Zend Framework 1.11.12 for PHP 5 on RHEL/CentOS 6.3/5.9 and Fedora 18-16

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Ravi Saive

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6 Responses

  1. Sagar says:

    Doing above steps have worked fine, but unfortunately they have changed my PHP version from 5.3 to 5.4 without any consent ! :(

    I wish to go with php 5.3 version !
    HOw can i DO the same ?

    SOme-one please reply .

    • Ravi Saive says:

      It’s due to latest Zend Framework depends on newest PHP version, that’s the reason it automatically upgraded your PHP version. Going with latest PHP doesn’t harm your any application.

  2. McQueen says:

    Hi, thanks for the tutorial ..
    I have a problem with the next step: # zf show version

    I do not see the version.

    ***************************** ZF ERROR ******************* *************
    In order to run the zf command, you need to Ensure That Zend Framework
    is inside your include_path. There are a variety of ways That you can
    Ensure That this zf command line tool knows where the Zend Framework
    library is on your system, but not all of them can be Described here.

    ….

    I use Centos 6.3. The installation has been completed successfully.

    Any ideas?

    Thanks for sharing.

  3. test says:

    Hello mates, pleasant piece of writing and fastidious arguments commented here, I am actually enjoying by these.

  4. Daniel says:

    Perfect instructions. I have never used the remi and epel packages. Can you explain what’s so unique about them that they helped with the installation.

    I tried the instructions on the zend site, but I must have missed a few packages as it couldn’t figure out where the zf.php file was it.

    I am still missing the phpunit package, but I think I can handle this on my own.

    Thanks for PERFECT instructions!

  5. Karl says:

    Thank-you for the wonderful instructions.

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