Removing all the junk: Requires 5. Your yum output says that php-intl requires a specific version of the php-common. I found more details here. Other Stack Exchange sites show similar questions. I can edit the php. Next, you need to install yum-utils, a collection of useful programs for managing yum repositories and packages. As a newbie myself, I would not attempt these without practicing in a dev environment.
I'm talking about the process of finding packages as well since its better to know how to find stuff than just install what you're told. I managed to install Zend Framework 1 with yum a while back by following a very specific tutorial. Now, I have ubuntu and centos boxen on hand, and through the magic of the package search command. I know virtually nothing about installing packages. So I did yum install php-intl and got the following error message: Error: Package: php-intl-5.
I think you have two options. Can anyone give me a hand? This is a production machine and I don't have another machine to test on. What do those two suggestions do and are they safe to try? Unless you know what you are doing, it is risky upgrading an existing system. Older versions of these distributions use yum rather than dnf. Everything seems to be working fine, and zip is now an option! Please bear with me; I'm a developer, not a server admin.
I can see that zip. Am I missing a step or doing something wrong? Yum is throwing an error because we are attempting to update multiple packages to versions that conflict. That returns the following sorry for this I'm not sure how to linebreak in a comment : Loaded Configuration File: none Scan for additional. What else can I try to get the intl extension installed? This extension is optional, so does not preclude you from using an alternate one. You will be given a chance to see what packages will be installed and removed before again being given a chance to confirm. . I've searched and found sites that talk about downloading from the terminal and compiling code, but it's all way over my head.
Read on below for more information about the available If you would like to upgrade php to this version it is recommended that you first check that your system will support the upgrade, e. Or should I indeed shudder attempt to do all of this manually? Teach an man to fish and all that. The packages you're interested in are php-pdo php-gd and php-mcrypt - the last is not in the default repository I checked on yum, then googled - Using the default package manager should result in easier to install and maintain packages, since your updates will happen with everything else. I ask the community: Have you ever gotten the extension to work on a cPanel server? It can be used for managing enabling or disabling yum repositories as well as packages without any manual configuration and so much more. It might help to know what distro you are running, and what version of php. Both has worked very well for us.
For the purpose of this guide, we will be operating the system as root, if that is not the case for you, make use of the to acquire root privileges. I thought this should be really simple, and I'm starting to feel pretty dumb, haha. Is there an easy way to do this? My company wants to explore using Magento. I ran: pear install zip-1. Furthermore, this organization that has given me this task doesn't have a real system administrator - so obviously it would just complicate things for them as well.
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