Install Latest Apache 2.4, MySQL/MariaDB 5.5 and PHP 5.5/5.6 on RHEL/CentOS 7/6 & Fedora 23-18

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187 Responses

  1. Purab Kharat says:

    Nice helpful article Ravi. I used your tips for my VPS.

    Thanks

  2. Victor says:

    CentOS 6.7 x86_64 don’t update/install Apache 2.4, any solutions?

    • Ravi Saive says:

      @Victor,

      Have you enabled said Remi repository on the system, before trying to install/update Apache? Which version of Apache, you currently have on the system?

  3. Carlos Orlandi says:

    I had some issues when i tried to install Apache, Mysql and PHP using this method but now i guess it’s working.

    I would like to know how i could test my webserver ? I’m not using any GUI at my Red Hat Server. I saw you posting to test using 127.0.0.1 . But how could i do that in my pc? I tried to use the server ip address and i don’t have any success. :(

    Could you help me?

  4. Claudia says:

    hi, when I try to create a phpinfo.php and view it from the browser level, i wasn’t able to see the same page as you.
    Instead I am seeing things like

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