does not seem to be any php installed.


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    duan198727 duan198727 2017-10-02 07:40

    Remi repository provides various PHP Versions for Fedora.

    • Versions older than default base version are only available as Software Collections (php70 way suggested by @Peter
    • Newer versions are provided both as base packages and SCL

    See the configuration wizard.

    But as you are running Fedora 24 which is now EOL, I heartly recommend you to upgrade to a supported version:

    • Fedora 25 provides PHP 7.0
    • Fedora 26 provides PHP 7.1
    • Fedora 27 will provide PHP 7.1
    • Fedora 28 will provide PHP 7.2

    If you are interested in running multiple versions, you can read My PHP Workstation

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  • dragon202076 dragon202076 2017-09-30 18:51

    The solution is in my comment. It was necessary to do this:

    # dnf config-manager --set-enabled remi
    # dnf install php70

    Then I put a symbolic link from /usr/bin/php to /usr/bin/php70

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